News from ISA

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ISA Nominating Committee Report 2016

After careful deliberation, the International Studies Association Nominating Committee (David Capie, Nanette Levinson, Scott Gartner, Mark Crescenzi, Norrin Ripsman, Sabine Carey, Tricia Lynne Sullivan, Birol Yesilada) agreed on a single slate of candidates for ISA Officers: Brett Ashley Leeds for president; Rorden Wilkinson (U. of Sussex, UK), Jennifer Sterling-Folker, and Audie Klotz for vice presidents.  We also selected nominees for at-large representatives to the governing council from outside the recognized ISA regions.  Our charge is to forward five candidates for three positions.  We recommend the following candidates: Belgin San-Akca (Koc University, Turkey), Thomas Bernauer (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), David Hornsby, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa), Gunther Hellmann (Goethe University, Germany), and Omar McDoom (LSE, UK).  

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Fellowships - CASBS/Stanford University

The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University is now accepting applications for residential fellowships for the 2016-17 academic year.

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Call for Papers – Special Issue of Contexto Internacional: Journal of Global Connections “Connecting foreign policy and social demands in Latin America”

Contexto Internacional: journal of global connections will publish in 2016 a special issue on the phenomenon of ‘foreign policy politicization’ in Latin America. The guest editors (Dawisson Lopes, UFMG/Brazil and Carlos Faria, PUCMG/Brazil) are looking for manuscripts – be it case studies, comparative or conceptual-theoretical research articles – that examine the transformations/changes in the processes and institutional frameworks of foreign policy making settings recently observed in the region in order to meet the political demands of their countries’ populations.

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Opportunity: The World's Leading Meeting for Young and Future Diplomats

The Global Diplomatic Forum is organising the Fifth Edition of Young Diplomats Forum in London between the 7th and the 11th  of September. The Young Diplomats Forum is a global gathering of diplomats and aspiring diplomats below the age of 35. Previous editions took place in Turkey, Mexico, Greece and the United Kingdom and past participants came from more than 150 countries.

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Amendment for New Section Petition Requirement Passes (Article IV, section B)

As per this summer's election, the proposed amendment to the ISA Constitution (that would alter the requirement on the number of signatures needed to establish a new Section - from 100 to 3.5% of the membership) was passed by a margin of more than 46%.

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ISA-West Pasadena 2015 - Travel Funding Available

ISA-West would like to announce the availability of small travel grants  to facilitate attendance at the annual conference (in Pasadena, CA September 25-26) for graduate students and junior faculty. The deadline to apply is July 31st. See the Travel page for more information. 

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