News from ISA


Call for Papers: ISA New Orleans 2015

The International Studies Association is pleased to announce our 2015 Annual Convention, February 18th-21st in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Proposal submissions open immediately and the proposal submission deadline is June 1st, 2014. For additional information, please visit the ISA New Orleans 2015.



New "Career Courses" for ISA 2015

ISA has long had an interest in offering specialty courses for faculty and graduate students to stay current with latest trends in methodologies, teaching practices, and more. Now, we are excited to report that ISA's Governing Council just approved a new category of specialty courses called "Career Courses" to be held at ISA's annual conference...



PDG Warsaw 2014 Joint Eurasia Conference Registration

Registration is now open for the PDG-Collegium Civitas 2014 conference in Warsaw, Poland!  We ask that you confirm your participation at the conference by registering for the conference as soon as possible (and before May 15th). We look forward to seeing you in Warsaw!



ISA 2014: Thank You from President Harvey Starr

Just back from a full week in Toronto for the ISA. While I thanked a number of people at both the Governing Council and the Business Meeting—I know I’ll have left some people out, and that many (most!) of you wouldn’t have been in attendance...



SWIPE Committee Announces Recipient of 2014 Mentor Award

The Society of Women in International Political Economy (SWIPE) committee is delighted to announce the 2014 recipient of the Mentor Award, Professor Rorden Wilkinson.



HIST Announces Award Winner

The Francesco Guiccardini Prize for the Best Book in Historical International Relations is awarded to Julian Go, Patterns of Empire: The British and American Empires, 1688 to the Present, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. The selection committee for the 2013 Prize, consisting of George Lawson (chair), Benjamin de Carvalho and Andrea Paras, received 13 eligible nominations and we thank them for their work.


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