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Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies

The International Studies Association (ISA) and Oxford University Press (OUP) are pleased to announce the forthcoming Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies ( 



ISA-Midwest St. Louis 2017 - Proposal Deadline Extended

The 2017 ISA-Midwest conference conference is November 17-19, 2017 at the Hilton Ballpark in St Louis, MO. The proposal deadline has been extended until Friday July 14th due to requests from scholars traveling abroad in early July.



Call for Nominations: Karl Deutsch Award 2018

The Karl Deutsch award committee seeks nominations for the Karl Deutsch Award due by Tuesday, August 1st



International Conference at The University of Hong Kong

The recent Hong Kong conference was a great success, providing excellent forums for scholarly exchange, networking and cultural experiences.  Fro...



Pedagogy Workshop - ISA-Northeast 2017

While the deadline for papers and panels for the ISA Northeast regional conference is past, the deadline for applications to the ISA Northeast Pedagogy Workshop is Saturday, July 1. The workshop is intended for scholars on the job market or preparing for pre-tenure/tenure reviews. Participants work in small groups and individually with experienced mentors to engage collaborative learning techniques, workshop syllabi and polish statements of teaching philosophy. Applicants should send a CV, a syllabus (preferably for a course to be offered in spring 2018) and a statement of teaching philosophy to Participation in the workshop is compatible with additional conference activities, and the program chairs will schedule participants’ successful paper or panel proposals for other conference slots.



UNAI-ISA Forum on Human Security and the United Nations

On Monday, July 10, the International Studies Association and United Nations Academic Impact will sponsor a UNAI-ISA Forum on human security and the United Nations. It will take place at 11am – 1pm at the United Nations BuildingThis event will be an open, Chatham House Rules-style discussion between ISA members and UN personnel on issues ranging from food security to civilian protection. The panelists are listed below. Audience participation and discussion is welcome, in an informal setting.


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