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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.

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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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In Memoriam - Chadwick Alger

In Memoriam - Chadwick Alger
ISA mourns the passing of long-time member and former president Chadwick Alger, a distinguished scholar and pioneer in the field of peace studies. His many contributions are noted in an obituary provided by his sister. We thank her for sharing her memories and we invite our members to share their memories as well.

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Coat Check Service at the Sheraton

We have worked with our host hotel to offer a new convention service that we hope you will find useful. The Sheraton will offer coat check service for $3 for our participants.

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WCIS Breakfast Meeting Reminder

The WCIS wants to remind you that its business meeting will be held 6.45 - 8.00 AM on Friday, March 28 in Birchwood Ballroom, Sheraton Centre Toronto. We encourage your participation in the Caucus, and look forward to hearing your ideas and suggestions for reinvigorating the Women’s Caucus. 

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FTGS Election Results

The virtual ballot box for our 2014 elections is closed and we are delighted to announce our incoming officers. We congratulate them all and look forward to working with them. Thank you to the FTGS Nominations Committee (Annica Kronsell, Laura Parisi, Sonalini Sapra and Chair Soumita Basu) for your efforts.

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