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Call for Submissions: Gerner Grant for Professional Development

The Women's Caucus for International Studies (WCIS) invites nominations for the Deborah "Misty" Gerner Grant for Professional Development, sponsored by Lynne Rienner Publishers. Deborah Gerner (1956-2006) was a much-loved and inspirational scholar who worked extensively on contributing to conflict resolution and peace in the Middle East. She was also a great advocate for women scholars in the international relations discipline. Funds from this grant may be used to support any legitimate professional development identified by the candidate. Some examples of possible uses include the following: (a) Travel to a professional meeting, (b) travel to conduct interviews, work with a colleague on a collaborative project, or field research, (c) purchase of databases, software, books, or other materials needed for research, or (d) participation in an appropriate pedagogy workshop or institute. Please note that these are just examples, and other documented professional development needs will be considered. 



Call for Nominations: Susan Northcutt Award

The Women's Caucus for International Studies (WCIS) invites nominations for the Susan (Stoudinger) Northcutt Award. The award recognizes a person who actively works towards recruiting and advancing women and other minorities in the profession, and whose spirit is inclusive, generous and conscientious. While also, acknowledging someone who has made significant contributions through service and competence to the field of international studies and to the International Studies Association. 



IETHICS Francis Harbour grad student paper award - deadline extended

We are soliciting nominations for the annual Frances V. Harbour Award for the best paper presented by a graduate student at the 2017 Baltimore ISA conference in a panel sponsored by the International Ethics section.



Call for Nominations: Karl Deutsch Award 2018

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



Summary of ISA 2018 San Francisco Submissions

ISA Headquarters is excited by the strong response from both members and non-members to the ISA 2018 Call for Proposals - we have received a record-high number of submissions!



ISA 2018: Common Submission Issues

Due to the overwhelming response to this year's Call for Papers, the deadline for ISA 2018 Annual Convention proposals has been extended to Saturday, June 3rd at midnight, EDT.

We've included some additional information below about common problems submitters are encountering. Please also feel free to contact us at if you have any questions or concerns. ISA staff are working ensure access and to respond to all requests. Thank you very much for your patience as we work through issues within our system.


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