Partner with us!

The ISA Annual Convention draws scholars and practitioners in wide fields related to international studies from all across the globe. ISA welcomes advertisers, exhibitors and sponsors from universities, non-profit organizations, publishers and other businesses with products and services of interest to our 6,500+ attendees.

Contact us!

Are you looking for something beyond our listed opportunities? Our Exhibits and Sponsorship Manager, Tara Guilleaume, can answer any questions you might have and is happy to work with you to tailor a partnership opportunity that meets your company’s needs!

Email Tara Today!



Partner with Us


Sponsor contributions are recognized widely throughout the Annual Convention. ISA offers a variety of benefits that provide greater visibility, recognition, and opportunities to connect with our attendees while supporting ISA and its members.



Time to Show Off


The Exhibit Hall is a highlight event at our Annual Convention for our more than 6,500 attendees. Reserve your space in our Exhibit Hall and connect with authors, scholars, researchers, educators and students.



Get Connected Today


ISA offers a wide variety of advertising opportunities to help you connect with our 6,500+ attendees. Choose from print, digital, and on-site advertising. Combine your advertisement with a sponsorship for even greater visibility throughout the convention.

The global pandemic has changed many things about our personal and professional lives. At ISA, we have been working diligently since the cancellation of #ISA2020 in Honolulu to understand how these changes impact what we do professionally and in service to our members. ISA Headquarters’ staff have been researching the feasibility of a wide array of options for #ISA2021, ranging from an in-person to hybrid to an entirely virtual event.

While we all hoped to be able to meet in person, the health and safety of the ISA community is our top priority. We have determined that the ISA 2021 Convention will move to an entirely virtual platform. Given the ambiguity of global vaccination distribution, on-going travel restrictions, budget cuts and the potential on-site spacing constraints for in-person events, we saw little room for a different choice.