November 5th - 7th
More information will be posted as it becomes available.
The virtual format of this year’s conference enables us to record the live presentations and discussions of the roundtables and paper panels. As a default, all events will be recorded unless a member of the panel or roundtable objects, and you will see a notification of this when you first enter your Zoom room. These recordings can then be shared on the ISA website and/or the ISA YouTube channel to reach a broad audience. To ensure that the recording of conference items occurs with your full awareness and consent, please contact the Program Chair, John G. Oates firstname.lastname@example.org, and advise him of any concerns you might have about recording your event no later than November 4.
After the events have been recorded, we will contact each panel or roundtable a second time before making the recording available for viewing to a broader audience. At that time, you will have another opportunity to indicate whether you object to making the recording available for viewing, and recordings will only be made available to a broader audience if no member of the panel or roundtable objects.
Pre-registration Deadline: September 28, 2020
We are delighted to inform you that the preliminary program for the ISA Northeast Annual Conference 2020, to be held on November 5-7, 2020 has been announced. If you have been placed on the program, please be sure to register by September 28, to retain your place on the final program. We look forward to seeing you in November!
We are writing with a reminder about today's deadline for applications to the Pedagogy Workshop for junior faculty and the Interpretive and Relational Research Methodology Workshop for graduate students to be held on November 14, 2020, as part of this year’s ISA-Northeast virtual conference.
All applications must be received by the end of the day today, August 10th.
This is a reminder that the ISA-Northeast invites proposals for papers, panels, and roundtables on any topic substantively connected to world politics. This year's virtual conference is on November 5-7, 2020. The deadline for paper and panel submissions for the ISA-Northeast Annual conference is Friday, July 17th.
The ISA-NE invites roundtable, panel and paper proposals for this event on any topic substantively connected to world politics. Topics might draw upon and discuss international relations theory, international law and organizations, foreign policy, human rights, conflict resolution, military and strategic studies, environmental studies, feminist and queer theory, international political economy, international and global history, science and technology studies, aesthetic theory, the philosophy of social science, colonial and postcolonial theories, international political sociology, critical race theory, and others. ISA-NE explicitly embraces and encourages research from a full range of approaches to international studies include those using critical, normative, post-structural and post-humanist lenses.
John G. Oates
Florida International University
In lieu of travel grants, we are pleased to be able to offer small grants to offset technology, child care, and other documented expenses associated with participation in a synchronous virtual conference event. Scholars whose papers are accepted for presentation are eligible to apply; recipients must be ISA members at the time of the conference to receive funds. Requests should be made to the ISA-NE President, Andrew Ross (email@example.com), no later than 28 September 2020. Priority will be given to graduate students, junior scholars, and scholars without institutional support.