Policy and Procedures

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Panels may be organized according to a variety of formats, ranging, for example, from the traditional oral presentation of research papers to poster p...

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Annual Convention proposals must be submitted via the ISA website by June 1st. Scholars who submit proposals for panels or roundtables must not place ...

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The official positions of the International Studies Association are publicly represented by the President of the Association, its Executive Director, ...

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The editorial teams of the International Studies Association journals have the responsibility for all aspects of the review process for manuscripts su...

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Regions, Caucuses and Sections are considered to be sub-units of the Association. Therefore all financial flows of sections and regions are handled by...

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Groups of members organized to promote purposes identified in the Constitution Article II, Section 1, may be recognized as component units of the Asso...

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Groups of members organized to promote purposes identified in the Constitution Article II, Section 1, may be recognized as component units of the Asso...

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Participants are allowed to submit no more than two papers, with a total of four maximum participations, including acting as discussant and chair at t...

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Timing: ISA produces an annual convention typically between February and April of each year. Location: The Governing Council has delegated to the E...

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