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Andrea K. Gerlak posted in Annual Convention on April 15, 2014

ISA has long had an interest in offering specialty courses for faculty and graduate students to stay current with latest trends in methodologies, teaching practices, and more. Now, we are excited to report that ISA's Governing Council just approved a new category of specialty courses called "Career Courses" to be held at ISA's annual conference...

Mike Ryckman posted in Annual Convention on April 02, 2014

Just back from a full week in Toronto for the ISA. While I thanked a number of people at both the Governing Council and the Business Meeting—I know I’ll have left some people out, and that many (most!) of you wouldn’t have been in attendance...

Joel Davis posted in Annual Convention on March 14, 2014
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.
Joel Davis posted in Annual Convention on February 12, 2014
Thanks to the support of the ISA Governing Council and with great help from ISA HQ, our upcoming Annual Convention in Toronto will, once again, include film screenings as well as video works by IR scholars.
ISA Headquarters posted in Annual Convention on February 06, 2014
We have now activated the online paper archive for ISA 2014. So, you are able to upload a PDF copy of your paper(s). ISA policy requires a paper to be uploaded no later than five business days before the conference, but, we ask that you try to have a PDF uploaded no later March 14th (March 1st for JSS papers) to give your discussant time to read your work. Note that ISA only accepts PDF files less than 10mb in size.
Liz Fausett-Fuhrman posted in Annual Convention on October 30, 2013
We're announcing a pre-convention professional development workshop designed to mentor female graduate students and junior faculty. This is a limited-attendance Special Event, by application only and will take place the day before ISA 2014 Toronto begins. See this and other Professional Development activities taking place in Toronto on the Toronto Program and Events page. Apply by November 15th!
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