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ISA South Charlotte 2013

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We are delighted to announce that we've released our 2013 Program! Take a look at our exciting events and panels. We hope you'll join us in Charlotte for what promises to be a great conference. Also, don't forget to register by September 20th to confirm your placement on the program.

We were impressed by the high quality of the proposals received this year. In addition to panels and roundtables, the conference will feature a professional development workshop on Friday, October 18th (including lunch), an evening reception Friday night, and the traditional ISA South luncheon and keynote address on Saturday.  Participant acceptance letters have gone out and the preliminary program will be posted on the conference website by the end of next week. We look forward to seeing you in Charlotte!

The deadline for submissions for the ISA-South conference at Queens University of Charlotte, October 18th and 19th, is extended until August 16, 2013. We are accepting paper, panel and roundtable proposals. This year's conference theme is Public Private Partnerships: Responding to Global Challenges.

We looking forward to welcoming you to Charlotte, NC!


ISA South submissions are open for the 2013 conference in Charlotte. We're now accepting paper and panel proposals. This year's conference theme is Public Private Partnerships: Responding to Global Challenges - check out the Call. We hope to see you there!


ISA-South seeks paper, panel and roundtable submissions related to all areas of international studies and world politics. Particularly welcome are submissions related to our 2013 conference theme, Public Private Partnerships: Responding to Global Challenges.

Please submit your proposals through the ISA submission system. Proposal submissions will open June 15, 2013. The proposal submission deadline is August 7, 2013.

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