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We have been sending out travel grant offers to registered participants. If you have not yet received an offer, it may be because we are updating the list of registrants. We will send out all additional offers by month end. All travel grant applicants are asked to refer to the Travel Grant link on the Global South Blog for updates regarding travel grants.
We've had an overwhelming response to the release of the Singapore program and in the effort to be able to accommodate everyone,  we will extend pre- registration through the weekend.  Participants can still confirm their acceptance on the program by completing their conference registration before 5pm, Oct 5th.

We cordially invite you to take part in the workshop “World Regional Studies: A New Framework for Explaining De-Westernizing Global Development or a Non-Western IR Theory?” at the GSCIS Singapore Conference in January 2015.

The workshop will focus on the following issues (with special emphasis on the emerging world regions of East and Southeast Asia). In order to organize our discussion in the most effective way we kindly ask those interested to join send a brief email to Dr. Ekaterina Koldunova ( indicating your name, institution, areas of expertise and the issues of particular interest among those posed above. Click here for more information about this workshop.

Graduate students attending the Singapore conference are invited to network at an informal lunch on Friday 8 January 2015. Details will be publicized later as soon as our Chat Room is up and running.
The GSCIS has organized a special roundtable at the Singapore conference, entitled “South-South Networking: Sharing the Experiences of Female Professors from the Global South.” The roundtable will be held on Friday 8 January 2015 between 10.15 am and 12 pm. ALL ARE INVITED to share experiences and help initiate a global south network of academic friends helping friends.
The ISA GSCIS Conference will be held at the Singapore Management University, Singapore on January 8th-10th, 2015. Please visit ISA GSCIS's Program and Events page for additional details. We look forward to seeing everyone in Singapore !
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