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Joel Davis posted in Global South (GSCIS) on September 12, 2014
ISA's Global South Caucus (GSCIS) is working to compile a bibliography of key books, articles, and projects dealing with Global South (or Third World) international relations, broadly defined. This list is intended as a resource primarily for professors and graduate students, who often ask us for suggested readings, and who may be seeking ways to incorporate the Global South into their own research and course syllabi.
We (the Conference Team) know that you are very anxious to have your acceptance letters for the GSCIS conference Singapore in order to be able to make your plans in a timely fashion. As you can see from the ISA website, the deadline for our drawing up the program has passed by a weekend (the deadline was September 5). In part, the delay is due to the wonderful response we received to our call for proposals (thank you all!) and in second part, to the fact that we extended the deadline for receipt of proposals by a week. Just to update you then: We have been working very hard and are almost ready to upload the preliminary program; at this time we are allocating slots to accepted panels. We expect that the process will be completed by Wednesday 10th, at which time ISA HQ will send out acceptances, with a link to the panels and other information (registration, travel and grants etc.). We thank you very much for your patience and look forward to seeing you in Singapore. 
The International Studies Association Global South Caucus is pleased to announce our 2014 conference, January 8th-10th, at Chulangakorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. ISA-GSCIS invites paper, panel and roundtable proposals for our conference. Particularly welcome are submissions related to our 2014 conference theme, Voices from Outside: Re-shaping International Relations Theory and Practice in an Era of Global Transformation. Proposal submissions open immediately - please submit your proposals through the ISA submission system. The proposal submission deadline is Tuesday, July 15, 2014.
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