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More Details about Virtual Access and Programming in ISA

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been much discussion, positive and negative, about the viability of, and prospects for, virtual participation at the ISA annual convention. We have all participated in many different virtual events the past two years – some small, some large (like the April 2021 ISA annual convention), and many in-between.  As a result, we have learned a great deal about what works and what doesn’t. Now as we look to the future, we hope to put that knowledge to work for the ISA membership, within the constraints of time, personnel, and funding. 

In the interests of transparency and good communication across the organization, and with apologies for the lengthy correspondence, we write to you now to lay out what we know about virtual programming, how it applies to ISA, and why the decision was made that ISA 2023 in Montreal will be an in-person-only event.

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Congratulations to this Year’s Dissertation Completion Fellowship Award Winners!

The new ISA Dissertation Completion Fellowship is open to applicants from across the social sciences and humanities working in the broad field of International Studies. It is intended to support graduate students in the final stages of dissertation writing...

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ISA Statement on Academic Freedom in Ukraine and Russia

The International Studies Association (ISA) expresses alarm over the implications of Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine. Our worry extends to the physical safety of academic colleagues inside of Ukraine, as well as restrictions on scholarly expression regarding the war experienced by academic colleagues inside Russia.

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Looking Forward to Montréal 2023 - A Letter from 2022-2023 ISA President Deborah Avant and Executive Director Mark A. Boyer

Dear ISA Colleagues, For those of you who were able to attend the recent Nashville 2022 Convention, we hope that you found the return to the in-per...

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A Letter from 2021-2022 ISA President Kristian S. Gleditsch and Executive Director Mark A. Boyer

We hope that you had a fulfilling week at ISA2022 whether you participated in-person in Nashville, as part of the virtual events, or both! It was perhaps the oddest ISA on record, being held across multiple platforms, in masks (for those in-person) and at a venue that was one of the more unique ones to host ISA. With any luck at all, next year in Montreal will be much closer to “normal.”

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RESCHEDULED! ISA Virtual Event - Online Roundtable: Demographic Change and Higher Education: The Implications for International Studies

Between 2010 and 2020, population growth in the United States reached one of its lowest points in history. Higher education has already begun feeling these effects through undergraduate enrollment. These developments pose questions about the consequences for academic disciplines, so ISA has invited several panelists to discuss the implications of demographic change for International Studies. Please join us on Tuesday, May 17th, 2022 at 1:00 PM EDT for this roundtable!

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