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ISA Research Workshop Grant Proposals Now Being Accepted

The International Studies Association is pleased to announce the Call for Applications for the Research Workshop Grant program for 2020. The program promotes and supports the interaction of scholars from different parts of the global international studies community. Research Workshop Grants (up to $10,000) are targeted for projects that aim to apply new expertise or new approaches to established research topics and are likely to catalyze rapid and innovative advances. 
 
These grants aim to bring together small groups of participants focusing on a significant research problem that stimulates cross-national examination or perspectives and engages the interests of several disciplines. The workshop itself is expected to result in significant scholarly outputs, such as a book-length manuscript and scholarly articles. Proposals should include participation by scholars from around the world, significant participation by junior scholars, and adequate attention to theoretical, methodological, geographical, gender, ethnic, and racial diversity. Projects led by and/or comprising of Global South scholars, and those having a good mix of Global South and Global North participants are especially encouraged.
 
All proposals should be sent electronically to Carolyn Shaw, the Research Workshop Committee Chair, at researchgrants@isanet.org with a cc to: ISA headquarters at isa@isanet.org. All materials must be received by June 15, 2019. If you do not receive an email confirmation within ten days that your proposal was received, please contact the committee chair since there may have been problems transmitting the proposals.
 
All applicants should expect to receive notification as to whether the proposal will be funded when 2019 ISA conference notifications are sent (mid September). If you have any questions about the workshop proposal or submission process, please contact the committee chair.

For more details, visit the ISA Research Workshop Grants website. 

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