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ISA Announces New Editorial Teams for ISP, JoGSS, and OREIS

The International Studies Association has selected new editorial teams for International Studies Perspective, the Journal of Global Security Studies, and the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies.

A team from Texas Christian University will take over responsibility for International Studies Perspectives starting January 1, 2020. Professor James M. Scott will serve as lead editor. The team also consists of four editors: Yasemin Akbaba (Gettysburg College, USA), Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera (George Mason University), Jeffrey S. Lantis (College of Wooster), and Danielle L. Lupton (Colgate University).

A team from the University of Birmingham, UK will take over responsibility for the Journal of Global Security Studies starting January 1, 2020. Professors Asaf Siniver and Jamie Gaskarth will serve as co-lead editors. The team also consists of four Associate Editors: Renee Jeffery (Griffith University), Binnur Ozkececi-Taner (Hamline University), Heidi Hudson (University of the Free State) and Chen Yudan (Fudan University).

A team from Ohio University will take over responsibility for the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies starting January 1, 2020. Professor Nukhet Sandal will serve as the lead editor. The team also consists of six editorial board members: Victor Asal (State University of New York), Soumita Basu (South Asian University), Gilbert Khadiagala (University of Witswatersrand), Neophytos Loizides (University of Kent), Cintia Quiliconi (FLACSO, Ecuador), and Matthew Weinert (University of Delaware).

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