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ISA 2022 Special Programs - Call for Proposals

 
 
ISA 2022 Special Programs
Call for Applications

Call for Proposals: ISA 2022 Innovative Panels

If you're interested in submitting a proposal for an Innovative Panel please note that the deadline is fast approaching: June 1, 2021.
 
Reminder: Innovative Panels are for anyone thinking in original ways beyond a regular panel — we can set the room up creatively to facilitate the discussion, for example.
 
Proposers can request the room to be set up in novel ways to facilitate the discussion and can ask for additional technological specifications, including Projector and A/V equipment to view this short film, Internet access, lapel microphone, etc. In the past, these have involved simulations, "town-hall" style events, mock trial, and many other forms of interaction.
Submit an Innovative Panel Proposal
 
 

Call for Proposals: ISA 2022 "In Other Words" Roundtables

In keeping with one of the main conclusions of the ISA-Global South Caucus Dialogue, the “In Other Words” Roundtables were launched at the 2018 San Francisco convention. Given the success of this pilot project, the main goal of which is to achieve greater linguistic inclusiveness in reflection of the diversity of the ISA, we are happy to announce the call for submissions for Nashville 2022. The deadline for "In Other Words" submissions is June 1, 2021.  
 
We welcome proposals for roundtables conducted in Spanish, French, or Korean. Proposals should be submitted in both English and the chosen language, and should include: title, abstract, three tags, and the names of participants (which should include a chair and between 6 and 7 panelists). Although the roundtables themselves will be conducted in one of the three targeted languages, the audience will be free to ask questions or comment in English.
Submit an "In Other Words" Proposal
 
 

Call for Proposals: ISA 2022 Career Courses

The Professional Development Committee seeks Career Course proposals for the 2022 Annual Convention. Career Courses offer conference attendees professional development opportunities to learn about a variety of methodological, pedagogical, and thematic subjects. If you would like to teach a course in your area of expertise, please scroll down to the "Submit Proposal" button below and submit your proposal by June 1, 2021. If your application is accepted, you will be paid to teach a half-day long course on a subject that interests you! Please note that the "Submit Proposal" link will also take you to the webpage where you may find out more information about the Career Course program as well as previously taught courses.
Submit a Career Course Proposal
 
 

Call for Proposals: ISA 2022 Structuring Inclusion

The Structuring Inclusion series aims to challenge systemic exclusion through the articulation of new practices, approaches, cultures, and institutional parameters that liberate ISA in particular, and scholarship in general. Drawing from expertise across research, governance, teaching, and decision-making, we seek proposals for full panels and roundtables that highlight the work that is being done to increase the visibility and authority of scholars from diverse experiences and positions, disentangling scholarship from static modes of thought and behaviors that are closed and privileged. 
 
We encourage both panels that offer practical reforms and institutional mechanisms to advance inclusivity in ISA or at our home institutions, and those that provide support, encouragement, and strategies for coping with differential treatment in professional and academic settings. The deadline for submissions is June 1, 2021.
Submit a Structuring Inclusion Proposal
 
 

Call for Applications: Pay It Forward Workshop

Pay It Forward is a mentoring program designed for self-defined ‘early career’ women within the International Studies profession. Established senior women scholars serve as mentors for the early career scholars throughout a one-day workshop, and often beyond it. The workshop covers topics such as professional development, work-life balance, and navigating a gendered field, among others. The purpose of PIF is to create viral networks of successful women and to capitalize on, and extend, women’s current successes, making headway against the gendered nature of the profession. The application deadline is June 1, 2021.
Apply for the 2022 Pay It Forward Workshop
 
 

Call for Proposals: Junior Scholar Symposium, Flash Talks, Poster Gallery

In addition to traditional paper submissions, proposals are being accepted for the Junior Scholar Symposium, Flash Talks, and the Poster Gallery:
 
Junior Scholar Symposium: This format provides a fantastic opportunity for junior scholars to meet and connect with senior scholars in their field. Each JSS session brings together approximately 16 junior scholar projects with four senior discussants from among ISA’s leading scholars. Following a broad introduction to the session, the symposium divides into four small thematic groups wherein, using posters, participants will present and discuss their work in this small group setting.
 
Flash Talks: Unlike a full research talk given in traditional panels, a Flash Talk is an overview of a study. Presenters must draw out the most important aspects of their research in a compressed time-frame and then field a series of questions immediately thereafter. This is a great opportunity to present and discuss new ideas on working or completed papers and get valuable feedback from peers. A Flash Talk session will consist of several research projects discussed using brief PowerPoint presentations.
 
Poster Gallery: Poster Gallery sessions provide presenters with the opportunity to share their research in a visual format, with ISA leadership and journal editors offering direct feedback.
 
These specialty items are not separate submission types, but all individual papers can also be marked for consideration in these programs. The deadline for all submissions is June 1, 2021.
Submit Your Proposal Today
 
 
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