We’re pleased to announce the incoming 2022-2027 Editorial Team of International Political Sociology, to begin January 1, 2022. As incoming editors, we’re excited to continue the publishing tradition of IPS as the premier venue in international studies for research focused on connections between the international, political and sociological, and how they contribute to power and contestation across socio-political formations. We look forward to continuing the advancement of standards of conceptual, methodological, and rhetorical rigor in international political sociology and the discipline of international studies more generally; to deepening the professional development of colleagues across career stages in international political sociology whether as editors, peer reviewers, or researchers; and contributing to the promotion of equality, diversity, and inclusion within the field by embedding these principles into what we do and how we do it. We welcome an incredible team with the experience, standing, and drive to deliver this vision.
Editors in Chief
- Prof. Nicole Sunday Grove (Political Science University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, USA)
- Prof. Kyle Grayson (School of Geography, Politics, and Sociology, Newcastle University, UK)
- Prof. Jessica Auchter (Political Science, University of Tennessee Chattanooga, USA)
- Prof. Yolande Bouka (Political Studies, Queen’s University, Canada)
- Prof. Nora El Qadim (Départment de science Politique, Université Paris-8, France)
- Prof. Xavier Guillaume (International Relations, University of Groningen, Netherlands)
- Prof. Aida Hozic (Department of Political Science, University of Florida, USA)
- Prof. Beste İşleyen (Department of Political Science, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
- Dr. J. Madhan Mohan Jaganathan (School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi India)
- Prof. Julien Jeandesboz (Centre de recherche et enseignements en politique internationale, Université libre de Bruxelles)
- Prof. Victor Coutinho Lage (Institute of Humanities, Arts and Sciences, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil)
- Prof. Samson Okoth Opondo (Political Science and Africana Studies, Vassar College, USA)
We wish to express our sincere gratitude to the departing team for their many years of leadership and service to the journal. Thank you Debbie Lisle, Vicki Squire, Roxanne Doty, Alex Hall, Laurent Bonelli, Nicole Sunday Grove, Julien Jeandesboz, Nizar Messari, Thiago Rodriguez, William Walters, and Heloise Weber. We look forward to building upon your invaluable work.