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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, typically in the last year of their PhD program.

Please watch this space for the open call.

ISA Dissertation Award Winners

Sabrina Arias
University of Pennsylvania
Agenda Setting in the United Nations: Legislative Politics in International Organizations

Silvia Danielak
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Sustainability of Peace: Infrastructure planning in UN Peace Operations, 1964-2019

Priscilla Torres
Duke University
International Peacebuilding and Community Dispute Resolution

Owen Brown
Northwestern University
Ordering Through Race/Racialising Through Order: Race and the Production of International Order

Prince Heto
University of California-Irvine
Regional Peace and Conflict: The Role of Global Value Chains

Syeda Ijaz
University of California-San Diego
Accessing the Last-Mile: Evidence on Aid and Accountability from Pakistan

Jeeye Song
University of Florida
Treaty-Making and Colonization in East Asia: Vietnam and Korea in the Nineteenth Century

Ana Canedo
University of Texas-Austin
The Economic and Social Consequences of Return Migration to Mexico

Shelly Clay-Robison
George Mason University
Resistance, Solidarity, and Visual Art: Creating Social Change in Post-Conflict Indonesia

Eda Gunaydin
University of Sydney
Re-stating and un-stating sovereignty: the autonomous administration of north and east Syria

Ryan Liou
University of Georgia
Micro-Level Analysis of the Initiation and Impacts of Economic Sanctions

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DESHAWN LARKIN
Tuesday, May 17, 2022 5:28 PM
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