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Entries for November 2013

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Journal of International Organizations Studies (JIOS) Call for Papers

The Journal of International Organizations Studies now invites contributions to its Fall 2014 issue. We would like to invite you to submit innovative research on international organizations to editors@journal-iostudies.org. We also welcome book or subject reviews (contact: reviews@journal-iostudies.org) and Insider's View i.e. contributions from practitioners on the inner workings of IOs. Attached to this e-mail you will find a flier with further information on the journal. We look forward to receiving your submissions!

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ISA NE 2013: Presentation Info

If you plan to use PowerPoint or Keynote, you will need to provide your own laptop. You are also advised to bring your presentation on a USB drive as well so that panels with multiple presentations can simply use one panelists' laptop, and also so that we can more easily troubleshoot any problems that arise. We are excited to be able to provide presentation capabilities for everyone who wishes to use it, and also for the free wireless network access in all of the conference rooms. See you in Providence!

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Call for Editors of the International Organization Section’s Contribution to the ISA Compendium

Melissa Labonte and Kendall Stiles will be completing their service as editors of the IO Section’s contribution to the ISA Compendium at the annual meetings in 2014 and the section is seeking proposals for new editors. Candidates should submit a letter of intent and curriculum vitae to Kendall Stiles, Chair of the International Organization Section, no later than January 1, 2014 for full consideration.

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