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Entries for December 2013


FLACSO-ISA 2014 Coming in January

The FLACSO-ISA 2014 conference program chairs are busy building out the program for the conference.  We received a record amount of submissions - over 1,200 paper submissions.  We are looking forward to a great program in Buenos Aires in July 2014. Stay tuned to see the full program in mid-January 2014.



Call for Nominations - Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order

The University of Louisville is now accepting nominations for the 2015 Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order. Congratulations to ISA member Jacques E.C. Hymans, named as 2014 recipient of the $100,000 prize. Nominations for the 2015 prize should be received by January 31, 2014.



Check out CISS's Program Slate!

CISS has sponsored many great panels at the Annual Convention this year! Be sure to check them all out in the online program. We've done the search for you - see them here. See you in Toronto!



ISA-NE Awards Deadline December 31st

The Fred Hartmann Award is given each year for the best paper presented at the conference by a graduate student. The A. LeRoy Bennet Award is given each year for the best paper presented by a scholar who holds a PhD. Any paper presented at the conference can be nominated for one of the awards. Self-nominations are accepted. Nominations should be sent to Samuel Barkin at, and should include the paper as an attachment. Nominations should be made by December 31, 2013.



ISA-Midwest Awards Deadline Reminder - December 16th

This is a final reminder about the upcoming ISA Midwest awards deadline. Please send your nominations for the Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholar Award, the Frank J. Klingberg Best Faculty Paper Award, the Lynne Rienner Best Graduate Student Paper Award and the Margaret G Hermann Award (presented by ISA-Midwest) to Cameron Thies by December 16, 2013.



ISA Midwest 2013: Conference Summary

The ISA - Midwest held its annual conference at the Hilton at the Ballpark in St. Louis, Missouri, from November 7–10, 2013. In 2013, we had approximately 225 participants, a number similar to the 2012 and 2011 conferences. We had 15 roundtables, 41 panels, and 190 papers on the conference program.

Thank you all for your participation in this great conference and we hope to see you next year!


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