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Entries for January 2014

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International Ethics Section Remembers Past Chair

Frances V. Harbour, Associate Professor of Government at George Mason University, passed away on December 19, 2013.  She was instrumental to the founding, and is a past Chair of, the International Ethics Section of the International Studies Association.  She is fondly remembered by many members of the section not only for her work in the section's creation, but also for her support of new members and junior scholars entering the field.

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HR 2014 Istanbul - Update Program Announcement Jan 30

Thank you for your overwhelming interest in our conference. With more than 300 individual papers, our volume of proposals far exceeded our expectations. We are delighted with this outcome though it presents us with the monumental task of carefully reviewing each and crafting our program. We plan to release our program on 30 January 2014. We will send out acceptance letter and also open our registration at that time. 

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Online Membership Data Available

ISA would like to announce a new area on our site providing up-to-date data on the scope and diversity of our membership. These pages use interactive charts, tables, and graphs to show the distribution of our members from whom data are available. The data mostly cover the association as a whole, but we plan to make similar pages available for our Sections, Caucuses, and Regions, over the next year. We hope you'll take a minute to browse these data and better get to know the scope and diversity of this association!

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