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ISA NE pedagogy workshop deadline extended

To better align the application process with that of the region’s research methods workshop, the application deadline for the ISA Northeast region pedagogy workshop has been extended to Monday, July 23. Both workshops will be held on Saturday, November 3, as part of the regional conference in Baltimore. The pedagogy workshop is intended for doctoral students with teaching experience, scholars on the job market and early-career faculty members.  Applicants should send a C.V., sample syllabus and statement of teaching philosophy to ne-pedagogy@isanet.org. Applications to the pedagogy workshop are evaluated in a separate process from paper, panel and roundtable applications, but participation in the workshop can be coordinated with other conference activities. We hope to see you in Baltimore in November!

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ISSS-IS Proposal Deadline Reminder - July 22nd [updated]

This is a reminder that we are now accepting paper, panel, and roundtable proposals for the 2018 IS-ISSS conference, which will be held Nov 9-11 at Purdue University, in West Lafayette, IN. The deadline for proposals is July 22, 2018. [updated]
 
The theme for this year’s conference will be: “A Crisis in the Global Order?” and our keynote speaker for the event will be Kori Schake, Deputy Director-General of the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London. Dr. Schake will deliver the keynote address on Saturday evening, November 10.
 
You can submit proposals through the ISA website. When submitting, please be sure to indicate if you are willing to serve as a panel chair or discussant and provide your area of expertise.
 
Please email the organizing team at ISSS-IS@isanet.org with any questions. We look forward to receiving your proposals!

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