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Call for Nominations - Ole R. Holsti Award

ISA West is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Ole R. Holsti Award. Created in 2014, the Ole R. Holsti Distinguished Scholar Award is given annually to a scholar who has significantly influenced the ISA West region. 



FTGS Book Award

The FTGS Section is happy to announce the FTGS book award! The competition was steep and spurned some very tough decisions. Thus, the committee is very pleased to make two awards this year:

Jemima Repo's The Biopolitics of Gender (Oxford, 2105)
Lauren Wilcox's Bodies of Violence (Oxford, 2014)



Hong Kong 2017 Update

We are delighted by the overwhelming response for the 2017 International Conference! With more than 1000 paper, panel, innovative, and roundtable proposals, and over 1400 individuals from 66 countries, our program team has a extraordinary job ahead of them.



Call for Nominations: LGBTQA Awards

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, & Allies Caucus (LGBTQA) is pleased to announce the call for applications/nominations for our two annual awards, the LGBTQA Scholar Award and the Courage Award. Full details of these awards are provided below. For any further information or to submit a nomination, please contact the LGBTQA Caucus Nomination and Awards Officer, Alison Howell at Nominations should be received by October 24, 2016.



ISA-Asia-Pacific Conference 2016 - Closing Remarks

The ISA Asia-Pacific Region Conference, The Pacific Century? The Asia-Pacific in an era of Global Transformation, was held at the City University of Hong Kong, June 25-25 2016. The program chairs were ISA Region President, Professor Giorgio Shani; Vice-President, Professor Lorraine Elliott; and the chair of the local organizing committee, Associate Professor Nick Thomas. The conference was preceded by a Professional Development workshop on June 24 organized by Professor Elliott for Early Career Researchers in the region.



James N. Rosenau Post-Doctoral Fellowship 2016-2017 Recipient

The International Studies Association is pleased to announce that Peter Dixon is the recipient of the 2016-2017 James N. Rosenau Post-Doctoral Fellowship. The Rosenau Fellowship will allow Dr. Dixon to spend the academic year further developing his research agenda, as well as collaborating with ISA HQ on a number of projects.


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