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Virtual Conversion Options for ISA 2022

We know that many of you have a range of questions regarding the upcoming 2022 Nashville ISA convention.  As we have already announced, ISA is working on expanding its virtual capacity for Nashville and we expect to have the ability to convert a limited number of existing in-personal panels and roundtables into virtual sessions. As a result, please read the following completely and carefully.

To implement these potential program changes, later this month we will be unveiling a new tool that will allow panelists to easily coordinate amongst themselves and initiate the request for panel conversion into a virtual setting.  More details about this capability within ISAnet will be provided when that process is opened for use.  

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ISA-IDSS Crete 2022 Conference - Submissions Open

The Interdisciplinary Studies Section (IDSS) of ISA in collaboration with the Political Science Department, University of Crete will host an international conference in Rethymno, Crete, from June 17 to June 19, 2022. The theme of the conference is: Global Crises: Responses and Recoveries

The aim of this conference is to generate conversations that bring interdisciplinary perspectives to bear on theoretical, social, institutional, cultural and human aspects of responses to and recoveries from contemporary crises. The organizers therefore invite proposals employing various conceptual and methodological approaches. All types of submissions (individual papers, panel proposals, and roundtables) are welcome. The deadline for submissions for the ISA-IDSS conference is February 1, 2022.

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Announcing the Incoming 2022-2027 International Political Sociology (IPS) Editorial Team

We’re pleased to announce the incoming 2022-2027 Editorial Team of International Political Sociology, to begin January 1, 2022. As incoming editors, we’re excited to continue the publishing tradition of IPS as the premier venue in international studies for research focused on connections between the international, political and sociological, and how they contribute to power and contestation across socio-political formations. We look forward to continuing the advancement of standards of conceptual, methodological, and rhetorical rigor in international political sociology and the discipline of international studies more generally; to deepening the professional development of colleagues across career stages in international political sociology whether as editors, peer reviewers, or researchers; and contributing to the promotion of equality, diversity, and inclusion within the field by embedding these principles into what we do and how we do it. We welcome an incredible team with the experience, standing, and drive to deliver this vision. 

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2022 Innovative Pedagogy Conference Announcement

The ISA Innovative Pedagogy Planning Committee is pleased to announce registration is now open for the 2022 Innovative Pedagogy Conference! This year the conference will be held in conjunction with the Annual Convention and take place on Tuesday, March 29th (the day before the annual convention begins) in Nashville, TN.

Please join us and fellow teacher-scholars for a full day of shared learning, networking, and professional development! Visit our conference website to view the schedule of workshops/roundtables and register here: https://www.isanet.org/Conferences/Pedagogy-2022.

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IPSA and ISA Formalize their Cooperation

We are pleased to announce that the International Political Science Association (IPSA) and the International Studies Association (ISA) have signed an agreement to enhance their academic cooperation. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has recently been signed by both associations and was announced at IPSA’s Pre-APSA Annual Meeting Workshop, The Importance of Developing Ties between Political Science Associations, by IPSA President Dianne Pinderhughes and ISA President Kristian Skrede Gleditsch on 27 September 2021.

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Reflexiones sobre el desarrollo de la disciplina de Relaciones Internacionales en América Latina. | Reflections on the development of the discipline of International Relations in Latin America.

La Región de América Latina y el Caribe de ISA y la enciclopedia de Oxford de Estudios Internacionales invitan al panel virtual: 

Reflexiones sobre el desarrollo de la disciplina de Relaciones Internacionales en América Latina. Desafíos y contribuciones desde la región

La discusión se desarrollará en base a los trabajos realizados por los autores para la Enciclopedia de Oxford de Estudios Internacionales, varios de los cuales ya están publicados en el acceso que tiene la página de ISA a la enciclopedia. Algunas de las preguntas que se bordarán serán las siguientes: 

¿Cómo han evolucionado las RRII en AL con respecto a su autonomía de las teorías importadas desde el Norte? 
¿Cuáles son los principales temas abordados por la disciplina en cada uno de los países de AL? 
¿Cómo ven los debates de relaciones internacionales hoy en términos de sus contribuciones a las relaciones internacionales globales? 
¿Qué desafíos teóricos y metodológicos enfrenta el campo en cada uno de estos países? 


The ISA Latin America and Caribbean Region and the Oxford Encyclopedia of International Studies invite to the virtual panel:

Reflections on the development of the discipline of International Relations in Latin America. Challenges and Contributions from the region

The discussion will be developed based on the papers carried out by the authors for the Oxford Encyclopedia of International Studies, several of which are already published in the ISA webpage access to the encyclopedia.

Some of the questions that will be embroidered will be the following:

How have IRs evolved in LA with respect to their autonomy from theories imported from the North?
What are the main issues addressed by the discipline in each of the LA countries?
How do you view international relations debates today in terms of their contributions to global international relations?
What theoretical and methodological challenges does the field face in each of these countries?

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