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Entries for November 2016


Diplomatic Studies Awards – Call for Nominations

The DPLST Section is inviting nominations for two awards: The DPLST Young Scholar Award and the DPLST Article Award.



ISA Statement Regarding the Arrest of Prof. Laciner in Turkey

The International Studies Association (ISA) has received an appeal from Dr Sedat Laciner, Professor of International Relations and Rector of Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University in Turkey. Professor Laciner was imprisoned in July 2016 by the Turkish government on the charge of terrorism related offenses. According to his communication with the ISA, he has been imprisoned because of his dissenting opinions in relation to domestic and international Turkish policy. 



Get Ready! #ISA2017


Thanks again to all who participated in the student-led interviews that took place at ISA 2016 in Atlanta. We're excited to see the team's second interview and share why people love to go to ISA!

Check out the clip and get ready for #ISA2017!




WCIS Call for Nominations to the Executive Council

The Women’s Caucus (WCIS) invites nominations (and self-nominations) for FOUR open positions on the WCIS Executive Council (highlighted in yellow). The deadline for receiving nominations is Monday, December 20, 2016.



Join Us #ISA2017

Our thanks to all who participated in the student-led interviews that took place at ISA 2016 in Atlanta. We'll be working with the DMD student team to release a few videos each month as the Program Chair and Section Program Chairs are busy finalizing the Baltimore Program.

Check out the team's first interview, get excited about #ISA2017, and maybe make plans to participate in the interviews onsite in Baltimore!



Edward Said Award: TWQ / Global Development Studies Graduate Paper

The Global Development Studies (GDS) Section in collaboration with Third World Quarterly are delighted to announce the second instance of the Edward Said Award for the best Graduate Paper.


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