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Entries for December 2014


ISA Holiday Closure

The International Studies Association wishes you a happy holiday season. ISA HQ is closed for the holidays and will reopen on Jan. 5, 2015 at 9am MST. Thank you.



Congratulations to ISA President-Elect T.V. Paul

ISA congratulates McGill University Political Science Professor T.V. Paul on his recent election as the 56th ISA president for the 2016-17 term.



ISA Midwest Awards Reminder

As a reminder, please consider nominating yourself or others for the ISA Midwest Awards. The deadline for best paper nominations is December 31st. Click here for additional award details. 



ISSS Elections - Vote Today!

It's that time again! elections to the Governing Council of the International Security Studies Section (ISSS) of the International Studies Association are open.

You can review the bios of our nominees and then cast your vote. To cast your vote, you'll need your voting ID number. Please refer to the ballot form for your voting ID number.  (This is how we keep the election anonymous and still verify that you're a member, so please be sure to include this in your vote!)

The election closes January 5th, so be sure to get your vote in before then. If you have any questions about the election or this process, please contact James Lebovic.



FTGS Call for Nominations

The FTGS Nominations Committee is seeking nominations for six leadership positions on the FTGS Executive Committee. Nominations are due by January 1, 2015.



New ISA Journal Invites Submissions

ISA’s newest journal, the Journal of Global Security Studies (JoGSS), is now accepting submissions. You can find out more about the journal on its website and submit a manuscript through its scholar one submission system.


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