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Vaccine and Mask Requirements for ISA2022 in Nashville

Vaccine and Mask Requirements for ISA2022 in Nashville: Health and Safety is Our Highest Priority

Everyone at ISA looks forward to welcoming you in person in Nashville, TN in March 2022. As a result, we want to reassure all of our prospective attendees that we are diligently working to provide a safe and comfortable convention environment.  

With this in mind, ISA2022 convention attendance requires all in-person attendees to provide evidence of full vaccination against Covid-19 prior to being admitted to the convention site.

Over the past few months, ISA HQ staff have attended a number of conferences where the industry standard is to require anyone attending in-person meetings to be fully vaccinated. As a result, ISA is upholding the high standards of the conventions industry as well as following current US CDC guidance. Please note that vaccinations should be full and complete no later than March 1, 2022. In addition, masks will be required for all attendees regardless of vaccination status while indoors, other than when eating or drinking. 

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Religion & International Relations Section Global South Scholars Travel/Registration Award

The Religion & International Relations Section (REL) has created this convention award to support costs of travel/registration for postgraduate students and scholars in the Global South to attend the 2022 ISA convention in Nashville.

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Welcome Back to the Annual Convention!

It is with great excitement that ISA will be getting back together again in Nashville this spring for our annual convention.  Throughout this challenging time, we have been gratified to receive the strong support for ISA from our members. As part of ISA’s “re-opening,” we have already hosted several successful Fall conferences – ISA-West, ISA-South, ISA-Northeast (virtual), ISSS, and ISA-Midwest (upcoming next week). Congratulations and thanks to hundreds of members who have gotten together to collaborate and present research. And thanks, as well, to all those who have helped organize this re-opening events.

As with all our events, and looking toward Nashville, ISA is working to ensure that everyone can be healthy and safe at the convention. And we are confident we can do so based on a great working relationship with the hotel, our other contractors and our members.

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ISA 2022 Paper Conversion Requests

Following the announcement of the expansion of our virtual capacity for Nashville, we are pleased to announce participants are now able to request a conversion for individual papers on the program. The deadline to submit a conversion/rescheduling request is January 15th - No requests can be submitted or accommodated after this date, No exceptions.

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#ISA2022 Additional Information for Participants

We're looking forward to your participation at ISA's 63rd Annual Convention! The Convention will take place with both in-person and virtual components in Nashville, Tennessee, March 28th –April 2nd, 2022 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.

In this message, we include all-important planning information for the #ISA2022 meeting, including what you need to do next, important deadlines, and participation options. While this year's virtual components are a new feature for ISA, we look forward to it being a positive and fruitful experience thanks to the exceptional support and participation of our members, participants, sponsors, exhibitors, and affiliates. We look forward to seeing you in March!

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First Time Attending ISA?

Whether you’re an Early Career Scholar (ECS) or a tenured professor, attending an international convention of this magnitude can be overwhelming. We want to ensure that you not only have a positive professional experience, but enjoy everything about ISA that makes us unique.

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