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Emerging Global South Scholar Workshop Call for Applications

Deadline: July 20, 2018 ISA is delighted to announce the call for applications for the Emerging Global South Scholar Workshop approved by the Governi...



Call for Structuring Inclusion Proposals - Extended

Deadline: July 1, 2018 Submit proposals to: Coordinated by the Committee on the Status of Representation and Div...



Structuring Inclusion/Challenging Oppression: Call for Proposals

Building on the work of scholars who are women, feminist, BIPOC, anti-Racist, from the Global South, and/or queer to focus on inequality and systemic discrimination in our profession, this eight panel series for Toronto asks us to reimagine the academy and ISA as an inclusive terrain.  The goal of this panel series is to challenge systemic exclusion through the articulation of new practices, approaches, cultures, and institutional parameters that liberate ISA in particular and scholarship in general. The deadline for submissions is June 20, 2018.



IDSS Call for Papers-2019 ISA Convention in Toronto

Rethinking Interdisciplinarity  IDSS Call for Papers-2019 ISA Convention in Toronto The study of international issues is drawing on a growi...



Pay It Forward Is Now Accepting Applications!

We welcome applications from early career scholars who want to take part in ISA’s sixth annual Pay It Forward (PIF) workshop. PIF is a unique mentorship program directed toward women graduate students and junior faculty that takes place the day before the Annual Convention. At the workshop, participants engage with senior women faculty who facilitate the workshop by providing guidance on a variety of topics, such as securing employment, publishing, tenure, promotion, and work-life balance, among others. The deadline to apply is June 15, 2018. For more information, please check the PIF website.



Call for ISA 2019 Panel/Roundtable Proposal Ideas: ISA Academic Freedom Committee

The Academic Freedom Committee has a number of panel slots at the 2019 ISA annual meeting. We would be interested in any ideas or suggestions that ISA members may have for panel or roundtable proposals, and we welcome proposals for consideration by the committee.


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