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ISA 2020 Land Acknowledgement

As we convene, we acknowledge Hawaiʻi as an indigenous space where the descendants of the original people are kānaka ʻōiwi or Native Hawaiian.

The ‘āina [ayne-ah – meaning LAND] on which we gather is located in the ahupua‘a [ahhoo-pu-ah-ah] of Waikīkī, in the moku [moh-koo] of Kona, on the mokupuni [moh-koopu-ni] of O‘ahu [oh-ah-hoo], in the pae‘āina [pie-ayne-ah] of Hawai‘i.

We recognize that her majesty Queen Lili‘uokalani [Lee-lee-ooh-oh-kah-lani] yielded the Hawaiian Kingdom and these territories under duress and protest to the United States to avoid the bloodshed of her people, who are recognized in the Kingdom’s law and today as kānaka Maoli. We further recognize that generations of indigenous Hawaiians and their knowledge systems shaped Hawai‘i in a sustainable way that allow us to enjoy her gifts today. For this, We are truly grateful.

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ISA Statement Regarding Academic Freedom in Iran

The International Studies Association (ISA), the world’s largest association of scholars in the field, has been watching the developments surrou...

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ISA Statement Regarding Academic Freedom in Singapore

The International Studies Association (ISA) has released a statement with concern about academic freedom in Singapore.

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Concerns expressed over changes in funding structure for the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

The International Studies Association (ISA) has released a statement with concern about the autonomy of academic institutions in Hungary.

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ISA Statement Regarding the On-Going Academic Freedom Concerns in Turkey

The International Studies Association (ISA), the world’s largest association of scholars in the field, strongly condemns the on-going assault on academic freedom in Turkey. ISA, with many members from Turkey, sincerely calls upon the Turkish government to restore the fundamentals of academic freedom immediately and to revoke all restrictions on travel, professional activity and general scholarly conduct for Turkish academics. We also strongly oppose the summary dismissal of academics from their positions without due process.

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ISA Statement Regarding Concerns about Gender Studies Programs in Hungary

The International Studies Association, the world’s largest association of scholars in the field, adds its voice to those who already have spoken...

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