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RESCHEDULED! ISA Virtual Event - Online Roundtable: Demographic Change and Higher Education: The Implications for International Studies

Between 2010 and 2020, population growth in the United States reached one of its lowest points in history. Higher education has already begun feeling these effects through undergraduate enrollment. These developments pose questions about the consequences for academic disciplines, so ISA has invited several panelists to discuss the implications of demographic change for International Studies. Please join us on Tuesday, May 17th, 2022 at 1:00 PM EDT for this roundtable!

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ISA Virtual Event - Current Events Analysis - Ukraine: Terra Incognita - Friday, March 4th

The recent Russian invasion of Ukraine has started what may be the largest interstate conflict in Europe since World War II. To better understand this intricate and personal conflict, join us in a panel that will reflect on the historical and contemporary discourses essential to understanding the emerging regional dynamics from various perspectives.

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POSTPONED: ISA Virtual Event - Online Roundtable: Demographic Change and Higher Education: The Implications for International Studies

Between 2010 and 2020, population growth in the United States reached one of its lowest points in history. Higher education has already begun feeling these effects through undergraduate enrollment. These developments pose questions about the consequences for academic disciplines, so ISA has invited several panelists to discuss the implications of demographic change for International Studies. Please join us on Thursday, March 3, 2022 at 1:00 PM EST for this roundtable!

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ISA Virtual Event - Online Seminar: Conducting Research in the Authoritarian Field

The last years have seen an increasing demand for methodological rigor and transparency in qualitative research, as well as for resources to advance and support field research. Drawing on the burgeoning literature on the topic, as well as on the speaker's direct experience in authoritarian contexts, this talk offers a synthetic reflection on several aspects of field research. These include ethical dilemmas, methodological challenges, as well as reflections on the practical aspects of planning, particularly during a pandemic. Please join us on Thursday, February 24, 2022 at 11:00 AM EST for this seminar!

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ISA Virtual Event - Documentary Screening and Discussion: The Vertical Border

Millions of people worldwide are being uprooted from their homes and communities. Central Americans are fleeing from economic precarity, climate disaster as well as state and criminal violence. Most head towards Mexico and the United States in search of a livable life. The forthcoming documentary The Vertical Border (Mexico, 2022) looks at what happens when forced migrants demand dignity and rights. How does the United States externalize its borders in an attempt to stop desperate migrants from reaching its territory? How does Mexico cope with the pressures of being a buffer state where displaced populations are trapped in inhospitable limbo? Join the filmmakers, immigration activists and legal service providers in this pre-release screening and discussion of the film to consider the impact of U.S. and Mexican deterrence strategies and examine the purposes of borders. The screen will take place on Wednesday, March 9, 2022 at 2:00 PM EST, followed by the panel discussion at 3:30 PM EST.

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