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International Studies Perspectives Special FORUM Invitation

International Studies Perspectives is committed to diversity, fairness, and inclusiveness and stands in solidarity against systemic racism and discrimination in academia. As part of this commitment, the editorial team invites the submission of forum proposals on racism and discrimination in academia and international studies. We are especially interested in forum proposals that feature black and minority voices and their experiences in our discipline and academia in general. We extend this invitation to elevate the voices of those who have been burdened by systemic racism, and to contribute to understanding and action on racism, discrimination and bias that takes places in the classrooms, conference rooms, departments, and offices of our universities, organizations, and professional associations.

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ISA Call for Officer Nominations - Extended

The International Studies Association Nominating Committee invites members of the association to nominate candidates to be considered for the position of At-Large Representative on the ISA Governing Council for 2022-2023. The deadline for nominations is July 15, 2020.

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New International Studies Perspectives “Twitter Takeover” Initiative

International Studies Perspectives is pleased to announce a new initiative for the use of our Twitter platform to elevate black, minority, and under-represented voices in our discipline. Beginning in August 2020, we will delegate our Twitter handle once a month to a scholar from an under-represented group to share research, spotlight the work of others, and share insights on and raise awareness of antiracism, diversity, fairness, and inclusiveness in international studies. If you are interested in participating in this initiative, email us at ISP@tcu.edu.

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ISA Updates: Governing Council Meeting Outcomes, Upcoming Conferences and More

Dear Friends and Colleagues,
 
We sincerely hope that everyone is doing well amidst these truly unusual circumstances. It seems like every day, we hear about new social phenomena which will likely lead to lots of fodder for our research programs for years to come. And from shifting to on-line teaching to spending our days on Zoom, Skype or other forms of virtual meetings through managing what for many is a more crowded home-life than usual, we are all working to figure out how to operate and what will come next. ISA is here to help where we can. So please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or interesting ideas that could help you and other ISA members carry-on what we do over the next few months.
 
We also want to take a brief moment to update you on a number of important pieces of ISA business:

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ISA Call for Officer Nominations

The International Studies Association Nominating Committee invites members of the association to nominate candidates to be considered for offices for 2022-2023, including a president, three vice-presidents, and three At-Large Representatives on the ISA Governing Council. The deadline for nominations is July 1, 2020.

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May 5 - Routine Maintenance ISAnet.org

ISAnet.org will be undergoing routine maintenance this evening and will be unavailable between 6-8pm Eastern/NYC time. If you have any questions or co...

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