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ISA-Midwest - J. David Singer Book Award Winner Announcement

I am pleased to inform you that the ISA Midwest region has chosen Oliver Kaplan’s (University of Denver) book Resisting War: How Communities Protect Themselves to be the recipient of the J. David Singer Book Award. This award is given every other year to the author of an outstanding book published in the previous three years and carries a $200 cash prize as well as a framed ISA certificate.



2019 Award Recipients

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Award Announcement for 2017-2018

ISA offers several awards given to recognize outstanding scholarly contributions to the field of international studies. These awards have different committees, nominating procedures and submission deadlines. They recognize outstanding papers, books, achievement, and service awards. Awards are only available to current ISA members. Find a complete list of the 2017-2018 Awardees here! 



Call for Nominations: Karl Deutsch Award 2018

The Karl Deutsch award committee seeks nominations for the Karl Deutsch Award due by Tuesday, August 1st



Call for Nominations: Global Development Studies (GDS) Book Award

The International Studies Association (ISA) Global Development Studies (GDS) section is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the GDS Book Prize. Books should meet the goals of the section, including a scholarly concern “with development and global justice working across a number of fields, for example, postcolonial studies, development studies, critical political economy, critical security studies, social and political theory, history, sociology, gender studies, and public policy.”



    ENMISA Martin O. Heisler Award for the Best Graduate Student Paper

    The Ethnicity, Nationalism and Migration Section (ENMISA) Martin O. Heisler Award Selection Committee invites nominations and submissions for the section's annual graduate student paper competition. Papers must have been presented at the ISA Annual Convention in 2017 (Baltimore) to qualify, and recipients must be current ISA members. The committee welcomes papers from any discipline advancing our understanding of ethnicity, nationalism and migration.


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