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International Ethics (IETHICS)


IETHICS Francis Harbour grad student paper award - deadline extended

We are soliciting nominations for the annual Frances V. Harbour Award for the best paper presented by a graduate student at the 2017 Baltimore ISA conference in a panel sponsored by the International Ethics section.



Notice of International Ethics Book Award Competition, 2017

The International Ethics section of the International Studies Association announces its annual book award competition for 2017. The award is given every year at the International Ethics section business meeting at the ISA Convention. Next year, the convention is in Baltimore, February 22-25, 2017.



International Ethics Section Remembers Past Chair

Frances V. Harbour, Associate Professor of Government at George Mason University, passed away on December 19, 2013.  She was instrumental to the founding, and is a past Chair of, the International Ethics Section of the International Studies Association.  She is fondly remembered by many members of the section not only for her work in the section's creation, but also for her support of new members and junior scholars entering the field.



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