ISSS Best Security Article Award

General Information

Purpose

  • To recognize an article by an ISA member on any aspect of security studies that excels in originality, significance, and rigor, published in the prior calendar year.

Selection Process

  • Papers must be nominated according to the application process described below.
  • The selection will be made by the ISSS Best Article and Paper Award Committee

Prize

  • The recipient of this award will receive a plaque and a $500 prize, which will be distributed at a reception of the ISA Annual Convention in Toronto in 2019.

Apply for Award

Eligibility Requirements

  • Any author or co-authors of a security studies article that appeared in print in 2017.
  • The author or co-authors of the article must be current members of ISA.

  • Application Process

    • Please send a full PDF copy of the nominated article, along with a short (1-page maximum) justification for the nomination, to the committee chair, Sarah Kreps (sarah.kreps@cornell.edu). Self-nominations are welcome.

    • The deadline for nominations is July 15, 2018.

Recipients

Congratulations to Austin Carson's article "Facing Off and Saving Face: Covert Intervention and Escalation Management in the Korean War" for receiving the 2018 ISSS Best Security Article Award!

Past Recipients

  • 2017, Aisha Ahmad, "The Security Bazaar: Business Interests and Islamist Power in Civil War Somalia," published in International Security
  • 2018, Austin Carson, "Facing Off and Saving Face: Covert Intervention and Escalation Management in the Korean War," published in International Organization
  • Award Committee

    Sarah Kreps, Chair

    Cornell University

    sarah.kreps@cornell.edu


    Tricia Sullivan, Member

    University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


    Jen Spindel, Member

    University of Oklahoma


    The International Studies Association

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