Broadening Engagements with International Affairs

New Series in the Professional Resource Center

Broadening Engagements with International Affairs is an interview series hosted by the ISA Professional Resource Center and written by ISA James N. Rosenau Post-Doctoral Fellow Jamie J. Hagen. The series features interviews with content developers for websites, podcasts, and newsletters finding new ways of engaging with scholars researching pressing issues in international affairs today. Examples of interviews in the series include the recently published interview with Elmira Bayraslia, the CEO of Foreign Policy Interrupted, and a forthcoming interview with Kim Yi Dionne, senior editor of The Monkey Cage at the Washington Post. To recommend someone for an interview with the series please contact Hagen at jhagen@isanet.org.

Episodes List

  1. Interview 1: Broadening Engagements in International Studies - Coming Soon!
  2. Interview 2: Coming Soon!
  3. Interview 3: Coming Soon!
  4. Interview 4: Coming Soon!
  5. Interview 5: Coming Soon!
  6. Interview 6: Coming Soon!

The Conversationalists

Jamie Hagan

Jamie J. Hagen

2018-2019 ISA James N. Rosenau Post-Doctoral Fellow
Elmira Bayrasli

Elmira Bayrasli

Foreign Policy Interrupted

Short-Term Release Only!

Please be aware that these episodes are going to be viewable here for a short time only. To view the permanent version and/or leave comments, please visit this page in our Professional Resource Center (note: the PRC is a members-only resource).

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