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2017 August Hiatus

We're getting close to our annual August hiatus, when we still process and handle revised manuscripts, but don't take any new manuscripts. This year, though, there's an important change that authors n...

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Symposiums in Single-Download PDFs

We've had numerous requests to make ISQ symposium available as single-download PDFs. Indeed, for a variety of reasons that aren't worth going into, we've decided to do all future symposium only in thi...

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Three Announcements

It's been a while since I've written a post here. But I do have some things to share with everyone. First, if you would like to read our 2015-2016 annual report, it's now available.  Second, yo...

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Word Counts and Limits

As some of you are likely aware, we've been gradually increasing the word limit for submissions. Among the many reasons for doing so, shorter limits: Produce an uneven playing field for work th...

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Change in Review Procedures

As of this morning, International Studies Quarterly transitioned—on a trial basis—to blinded editorial review at the reject-without-review stage. That is, editors will (usually) not k...

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