The International Communication Section (ICOMM) of ISA is holding a pre-conference the day before this year’s ISA conference and we would like to extend an invitation to your section’s members in case they are in ATL early and would like to attend. Can you please forward the following announcement to your members.
Conference Title: Communication, Peace and Security in the 21st Century
Date: March 15th (full day conference)
Location: Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Assistant Professor – Modern/Contemporary Political Theory
ASPECT and the Department of Political Science
College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
The interdisciplinary doctoral program ASPECT (Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Thought) and the Department of Political Science at Virginia Tech invite applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Modern/Contemporary Political Theory, with strengths in at least one of the following areas: Environmental Political Theory; Security and Political Theory; Political Theory and Governance. Candidates should demonstrate strong analytical and research skills with the potential to achieve a national research profile along with excellence in teaching and service. The standard teaching load is four courses per academic year, including at least one course to be offered for the ASPECT PhD program and typically a large Introduction to Political Theory lower-division course. This position will begin August 10, 2016.
The International Studies Association is proud to announce that Peter Dauvergne, Professor of International Relations at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and founding and former editor of the journal Global Environmental Politics has been named the 2016 recipient of the Environmental Studies Section (ESS) Distinguished Scholar Award.
Dauvergne is a seminal scholar of global environmental politics who has sought to unpack the unseen and complex political and economic forces that link global markets, civil society and international actors with global environmental change. Through his 13 books and over 80 peer-reviewed articles—covering subjects from eco-consumerism and deforestation to patronage networks, corporatization and the dynamics of social protest—Dauvergne has shaped the study and teaching of global environmental politics at the intersection of international relations and environmental studies.
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Close to 50 nominations have come in for the Sprout Award 2015 so far, and the committee is in the process of going through the nominations. These have come in from the following publishers so far:
- Edward Elgard
- UP of Kentucky
- Yale UP
- University of Georgia Press
- Cambridge UP
- Simon and Schuster
The call for proposals for the 57th ISA Annual Convention in Atlanta (16-19 March 2016) has been out for a few days now. Allow us to draw your attention to a number of exciting formats that you may propose to the Environmental Studies Section – from regular papers and panels to roundtables, innovative panels, working groups and career courses.
Below we like to give you some more information about the different formats (including their different links and deadlines) – and highly encourage you to submit. We very much look forward to your proposals!
All best wishes,
We would like to remind you to nominate papers written and presented by graduate students at the 2015 ISA annual conference in New Orleans, for the Environmental Studies Section Graduate Student Paper Award.
Please send your nominations with a copy of the paper (in MS Word or pdf format) by no later than June 1st by e-mail to ESS Chair Susan Park (email@example.com).
- Graduate students may nominate their own papers as well.
- Graduate student papers that have been co-authored with professors are not eligible for nomination for the best graduate student paper.