• Newletter

    Newsletter February 2009

    Environmental Studies Section of the International Studies Association, Newsletter, February 2009 *********************************************************************** Editors: Richard Matthew and Bryan McDonald, University of California, Irvine *********************************************************************** The ESS Newsletter can also be found at: http://environmental-studies.org. The next edition will be May 2009. We tend to follow a Winter, Spring and Fall schedule. The ESS newsletter is based at the Center for Unconventional Security Affairs at the University of California, Irvine (www.cusa.uci.edu) and co-edited by Richard Matthew and Bryan McDonald. Please send publication information, announcements, calls for papers, job announcements, job and address changes, email information, queries, etc. for inclusion in the next newsletter to cusa [AT] uci.edu. Read the full post (3332 words)

  • News

    Call for Submissions for ESS Newsletter

    This call is to request information to be published in the next edition (Winter 2009) of the Environmental Studies Section electronic newsletter. We welcome submissions about section news, publications, websites, job and funding opportunities, announcements and upcoming conferences and meetings. Please send your items by email to cusa [AT] uci.edu by Friday, January 30, 2009.

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    Newsletter October 2008

    Environmental Studies Section of the International Studies Association, Newsletter, October 2008 *********************************************************************** Editors: Richard Matthew and Bryan McDonald, University of California, Irvine *********************************************************************** The ESS Newsletter can also be found at: http://environmental-studies.org. The next edition will be January 2009. We tend to follow a Winter, Spring and Fall schedule. The ESS newsletter is based at the Center for Unconventional Security Affairs at the University of California, Irvine (www.cusa.uci.edu) and co-edited by Richard Matthew and Bryan McDonald. Please send publication information, announcements, calls for papers, job announcements, job and address changes, email information, queries, etc. for inclusion in the next newsletter to cusa@uci.edu. Read the full post (4876 words)

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    ISA Working Group Announcement

    This year, the Governing Council approved a proposal for three sections (ALIAS, Environmental Studies, and Human Rights) to create Working Groups during the conference. The ESS Working Group theme is “Governing the Environment”. Recent environmental studies scholarship has produced much insight into rules governing human behavior and its impact on the environment. We know quite a bit about international negotiations, regimes, and organizations setting boundaries for the behavior of states. Similarly, comparative scholarship has produced a wealth of knowledge on domestic environmental regulations. In addition to such IR and comparative inquiries, a more recent branch of research studies rule-making by non-state entities such as firms and NGOs. Given this proliferation…

  • News

    Call for Submissions for Environmental Studies Section Newsletter

    We are currently soliciting information for the next edition (Fall 2008) of the ESS newsletter. We welcome submissions about section news, publications, websites, job and funding opportunities, announcements and upcoming conferences and meetings. Please send your items by email to cusa [AT] uci.edu by Friday, September 26, 2008. Online dating

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    Call to Environmental Studies section of the ISA (for syllabi and request for phone interview)

    As part of the ISA compendium project (see http://www.isanet.org/compendium/) I am conducting a study to examine syllabi in the field of global environmental politics at colleges and universities. This study will make an important contribution to our understanding of how we teach and what we teach in this field. All syllabi will be kept confidential and anonymous. Data collected will be presented in the aggregate. If you would be willing to have your syllabus included in this study, please click this link, read the informed consent form, and signal your agreement to participate; and Email the syllabi to: krogers [AT] @fielding.edu. Read the full post (177 words)