Newsletter January 2004

Environmental Studies Section of the International Studies Association,

Newsletter – January 2004 – “Happy New Year Issue”

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Editor: David Downie, Columbia University
Associate Editor: Stacy Ho
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The next edition will be sent no later April 2004. We tend to follow a January, April, September schedule (the Happy New Year, April Fools, and Back to School editions).

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 David Downie, at dd113@columbia.edu.

Newsletter September 2003

Environmental Studies Section of the International Studies Association, Newsletter – August/September 2003 – “Back to School Issue”

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Editor: David Downie, Columbia University Associate Editor: Stacy Ho, Columbia University ***********************************************************************
Send publication information, announcements, calls for papers, job announcements, job and address changes, email information, queries, etc. to the newsletter editor, David Downie, at dd113@columbia.edu.

The next edition will be sent no later January 2004. We follow a January, April, September schedule (the Happy New Year, April Fools, and Back to School editions).

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Newsletter April 2003

Editor: David Downie, Columbia University Associate Editor: Stacy Ho, Columbia University

Please send all announcements, information, queries, reviews, help wanted, address changes, etc. to the newsletter editor, David Downie, Columbia University, at dd113@columbia.edu. The next edition will be sent no later than September 2003. We will tend to follow a January, June, September schedule.
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES SECTION NEWS

Congratulations to those that participated in the Environmental Studies Section (ESS) elections. The new officers of the ESS Section are:

Chair: Ronnie Lipschutz, UC Santa Cruz.

Vice Chair, Carolyn Stephenson, U of Hawaii Manoa.

Newsletter January 2003

Happy New Year Edition!

Please send all announcements, information, queries, reviews, help wanted, address changes, etc. to the newsletter editor, David Downie, at dd113@columbia.edu. The next edition will be sent no later than June 2003. We will tend to follow a January, June, September schedule. See you in Portland for the ISA Convention in February. Ashgate Press’s Global Environmental Governance series is co-sponsoring the ESS reception. We hope to see you there.
NEW BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS Stephen Andersen And Madhava Sarma, Eds.Protecting The Ozone Layer: The United Nations History. London: Earthscan/UNEP, 2002.

Newsletter April 2002

The new editor is David Downie. Please send all announcements, information,queries, reviews, help wanted, etc. to dd113@columbia.edu PLEASE NOTE: This is a special issue dealing only with proposals for the ISA. A regular issue will be mailed at the start of the next academic year. Please send send all announcements, information, queries, reviews, help wanted, etc. to the new editor of the newsletter, David Downie, at dd113@columbia.edu.

ISA PROPOSAL DEADLINES

BOOKS NOMINATED FOR THE 2002 SPROUT AWARD

  1. Steven Bernstein, The Compromise of Liberal Environmentalism.  Columbia.
  2. Joachim Blatter and Helen Ingram, eds., Reflections on Water:  New Approaches to Transboundary Conflicts and Cooperation.  MIT Press.
  3. Lawrence Buell,Writing for an Endangered World.  Harvard.
  4. Gary C. Bryner,Gaia’s Wager.  Rowman & Littlefield.
  5. Maxwell A. Cameron and Brian W. Tomlin, The Making of NAFTA: How the Deal Was Done.  Cornell.
  6. Carlo Carraro and Gilbert E. Metcalf, eds., Behavioral and Distributional Effects of Environmental Policy.  University of Chicago Press.
  7. William Chandler, Energy and the Environment in Transition Economies.  Westview.
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