Newsletter January 2000

Please send all announcements, information, queries, reviews, help wanted, etc. to Ronnie Lipschutz, rlipsch@cats.ucsc.edu, 260 Stevenson College, UC-Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA 95064, Phone: 831-459-3275; fax: 831-459-3334. The next issue will be out in around the beginning of April 2000. Keep those e-mails coming!


CONTENTS

ISA & SECTION NEWS

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ON THE WEB

BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS

JOBS, FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS

REQUESTS


ISA & SECTION NEWS

41ST ANNUAL ISA CONFERENCE INFORMATION can be found at www.isanet.org.

ESS RECEPTION AT ISA in LA: Thursday, March 16, 6-7:30 PM, Santa Barbara A Room, Westin Bonaventure Hotel.

Newsletter December 1999

Please send all announcements, information, queries, reviews, help wanted, etc. to Ronnie Lipschutz, rlipsch@cats.ucsc.edu, 260 Stevenson College, UC-Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA 95064, Phone: 831-459-3275; fax: 831-459-3334. The next issue will be out in around the beginning of March 1999. Keep those e-mails coming!


CONTENTS: (A lot of stuff has come through since the last newsletter. This one is divided into two parts, as noted below.)

PART I:

ISA & SECTION NEWS

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ON THE WEB

BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS

PART II:

JOBS & FELLOWSHIPS

REVIEWS

NOTICES

NEW POSITIONS

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Newsletter September 1999

ISA Section News

ANNOUNCEMENTS

REPORTS ON THE WEB

BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS

JOBS

NOTICES


ASSOCIATION & SECTION NEWS

TRAVEL GRANTS FOR ISA 2000 IN LOS ANGELES: If you wish to apply for a travel grant for the next ISA conference, the deadline is October 1, 1999. International panelists must apply themselves (panel chairs cannot apply for them). For information, see the form in the printed ISA Newsletter, or see:
http://csf.colorado.edu/isa/travel-guideline.html

WORKSHOP GRANTS: The deadline for ISA workshop gants is September 15, 1999. See:
http://csf.colorado.edu/isa/workshop.html

Newsletter April 1999

NOTE REGARDING ISA CONVENTION 2000: If you wish to assemble an ESS-sponsored panel and are seeking papers, you can post a “WANTED” message to the ESS section. Please send your panel proposal to Section Chair Dimitris Stevis at Dimitris@lamar.colostate.eduand Ronnie Lipschutz at rlipsch@cats.ucsc.edu. All final and complete proposals should be submitted directly to the Program Chair, Frank Harvey, Dept. of Political Science, Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4H6 Canada by June 15, 1999. A submission form can be found in the ISA Newsletter or at: csf.colorado.edu/isa/la/index.html.

1998-1999 Annual Report

Environmental Studies Section
1998-1999 Annual Report
Submitted by Philippe Le Prestre

PURPOSE OF THE SECTION

The Environmental Studies Section has several purposes:

– to link scholars of various disciplines and keep them abreast of current developments in this field;
– to develop and encourage research;
– to disseminate information on environmental developments by sponsoring or participating in prof meetings;
– to seek ways to further the teaching of international environmental studies.

 MEMBERSHIP IN ESS COMMITTEES, 1998-1999

Executive Committee

Philippe Le Prestre (UQAM) ex officio

Richard Matthew (Georgetown University) (to 1999)

Newsletter February 1999

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ISA IS COMING! The ISA WASHINGTON CONFERENCE PROGRAM is at: http://csf.colorado.edu/isa/washington/program.html

RECEPTION (FOOD!): Environmental Studies Section/The Environmental Change and Security Project of the Woodrow Wilson Center Reception, Executive Room, Omni Shoreham, Thursday, Feb. 18, 6:00pm – 7:30pm.

ESS BUSINESS MEETING (NO FOOD!): The annual Business Meeting of the Environmental Studies Section will be held on Friday, February 19, from 12:30-1:30 PM in the Capitol Room, Omni Shoreham.

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