Newsletter January 1993

The 1993 ISA Meetings in Acapulco

This year’s ISA meetings will be held in Acapulco, Mexico, March 23-27. The Environmental Studies Section (ESS) is sponsoring 15 panels coordinated by ESS chair Barbara Jancar-Webster, which is again a new record for the section and an indication of the increasing prominence of international and global environmental issues.

The titles of the panels and dates are indicated below. The com- plete convention program has been circulated to all ISA members in the December 1992 issue of the International Studies Newslet- ter.

-Practitioners’ Roundtable (Wed A19)

-Governing the Commons (Wed B18)

Newsletter June 1992

NEWS FROM THE ESS BUSINESS MEETING

The annual meeting of the ESS was held on April 3, 1992 in con- junction with the ISA convention at the Atlanta Hilton.

Newly elected members of the Executive Committee, whose terms expire in 1994, are:

Ronnie Lipschutz (University of California– Santa Cruz)
Tom Princen
(University of Michigan)
Beatriz Ramacciotti (Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru)

Carry-over members, whose terms expire in 1993, are:
Matthias Finger (University of Geneva)
Allen L. Springer (Bowdoin College)
Tapani Vaahtoranta (Finnish Institute of International Affairs)

Newsletter January 1992

ISA Meetings in Atlanta

The 33rd annual ISA convention is scheduled for Atlanta, March 31-April 4, 1992 at the Atlanta Hilton and Towers. Indicative of the increased salience of the environment in international affairs, the Environmental Studies Section is sponsoring a record 13 panels, coordinated by ESS chair Barbara Jancar-Webster, which span the entire period of the meetings. The titles and times of the panels are listed below. A full listing of the papers is in the preliminary program in the December 1991 issue of the Inter- national Studies Newsletter, which has been sent to all ISA mem- bers.

Newsletter June 1991

NEWS FROM THE ESS BUSINESS MEETING

The annual business meeting of the ESS was held on March 22, 1991 in conjunction with the ISA convention at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Barbara Jancar-Webster (State University of New York– Brockport) was elected to a two-year term as chair of the Sec- tion, succeeding Oran Young (Dartmouth College), who presided over the meeting.

Newly elected of the Executive Committee, whose terms expire in 1993, are:

Matthias Finger
(Syracuse University/ University of Geneva)
Allen L. Springer
(Bowdoin College)
Tapani Vaahtoranta (Finnish Institute of International Affairs).

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