Online Event- Charting Your Course to Publication: Insights from Journal Editors

WHEN, WHERE  : 19 June at 16:00 CEST, ZOOM platform   Are you an aspiring scholar looking to make your mark in the world of academia? Does the thought of publishing your first peer-reviewed journal article seem daunting? Perhaps you’re an experienced researcher struggling to refine that tricky draft that just won’t seem to come […]

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Online Event- Israel / Palestine: History, Economy, International Law

Our next online event will take place on 22 May 2024, 17:00 CEST, co-organised with the University of Turin’s History Department, in collaboration with the Collegio Einaudi and the Scuola di Studi Superiori Ferdinando Rossi (SSST).  Join a thought-provoking discussion on the overlooked aspects regarding Israel and Palestine. Raffaella Del Sarto from the European University Institute, Rula […]

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EISA statement on academic freedom and Palestine

As an academic association representing scholars of international relations the EISA wishes to express its growing concern with the repeated and flagrant attacks on the academic freedom of scholars working on issues related to Palestine-Israel, the ongoing violence across Palestine, and questions of genocide. These are all issues of scholarly concern to many of our […]

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Few places still available for this Funded Networking Workshop

The collective accession of central and eastern European (CEE) countries to NATO and the EU was meant, among other objectives, to fundamentally end a long history of geopolitical games in the region. “Return to Europe” was envisaged as the restoration of the region’s rightful place in the Euro-Atlantic family of free, prosperous and secure nations. […]

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EISA Postdoctoral Bridge Grants 2024: Recipients Announced

We are pleased to announce the winners of the EISA Postdoctoral Bridge Grant scheme: Mark Gilks Jamal Nabulsi Khushi Singh Rathore Vic Castro Cagla Demirel   EISA Postdoctoral Bridge Grants support recently graduated or final-year PhD students who have not secured an academic contract or fellowship. They are designed to help bridge the gap between […]

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EISA Dissertation Fieldwork Support Grant

Rationale Many PhD candidates writing their dissertations in International Studies use fieldwork data. However, due to various reasons (scholarship type, institutional budgetary cuts), they lack the finances for fieldwork travel. EISA Dissertation Fieldwork Support Grant aims to support this crucial part of PhD research through the provision of a one-time payment aimed at covering travel […]

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Online Event- The Shifting Landscape in International Security: A 360-Degree Examination

Date: 3 June at 16:00 CET   The shifting landscape in international security presents multifaceted challenges, from the resurgence of great power competition to violence inflicted by both state and non-state actors. Join ISA and EISA to discuss some of the most pressuring security challenges facing the world today. Neil Oculi will cover climate change, […]

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Early Career Development Group: Call for 4 New Members

  The Early Career Development (ECD) group of the EISA is looking for four new members to join its already existing group. The position is for a two-year term. The new members will contribute to the activities of the ECD group, namely the organization of online and offline events, including during the Pan-European Conference on […]

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Free online workshop- Education for Impact: Navigating Global Challenges through Reinvented International Studies Curricula

In this transformative age of disruption, this workshop aspires to serve as an essential platform to confront a paramount question: How should we adapt and reshape the landscape of international studies education to equip our students for the multifaceted challenges of the 21st century? From the profound impact of technology and artificial intelligence on global […]

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EISA Governing Board Statement on attacks on higher education and academic freedom in Palestine

The European International Studies Association is committed to upholding academic freedom including the ability of academics to work and students to learn in safety. The EISA therefore condemns in the strongest possible terms the destruction of the Islamic University of Gaza and Al-Azhar University in Gaza. The total destruction of both universities means the elimination […]

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