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EISA is proud to launch its new podcast series “Voices”.

Voices: The EISA Podcast is the official broadcast of EISA. This space for cutting-edge research in the discipline of International Relations is the audible companion to EISA. Apart from our flagship conference, the EISA organises a range of innovative events and activities for scholars and students working in the field of International Studies. This podcast […]

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Written – or Examined – an Excellent PhD Dissertation? Send it to us!

The European International Studies Association (EISA) seeks nominations for its annual Best Dissertation Award. The award recognizes outstanding work by young scholars in the field of International Relations and is awarded to doctoral dissertations that make a highly original and significant contribution to scholarship. The winner will receive a year’s free EISA membership and free […]

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EISA Governing Board Statement on Academic Freedom Concerns at University of Glasgow

The European International Studies Association (EISA) is concerned about the violations of Academic Freedom at the University of Glasgow against Dr Somdeep Sen, Associate Professor of International Development Studies at Roskilde University. We stand in solidarity with the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISMES) who have written to the University of Glasgow about this […]

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Join EISA’s free online event: Post-Doctoral Funding in the UK

Date: 1 November, 14:00 – 15:30 GMT The application season for postdoctoral funding and fellowships is once again in full swing. Making sense of funding opportunities and the challenges of applying for them can be tough. To support its early-career members with the next steps in their career, EISA is delighted to offer two related events intended to […]

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Greetings from the new EISA President and Executive Secretary

Dear friends and colleagues, We are honoured to be nominated by the Governing Board and humbled by the General Assembly’s decision to elect us as the new President and Executive Secretary of EISA. We wanted to give you a quick update to highlight some of our immediate plans and objectives for the association. As you […]

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European Review of International Studies (ERIS): Call for Special Issues 2022 and 2023

The Editors of the European Review of International Studies (3 issues a year published by Brill) invite submissions either from individuals or from teams of scholars for the publication of a special issue of the journal in 2022 or 2023. We are open to all imaginative proposals but particularly welcome those from younger European scholars […]

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Call for papers and panels: Six decades of the Past Six decades for the Future: “An International conference celebrating 60 years of teaching and researching International Relations in Slovenia”

 Six decades of the Past  Six decades for the Future  An International conference celebrating 60 years of teaching and researching International Relations in Slovenia Call for papers and panels Ljubljana, 8 and 9 October 2021 (online) DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 20 August 2021   This conference aims to capture both the past and the present, in […]

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EISA Board Elections 2021

Dear EISA community, we are happy to announce the results of EISA 2021 Board Elections. The five new Board members are Debbie Lisle (Queen’s University Belfast), Beste İşleyen (University of Amsterdam), Sonia Lucarelli (University of Bologna), Thierry Balzacq (Sciences Po CERI) and Corina Lacatus (Queen Mary, University of London). They will join the current Board members Juha Vuori (University of Tampere), Cemal Burak Tansel (University […]

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Statement on adopting the IHRA definition at UK Universities and worldwide

The European International Studies Association (EISA) is a leading academic organisation for the study of International Relations and Global Politics. The EISA is deeply concerned with the adoption of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism at universities worldwide and the current external pressure for the acceptance of the definition at UK […]

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Call for Papers: 42nd Annual Conference of the Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies

The Association will hold its 42nd Conference, organised by the School of Modern Languages Cardiff University, from 1-3 September 2021. The conference will be hosted entirely online. You are cordially invited to offer a paper, panel, or workshop presentation. Proposals for individual papers as well as panels on specific themes (max. four papers per panel) […]

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