Association news

EISA 7th General Assembly Metting in Sofia

Dear EISA members,   you are all cordially invited to attend the General Assembly meeting of EISA at the 13th Pan-European Conference on International Relations in Sofia on 12 September 2019 in Room 1 at 13:15-14:15. This is a great opportunity to look back at the EISA’s activities in 2018 together, to participate in the ratification of the new Governing […]

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Best Graduate Paper 2019: Winner Announcement

The 2019 EISA European Workshops in International Studies (EWIS) at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland attracted 337 participants across 25 workshops. The submissions for consideration as the best paper presented at the workshops by a graduate student were proposed by the workshop conveners who were limited to one paper from their workshop.   It […]

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EISA Board Elections 2019: Result Announcement

EISA Board elections took place between 8-19 April 2019. EISA members cast their vote in the online ballot. We are delighted to announce that the following candidates were elected by our membership:   Marieke de Goede (University of Amsterdam, NL) Gabi Schlag (University of Tübingen, G) Cemal Burak Tansel (University of Sheffield, UK) Catherine Charrett (QMUL, UK) Felix Berenskoetter (SOAS, UK) Juha A. […]

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ECD Group – latest events

The ECD group is currently putting together a variety of panels and roundtables at both the Annual Conference of the British International Studies Association (BISA) in London and the EISA’s Pan-European Conference on International Relations in Sofia (EISA PEC). At BISA, Elisabeth Schweiger and Tamás Peragovics are convening a roundtable entitled “Beyond Horizons of Visibility: […]

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ECD Group – mailing list and twitter account

The EISA’s Early Career Development Group aims to support young scholars in their professional development. The group works towards generating a network of early career scholars and organise discussions around a variety of topics. Please, visit the ECD Events page for the latest activities. If you are a PhD student or early career scholar and […]

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Temporary Access to Journals of the Taylor & Francis

Dear EISA members,   as our association website hase been under reconstruction for a while, the standard online access to Taylor & Francis journals via our website is currently suspended. From 1 August 2019 on, you will be able to get the access directly via your membership zone. Until then, please you the temporary vouchers […]

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Best Article in EJIR 2019

EISA is very happy to announce that the winner of the prize Best Article in European Journal of International Relations is: Joanne Yao for her insightful article: ‘Conquest from barbarism’: The Danube Commission, international order and the control of nature as a Standard of Civilization   Big congratulations to Joanne for this great piece of […]

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Beware of fraudulent hotel agency calls

Dear EISA community, Some of you have reached out to us recently to report some suspicious calls. Please be aware of hotel agencies (EHS – Exhibitors Housing Service in particular) who tend to call conference participants, contacting them and fraudulently claiming that they are doing so on behalf of the actual conference organizers and offering accommodation at advantageous rates. […]

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Winner of the EISA Best Dissertation Award 2019

The EISA supports excellent young scholars in the field of International Relations by awarding, annually, the Best Dissertation Award. This includes the opportunity to publish the dissertation in the Palgrave Studies in International Relations (PSIR) book series. We are happy to announce that the winner of the Best Dissertation Award 2019 is Sorana-Cristina Jude, Department of International […]

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Best Article in Global Affairs 2019

We are delighted to announce our new winner(s) of the Best Article in Global Affairs 2019. The award goes to:   André Barrinha and Thomas Renard for their excellent article “Cyber-Diplomacy: The Making of an International Society in the Digital Age”   You can read it here. Congratulations to you both! Well deserved.  

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