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EISA ECD GROUP-CALL FOR NEW MEMBERS

The aim of the Early Career Development Group (ECD) group is to create safe, generous, and diverse spaces for early career scholars in International Studies and related disciplines. It does so by actively stimulating and contributing to EISA, assisting its board in matters concerning ECDs, and organizing meetings and activities. In this context, thematic discussions […]

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EISA Governing Board Statement on the Invasion of Ukraine

As a professional association representing International Relations communities across the world, we are deeply concerned about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. We regard and condemn the Russian Government’s action as an act of aggression and extend our solidarity to all those who are affected by the violence.   In addition to the unacceptable human cost of […]

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Paid Position: Communications Assistant

THE APPLICATION IS CLOSED  European International Studies Association is seeking a Communications Assistant to provide administrative support to the EISA Office and the Governing Board.   THE POSITION The position is part-time and will be paid on a competitive hourly-basis. Communications Assistant will be responsible for: Supporting the EISA’s communications strategy Preparing and scheduling email […]

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EISA PEC 2022: Abstract Submission is Open!

We invite paper, panel and roundtable proposals for submission for the EISA 15th Pan-European Conference on International Relations to be held in Athens from 1-4 September 2022. The Conference Theme for this year is ‘Pandaemonium: Interrogating the apocalyptic imaginaries of our time’. Proposals can be submitted to any of the thematic sections on the 2022 programme. The list of […]

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Introducing EISA x RIPE Mobility Grants for Early Career IPE Scholars

EISA has launched a new mobility grant scheme for early career IPE scholars in collaboration with the Review of International Political Economy. This scheme is designed to support early career colleagues whose research focus on or engage extensively with IPE and will be open to PEC participants. Awardees will receive a fixed grant of €300 […]

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EWIS2022 is now accepting abstract submissions

We are delighted to announce that #EWIS2022 workshops are now accepting abstract submissions. Submit your paper to join one of the 28 workshops the EISA community will organise in Thessaloniki! Submission details: here Deadline: 31 January 2022  

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Join EISA’s free online event: Post-Doc funding in the European Union

Date: 10 February 2022, 15:00 – 17:00 CET Click here for more information: https://eisa-net.org/ecd-events/

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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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