International Studies Association

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Name: International Studies Association
First reported Apr 14 2014 - Updated Apr 14 2014 - 1 reports

Diplomacy’s Public Dimension: Books, Articles, Websites #69

by Bruce Gregory* Hisham Aidi, “America’s Hip-Hop Foreign Policy,” The Atlantic, March 20, 2014.   Aidi (Columbia University) examines changes in the musical genre hip-hop, its political and cultural dynamics, and its use by US and European governments ... [Published CSC Center for Strategic Communication - Apr 14 2014]
First reported Apr 09 2014 - Updated Apr 09 2014 - 1 reports

ASIL Holds First Joint Conference With International Law Association

April 8, 2014For the first time in its history, the American Society of International Law (ASIL) will hold a joint conference with the American branch of the International Law Association (ILA) from April 7 to 12 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International ... [Published District of Columbia Bar - Apr 09 2014]
First reported Apr 08 2014 - Updated Apr 08 2014 - 1 reports

2016 elections: Battle of Aquino, Binay narratives

The unfolding political drama leading to 2016 can be seen as a preview to a sequel of the Aquino presidency or a prequel to a Binay presidencyDean Julio TeehankeeDespite the general impression that the upcoming 2016 presidential election is going to be ... [Published Rappler - Apr 08 2014]
First reported Apr 02 2014 - Updated Apr 02 2014 - 1 reports

Winners of international blogging awards announced

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 1-Apr-2014Los Angeles, CA (27 March, 2014) – The second International Studies blog awards, supported by one of the leading independent and academic publishers, SAGE, took place last night in Toronto. Hosted by Jon Western and Charlie ... [Published EurekAlert! - Apr 02 2014]
First reported Apr 01 2014 - Updated Apr 01 2014 - 1 reports

Forced Labour, Trafficking, and Slavery: The Political Economy of Exploitation and Protection in the 21st Century

When:12 May 2014 - 14:00 - 16:00Where:The Arts Tower Boardroom, The University of Sheffield Western Bank, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S10 2TNBISA-IPEG/University of Sheffield SeminarOver the past fifteen years, forced labour, trafficking, and slavery have ... [Published Migrants Rights Network - Apr 01 2014]
First reported Mar 31 2014 - Updated Mar 31 2014 - 1 reports

Professor examines foreign policy through Russia's lens

LAWRENCE – After Russia’s invasion of Crimea, the West is wondering what comes next in its relationship with the former Cold War enemy. A University of Kansas professor believes to better understand Russia’s motives, political commentators and scholars ... [Published University of Kansas - Mar 31 2014]
First reported Mar 30 2014 - Updated Mar 30 2014 - 1 reports

McGill professor to discuss Pakistan April 2 at OWU

McGill University professor T. V. Paul will discuss the geopolitical setbacks Pakistan has faced in recent decades on Wednesday, April 2, at Ohio Wesleyan University. The program is free and open to the public.Paul will speak at 7:30 p.m. in Benes Room ... [Published This Week Delaware - Mar 30 2014]
First reported Mar 10 2014 - Updated Mar 10 2014 - 1 reports

What Are Academics Good For?

I was at a fintech (financial technology) startup-type event a few nights ago with a postdoc researcher from the London School of Economics. We were both there as we are interested in academic research on the topic (her, professionally; me, well, I'm ... [Published Huffington Post - Mar 10 2014]
First reported Feb 11 2014 - Updated Feb 11 2014 - 1 reports

Foreign Entanglements: Coalitions, Caveats, and Blogging

In this week’s episode of Foreign Entanglements , I speak with Steve Saideman about the recent difficulties with the International Studies Association: We also talk at length about Steve’s new book, NATO in Afghanistan: Fighting Together, Fighting ... [Published Lawyers, Guns & Money - Feb 11 2014]
First reported Jan 30 2014 - Updated Jan 30 2014 - 2 reports

NO. NEXT QUESTION? Is Blogging Unscholarly? The political science blogosphere has erupted in pr…

NO. NEXT QUESTION? Is Blogging Unscholarly? The political science blogosphere has erupted in protest after the International Studies Association unveiled a proposal to bar members affiliated with its scholarly journal from doing just that — blogging. ... [Published Instapundit - Jan 30 2014]
First reported Jan 28 2014 - Updated Jan 29 2014 - 2 reports

Academic group proposes editor blogging ban to keep 'professional' tone

The Duck of Minerva academic blog collective. Photograph: /Duck of MinervaA major academic body is proposing that editors of its journals be banned from blogging in an effort to maintain a “professional” environment.The International Studies Association ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Jan 29 2014]
First reported Jan 28 2014 - Updated Jan 28 2014 - 1 reports

Inherently Unprofessional?

Well, this is just plain stupid: Is blogging inherently unprofessional ?  Some people seem to think so, perhaps because they read my stuff, but there are plenty of bloggers far more professional than I.  As a member of the  International Studies ... [Published Lawyers, Guns & Money - Jan 28 2014]

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Dan Nexon, co-founder of the Duck of Minerva blog and founder of the awards said: "There's a lot of terrific content out there, including high-quality scholarly discussions that deserve to be part of the broader conversation in the field. The network of international studies blogs brings together scholars who would otherwise be divided by methodology, geography, and area of interest. It links them into a community of discourse that includes not only academics, but also students, practitioners, and autodidacts. We hope that these awards increase the field's awareness of international-studies blogging. But, most important, we want to recognize the achievements of truly outstanding bloggers writing about international studies from a scholarly perspective."
In late March, Omelicheva presented her paper, “Russian Foreign Policy in the 21 st Century: Deciphering Russia’s ‘Geopolitics Code, "” at the annual International Studies Association convention in Toronto. Part of the paper looked at Russia’s conduct in Ukraine."
"Some of the smartest thinkers on problems at home and around the world are university professors, but most of them just don't matter in today's great debates. The most stinging dismissal of a point is to say: 'That's academic.' In other words, to be a scholar is, often, to be irrelevant."
"No editor of any ISA journal or member of any editorial team of an ISA journal can create or actively manage a blog unless it is an official blog of the editor's journal or the editorial team's journal."

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Diplomacy’s Public Dimension: Books, Articles, ... [Published CSC Center for Strategic Communication - Apr 14 2014]
ASIL Holds First Joint Conference With Internat... [Published District of Columbia Bar - Apr 09 2014]
2016 elections: Battle of Aquino, Binay narratives [Published Rappler - Apr 08 2014]
Winners of international blogging awards announced [Published EurekAlert! - Apr 02 2014]
Forced Labour, Trafficking, and Slavery: The Po... [Published Migrants Rights Network - Apr 01 2014]
Professor examines foreign policy through Russi... [Published University of Kansas - Mar 31 2014]
McGill professor to discuss Pakistan April 2 at... [Published This Week Delaware - Mar 30 2014]
Beiträge gesucht: Politische Theorie und Intern... [Published theorieblog.de - Mar 17 2014]
Binay's new party and chaleco politics [Published Rappler - Mar 16 2014]
What Are Academics Good For? [Published Huffington Post - Mar 10 2014]
Professors, We Need You! [Published Anwar Ibrahim - Feb 19 2014]
Foreign Entanglements: Coalitions, Caveats, and... [Published Lawyers, Guns & Money - Feb 11 2014]
Blogger? You’re Not a Gentleman or a Scholar [Published Politisite - Jan 31 2014]
Why all the angst? Blogging is far from dead | ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Jan 31 2014]
NO. NEXT QUESTION? Is Blogging Unscholarly? The... [Published Instapundit - Jan 30 2014]
Academics protest at proposal to ban them from ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Jan 30 2014]
Academic group proposes editor blogging ban to ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Jan 29 2014]
Uncertain Dots, Academic Blogs [Uncertain Princ... [Published ScienceBlogs : Combined Feed - Jan 29 2014]
ISA v. Blogs [Published Outside The Beltway | OTB - Jan 28 2014]
Inherently Unprofessional? [Published Lawyers, Guns & Money - Jan 28 2014]
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Diplomacy’s Public Dimension: Books, Articles, ... [Published CSC Center for Strategic Communication - Apr 14 2014]
by Bruce Gregory* Hisham Aidi, “America’s Hip-Hop Foreign Policy,” The Atlantic, March 20, 2014.   Aidi (Columbia University) examines changes in the musical genre hip-hop, its political and cultural dynamics, and its use by US and European governments ...
Beiträge gesucht: Politische Theorie und Intern... [Published theorieblog.de - Mar 17 2014]
Für das International Studies Compendium Project  (eine zwölfbändige Enzyklopädie über zentrale Ansätze in den IB inkl. Online-Ressource) ist derzeit ein Call veröffentlicht für den Beitrag zum Band für International Relations Theory. Erbeten werden ...
Professors, We Need You! [Published Anwar Ibrahim - Feb 19 2014]
The New York Times SOME of the smartest thinkers on problems at home and around the world are university professors, but most of them just don’t matter in today’s great debates. The most stinging dismissal of a point is to say: “That’s academic.” ...
Foreign Entanglements: Coalitions, Caveats, and... [Published Lawyers, Guns & Money - Feb 11 2014]
In this week’s episode of Foreign Entanglements , I speak with Steve Saideman about the recent difficulties with the International Studies Association: We also talk at length about Steve’s new book, NATO in Afghanistan: Fighting Together, Fighting ...
Blogger? You’re Not a Gentleman or a Scholar [Published Politisite - Jan 31 2014]
If J.D. Salinger found out that ‘kid’ was Blogger, he certainly would have never said he was a “ Gentleman and a Scholar. “  But how could he know what kind of ‘kid’ he was anyway, there were no blogging or bloggers when he penned the book, ‘ The Catcher ...
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