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International Studies Association Convention 2015: a conference and city guide

The International Studies Association Annual Convention will be held in New Orleans this week. The conference will be focusing on Global International Relations and Regional Worlds, A New Agenda for International Studies.

If you’re attending, stop by booths 202, 204, and 206 to take advantage of our conference discount. Be sure to check out some of the panels and lectures our authors will be giving.

Paul F. Steinberg, author of Who Rules the Earth? How Social Rules Shape our Planet and Our Lives, which won the Genner Innovative Teaching Award, is chairing and speaking in the session “Using Digital and Social Media in the Classroom and Beyond to Represent and Question Science” on Thursday from 10:30-12:15.

Tana Johnson, whose Organizational Progeny: Why Governments are Losing Control over the Proliferating Structures of Global Governance won the Chadwick F. Alger Prize for Best Book on International Organization and Multilateralism, will be speaking on the panel “Location, Location, Location: The Politics of IGO Headquarters” on Thursday, also at 10:30-12:15.

Best Book Award winner Shiping Tang, author of The Social Evolution of International Politics, is chair and speaker at “Interregional Dialogue: Regions, Ideas, and Global IR” on Thursday from 4-5:45.

Be sure to carve out some time to explore our beautiful host city. We’ve highlighted some key neighborhoods and sites to visit in New Orleans. Happy Mardi Gras!

Image Credit: New Orleans French Quarter by Sami99tr. CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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