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International Studies Association’s 57th annual convention re-cap

Last month, we were thrilled to see so many of you at ISA’s 57th Annual Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. Being able to communicate with so many International Studies Association members from all different fields and backgrounds is an opportunity our OUP Staff looks forward to every year. We would like to thank everyone who stopped by our booth, and specifically, all of our authors who made the trip to represent themselves and their books with pride.

Award Winners

OUP would like to highlight two of our published works that were honored with ISA Award recognition.

Bodies of ViolenceLauren B. Wilcox’ Bodies of Violence, an unprecedented study of the biopower to the conception of violence in International Relations, has been awarded the 2016 ISA Theory Section Book Award.


Rightlessness in an Age of Rights Ayten Gündogdu’s Rightlessness in an Age of Rights, a critical inquiry of human rights for the purpose of understanding contemporary problems of migrants, was recognized as a Runner-Up for the 2016 ISA Theory Section Book Award.


ISA 2016 Top Sellers

Our booth was bustling with conversation and engagement throughout the conference. As a part of our conference presence, OUP offered hundreds of titles for sale at discounted prices which we hope everyone was able to take full advantage of. Without further adieu, we’d like to reveal the conferences Top Sellers!

  1. Taliaferro, Lobell, & Rispman’s Neoclassical Realist Theory of International Politics
  2. Diehl, Balas, & Goertz’ The Puzzle of Peace
  3. Cynthia Weber’s Queer International Relations
  4. Risse & Borzel’s Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism
  5. David Kilcullen’s Blood Year
  6. Colin Dueck’s Obama Doctrine
  7. Leif Wenar’s Blood Oil
  8. Rajan Menon’s The Conceit of Humanitarian Intervention


Conference Slideshow

Our marketers who attended the meeting would also like to take this opportunity to share some of their “snapshots” of authors who visited our booth!

Stop by at the next conference!

Featured Image: “Atlanta Skyline – enilykS atnaltA” by Joiseyshowaa CC-BY-SA-2.0 via Flickr

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