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International Collaboration (Section 48)

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The International Collaboration (IC) Section of the American Political Science Association works to promote and disseminate research in and teaching of all facets of international collaboration and to encourage the interchange of ideas about international collaboration within the IC Section, and with our disciplines, practitioners, and interested persons.

Founded: 2018
Yearly membership dues: $0 for students; $10 for all other members

Section Counts

Section Officers

Chair
Leslie Johns
University of California,
Los Angeles

Vice-Chair
Jana Von Stein
Australian National University

Secretary/Treasurer
Hyeran Jo
Texas A&M University 

2020 Annual Meeting Program Chair
Ranjit Lall, London School of Economics


Section Awards

Section awards are presented during the APSA Annual Meeting Awards Ceremony. International Collaboration will begin presenting awards at the 2019 APSA Annual Meeting.

All section 48. International Collaboration awards to-date »


Best Article Award

The Best Article Award is given for the best article on international collaboration published in 2019.  Nominations, which must include a PDF of the article and publication information, should be emailed to the Section Chair at: [email protected]

Nominations due: January 15, 2020

Award Committee: 

Tanisha Fazal, Chair
University of Minnesota
[email protected]

Elliot Posner
Case Western Reserve University
[email protected]

Svanhildur Thorvaldsdottir
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
[email protected]


Best Book Award

The Best Book Award is given for the best book on international collaboration published in 2019.  Nominations, which must include a PDF of the full book manuscript, should be emailed to the Section Chair at: [email protected]

Nominations Due: January 15, 2020

Award Committee:

Susanna Campbell, Chair
American University
[email protected]

Charles Hankla
Georgia State University
[email protected]

Jonas Tallberg
Stockholm University
[email protected]


Best Dissertation Award

The Best Dissertation Award is given for the best dissertation on international collaboration for a Ph.D. awarded in 2019.  Students may self-nominate their dissertations. Nominations, which must include a PDF of the filed version of the dissertation, should be emailed to the Section Chair at: [email protected]

Nomination Deadline: January 15, 2020

Award Committee:

Daniela Donno, Chair
University of Cyprus
[email protected]

Neil Narang
University of California, Santa Barbara
[email protected]

Abraham Newmann
Georgetown University
[email protected]

 

Distinguished Mentor Award

The Distinguished Mentor Award is given for excellence in mentoring graduate students and junior faculty in the study of international collaboration.  We particularly welcome nominations from groups of scholars who can provide a holistic assessment of their nominee's impact as a mentor.  Nominations should be emailed to the Section Chair at: [email protected]

Nomination Deadline: January 15, 2020

Award Committee:

Jana Von Stein, Chair
Australian National University
[email protected]

Nikhar Gaikwad
Columbia University
[email protected]

Jessica Stanton
Temple University
[email protected]

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