The International Studies Encyclopedia, 12 Volume Set
March 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
- Over 400 peer reviewed essays of up to 10,000 words focusing on the most important topics and issues
- Aimed at students, scholars, and practitioners, the essays are designed to allow readers to be brought quickly up-to-date on the nature of the questions asked, past attempts at formulating responses, and the current state of debates
- Comprehensive coverage of the field
- Extensive index volume
- International Studies Online is updated annually and enhanced by live links to archives, datasets, cases, pedagogical aids, and other relevant materials
The project is organized primarily around the sections representing areas of specialization within the ISA. Each specialized section has organized a committee to identify key topics and identify authors.
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Editorial Advisory Board.
Special Rapid Review Board.
List of Reviewers.
Volume I: A – Co.
Advances in Feminist Geography – Conflict Management.
Volume II: Co – Ec.
Conflict Resolution: Feminist Perspectives – Economic Diplomacy.
Volume III: Ec – Ev.
Economic Sanctions and International Security – The Evolution of International Organizations as Institutional Forms and Historical Processes since 1945.
Volume IV: Ev – Ge.
Evolutionary Systems Theory – Gender and the Global Political Economy.
Volume V: Ge – Hi.
Gender and Global Security – The Historical Expansion of International Society.
Volume VI: Hi – In.
Historical Sociology – International Ethics within the International Social Contract.
Volume VII: In – La.
International Law and Armed Conflict – Labor Migrations and the Global Political Economy.
Volume VIII: La – Op.
Late Modernity/Postmodernity – Operational Code Theory: Beliefs and Foreign Policy Decisions.
Volume IX: Or – Re.
Organizing Strategies for Advancing Women in International Studies – Religion, Nationalism, and Transnational Actors.
Volume X: Re – Te.
Responding to Refugee and Humanitarian Crises – Technology and Development in International Communication.
Volume XI: Te – X.
Technology and International Relations – Xenophobia and Anti-Immigrant Politics.
Volume XII: Index.
Geographic subdivisions of ISA, called Regions, provide opportunities to exchange ideas and research with local colleagues. Over twenty special interest groups, called Sections, offer additional contact between members interested in specific areas within the field of international studies. Together, these Regions and Sections allow the creation communities of scholars dedicated to international studies.
ISA's international conferences and annual convention attract scholars from all over the world. ISA cooperates with 53 international studies organizations in 32 countries, and is a member of the International Social Science Council, and has nongovernmental consultative status with the United Nations.
ISA's journals help define the field and showcase the research of our members. The International Studies Quarterly (ISQ) started in conjunction with the Association as its flagship journal. With a broad interdisciplinary and multinational perspective, the International Studies Review (ISR) tracks worldwide trends, synthesizing theory and literature in the field. International Studies Perspectives began publication in 2000 and is focused on teaching, research, and the state of the profession. ISA's most recent journal, Foreign Policy Analysis, provides a peer-reviewed outlet for the highest quality academic research into the processes, outcomes and theories of foreign policy.