global politics, relationally

9 Mar 2015
by Brandon Valeriano
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Just What Counts as a Diverse Scholar?: The Meaning and Importance of Diversity in International Studies Associations

It seems as if a critical mass of the community of IR scholars have settled on the notion that diversity is important, both in substance and in representation.  The problem is that this critical mass has very little conception of … Continue reading

9 Apr 2014
by Laura Sjoberg

A Stranger in a (Not So) Strange Land

I have had the privilege to spend today at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida. I was invited by Phil Steinberg on behalf of the journal Political Geography to comment on a … Continue reading