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CISS at the annual ISA Conference 2014

By Raelene Loong

18 March, 2014

CISS staff and associates head to Toronto for the annual ISA International Studies Association Convention next week.

 

Here is a list of all CISS members participating in this year's ISA Convention in Toronto.

James Der Derian

Wednesday, March 26th - 1:45pm to 3:30pm
Willow Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto
WC10: "The Geopolitics of New and Built Spaces/Places"
Professor Der Derian will be the panel discussant

Thursday, March 27th - 1:45pm to 3:30pm
Sheraton B, Sheraton Centre Toronto
TC13: "Diplomacy: Visualising Nations, Constructing Global Publics, Structuring World Order"
Professor Der Derian will be the panel discussant

Thursday, March 27th - 4:00pm to 5:45pm
Cedar, Sheraton Centre Toronto
TD24: "Strategic Studies and Social Theory: Bridging Two Provinces of IR"
Professor Der Derian will be the panel chair

Friday, March 28th - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Dominion North, Sheraton Centre Toronto
FL04: "Film/Filming in IR: Quantum Effects"
Professor Der Derian will be screening a preview of the Q Symposium documentary

Friday, March 28th - 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Dominion South, Sheraton Centre Toronto
FE05: "Geopolitics and Cinematic Utopia/Dystopia: Project Z"
Professor Der Derian will be screening with Director Phillip Gara their documentary film Project Z, followed by panel discussion


Benjamin Goldsmith

Tuesday, March 25th - 9:30am to 5:30pm
PWG02: "Forecasting International Events (By Invitation Only)"
Professor Goldsmith will be presenting his paper titled "Forecasting Genocide and Politicide over Five-year Periods: Towards a better model"

Thursday, March 27th - 8:15am - 10am
Elgin, Sheraton Centre Toronto
TA63: "Tensions in Interstate Rivalries and the Regional Order in East Asia"
Professor Goldsmith will be chairing the panel

Friday, March 28th - 10:30am - 12:15pm
Suite 2029, Sheraton Centre Toronto
FB40: "Theoretical and Quantitative Investigation of Asia-Pacific Security Issues
Professor Goldsmith will be presenting his paper titled "Domestic Political Institutions and International Conflict Behavior in East Asia"

 

Ryan Griffiths

Wednesday, March 26th - 10:30am - 12:15pm
"Territorial Designs in Foreign and Domestic Policies"
Dr. Griffiths will be presenting his paper titled "More Stability than Harmony: State, Nation, and Territoriality in the Pax Sinica"

 

Thomas Wilkins

Thursday, March 27th - 10:30am - 12:15pm
Varley, Hilton Toronto
TB37: "Japan's 'Decline' and the East Asian 'Power Shift' Revisited"
Dr. Wilkins will be presenting his paper "'Japan is Back' (?): Looking at the Prospects for Japanese Grand Strategy in an Era of Power Shift"

Thursday, March 27th - 4pm - 5:45pm
Forest Hill, Sheraton Centre Toronto
TD50: "Re-rising Japan"
Dr. Wilkins will be a discussant.

 

Jingdong Yuan

Thursday, March 27th - 8:15am - 10am
TA41:" India: Foreign Policy of an Emerging but Ambivalent Power"
Professor Yuan will be presenting his paper "Sino-Indian Relations: Chindia or Rivals Ahead?"

Saturday, March 29 - 10:30am - 12:15pm
SB52: "Explaining China's Foreign Relations"
Professor Yuan will be presenting "The All-Weather Ties No More? How Beijing Manages Its Relations with Pakistan"

 

Adam Kamradt-Scott

Wednesday, March 26th - 8:15am - 10am
WA69: "Exploring the Linkages between Global Health and Security"
Dr. Kamradt-Scott will be presenting his paper titled "Civil-Military Relations & Health Security: A Way Forward to Better Relations?"

Friday, March 28th - 1:45pm - 3:50pm
Roosevelt, Sheraton Centre Toronto
FC59: "The Evolution of the health security agenda: Past, present and future"
Dr. Kamradt-Scott will be presenting his paper titled "Health, Security and Diplomacy: Looking back, where to next?"

 

Sarah Phillips & Justin Hastings

Saturday, March 29th - 10:30am - 12:15pm
SB16: "Non-State Actors: Mercenaries, Pirates, and Death Squads"
Dr. Phillips and Hastings will be presenting a paper from their joint ARC project titled "Maritime piracy business networks and local governance in Africa and the Middle East"

Contact:Raelene Loong
Phone: 61 2 9351 7663 (Mon & Tues)
Email:raelene.loong@sydney.edu.au

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