In line with the tradition of exploratory workshops, themes may include, but are not limited to, topics that invite intellectual debates, such as globality, decoloniality, relationality, and other, perhaps more ‘classical’, approaches. Selected papers will be grouped into panels and discussed with senior scholars from the Global South and the Global North.
Eligibility. Successful applicants will have a clear profile as promising scholars of any epistemological background dedicated to International Studies in the initial stages of their career. Normally they will be members of one of the member associations of WISC.
Format. Complete applications must include: (1) a paper proposal (up to 1.000 words, excluding bibliography) specifying the extant contribution to International Studies; (2) CV (1 page) and (3) list of publications. References (i.e., names of scholars who may possibly be willing to provide letters of reference if requested) are not required, but up to three references may be provided.
Contact and Deadline. Applicants must submit proposals electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org using a pdf document format. Applications with all required accompanying materials contained in a single pdf-file, must be received by January 29th , 2021. If you do not receive an email confirmation within seven days after sending your proposal, please resend it to the same address since there may have been transmission problems. All applicants will receive notification as to whether their proposal has been accepted in late February 2021.