Terror and Typhoid: Security and Disease in the International Sphere
Are security and disease related issues? Should they be? What links them, how are they linked, and what does that mean for the study of international relations? We are seeking papers on either the places where disease and terror are brought together, or analyses of the way that the discussion of the two comes together in the discipline.
We hope to assemble a panel of graduate student work on disease and security for the upcoming ISA Northeast conference in Philadelphia, 17-19 November, 2005. Abstracts and proposals are due on 27 May. So if you are interested (or know someone who is) please contact Elizabeth Breier-Sharlow (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Priya Dixit (e-mail address provided below) with details about your proposed paper and contact information.
Priya Dixit or Elizabeth Breier-Sharlow,
School of International Service
Washington, DC 20016 Email: email@example.com
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