IASA is the only world-wide, independent, non-governmental association for Americanists. Furthering the international exchange of ideas and information among scholars from all nations and various disciplines who study and teach America regionally, hemispherically, nationally, and transnationally, IASA is registered in The Netherlands as a non-profit, international, educational organization with members in more than forty countries around the world.

Announcing the 7th IASA World Conference

Feb
01

Call for Papers

The 7th IASA World Conference

Co-hosted by The International American Studies Association (IASA), The American Studies Association of Korea (ASAK), and The American Studies Institute at Seoul National University (ASI)

Constellating “Americasâ€<9d>: Exchanges and Changes beyond Transnationalism

Seoul, South Korea, August 17-19, 2015


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Statement of the IASA Executive Council issued on August 27, 2014

Jan
31

The Executive Council of the International American Studies Association, whose members are spread over five continents, appeals to the Chancellor of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dr. Phyllis Wise, to reconsider her decision to rescind the offer of a tenured faculty position in American Indian Studies to Professor Steven Salaita, formerly Associate Professor at Virginia Tech.

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Jan
30

IASA now has a Facebook account.

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IAS Prizes Announcement

Jan
29

The International Association of Inter-American Studies (IAS), would like to promote research in the field of Inter-American Studies. Toward this end the association is announcing a competition for two awards, one for the best master's or doctoral thesis and one for the best article in Inter-American Studies completed since 2012. Submitted work does not yet need to be in print for it to be considered. Only work in Spanish or in English can be submitted. Each award carries a cash prize of 250 euros or 330 U.S. dollars.

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Announcing the second year of “OASIS-Orientale American Studies International School

Jan
28

Announcing the second year of “OASIS-Orientale American Studies International School,â€<9d> a one-week school that will take place at Università Orientale’s conference center on the island of Procida, off the coast of Naples, May 4-10, 2014.

School Directors:

Donatella Izzo, Università di Napoli “L’Orientaleâ€<9d> (Italy)

Giorgio Mariani, Università di Roma “Sapienzaâ€<9d> (Italy); President of the International American Studies Association

Confirmed speakers:

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Review of International American Studies (RIAS) – Special Issue Call For Papers

Jan
27

Review of International American Studies (RIAS) – Special Issue

Call For Papers

“Cultural Screenings: Re-Situating American Digital Practicesâ€<9d>

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Announcing the Sixth IASA World Congress

Nov
02

Oceans Apart: In Search of New Wor(l)ds

Szczecin, Poland, 3-6 August 2013

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS EXTENDED TO APRIL 1ST 2013

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Emory Elliott Award for Outstanding Paper Presented at an IASA World Conference (Szczecin, Poland, 3–6 August 2013)

Nov
01

IASA announces a special award to honor the memory of Professor Emory Elliott (1942-2009) in recognition of his contribution to American Studies. He supported an international outlook and encouraged young scholars and professionals both in North America and in other countries around the world, and served for many years on the Executive Council of IASA.

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Donald E. Pease Awarded the ASA's Bode-Pearson Prize for Outstanding Contributions in American Studies

Nov
01

The Carl Bode-Norman Holmes Pearson Prize honors lifetime achievement in and contribution to the field of American Studies. Each year’s prize committee is instructed to consider afresh the meaning of a “lifetime contribution to American Studies.” The definitions of terms like “contribution” and even of “American Studies” remain open, healthily contested, and thus renewed.

The 2012 prizewinner is Donald Pease, Dartmouth College.
 

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IASA Conference - Optional Tour Documents

Jun
01

Reach the top of "Corcovado" by rail. A modern Swiss-made cogwheel rail climbs through "Tijuca" Rain Forest to the top of the mountain (710 meters).

Farewell Tour - Corocovado

Credit card Authorization Form
 

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