Exploring the Past, Anticipating the Future: A Symposium

@article{Schneider2010ExploringTP,
  title={Exploring the Past, Anticipating the Future: A Symposium},
  author={G. Schneider and N. P. Gleditsch and Sabine C Carey},
  journal={International Studies Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={1-7}
}
The articles in this symposium were presented under the convention theme at the 50th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association in New York City, February 15‐18, 2009. The editors served as President of the ISA (Gleditsch) and Program Chairs of the convention (Carey, Schneider). This introduction borrows from our description of the convention theme. Our work has been supported by the German Peace Research Foundation (Schneider), the Research Council of Norway (Gleditsch), and… Expand
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