Rachel Gisselquist speaks at the International Studies Association Annual Conference

Rachel M. Gisselquist will present in two sessions at the International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Conference held online. The first session will share new research with Andrea Vaccaro from the State and statebuilding in the Global South – international and local interactions project and the second session will feature findings from Addressing group-based inequalities project. Details on the two sessions can be found below. To register for the conference, visit the ISA conference site.

Session 1: Panel Discussion (08:00–09:00 ETD)

Chair: Marina Rudyak (Heidelberg University)
Discussant: Amy S. Patterson (University of the South)

  • ‘What does the response to Covid-19 tell us about the state?’, with Rachel M. Gisselquist and Andrea Vaccaro
  • ‘COVID-19: A Game Changer in the World Economic and Political Order’, with Ashwani Jassal and Priya Gahlot
  • ‘Politics and International Development in African slums — post-COVID-19 Nairobi’, with Kenya A.R. Pashayan
  • ‘Public Support for Foreign Aid among Chinese Nationals Amidst COVID-19’, with Zhihang Ruan

Session 2: Panel Discussion (14:00–15:15 ETD)

Chair: Elif Çetin (University of Cambridge; and Yaşar University)
Discussant: Nicholas Micinski (ISA Rosenau Postdoctoral Fellow, Boston University)

  • ‘Forced migration, ethnic inequality, and integration — Understanding cross-country variation’, with Rachel M. Gisselquist
  • ‘The Global, Regional, and Local Nexus of Migration: The Case of Greece’, with Tina Mavrikos-Adamou
  • ‘The Global Compact on Migration: convergence or divergence with EU policies?’, with Laura Pascual Matellán and Juan Santos Vara