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.

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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Emory Elliott Award for Outstanding Paper Presented at an IASA World Conference

Jan
01

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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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CONFERENCE DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JANUARY 20TH

Dec
01

Due to technical difficulties, the conference website will not be back online until after January 1st. To accommodate this delay, the new deadline is JANUARY 20th. Please contact Executive Director Sonia Torres, if you are still unable to register online. Thank you!
 

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Comparative American Studies - 30% discount on individual subscription rate

Oct
01

IASA members can receive a discounted, individual rate subscription to Comparative American Studies by clicking here. To purchase, please click on Subscribe, choose the IASA Membership subscription to CAS, and follow the purchase instructions to complete your order.
 

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Letter from IASA President, Jane Desmond

Jan
01

Dear IASA Colleagues around the World:


All of you have no doubt been watching with distress the news of the devastating earthquake in Haiti. As many of our members work not only on the U.S. but also on the "Americas" more broadly, including the Caribbean, I wanted to send a message providing some information that I hope you will find useful.

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