Three RegNet alumnae recognised by the International Studies Association

13th April 2021

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The contributions of three RegNet alumnae have been recognised by the International Studies Association (ISA) with awards for bravery in pursuing pioneering scholarship; public scholarship of the highest quality on women in diplomacy; and a lifetime achievement award all announced at the ISA’s 2021 virtual convention.

  Bina D’Costa together with Elisabeth Prügl was awarded the J Ann. Tickner Award, which recognises scholars who consistently combine bravery in pursuing high-quality, pioneering scholarship that pushes the boundaries of the discipline with a deep commitment to service, especially teaching and mentoring.

  Bina is a RegNet collaborator and is now based at the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs. This video gives an overview of her more recent research.

  Susan Harris Rimmer was awarded the Bertha Lutz Award, which recognizes a scholar who is considered to be conducting the highest quality public writing and research on women in diplomacy, defined broadly.

  Hilary Charlesworth was awarded the Distinguished Scholar Award, which recognises an individual whose lifetime achievements in scholarship, teaching, and mentoring have made a significant impact on the study of international law.

  For more from Hilary on her work in international law, take a look at this recent ANU College of Law video where Hilary discusses the pandemic paradox in international law.

Congratulations to all the recipients.  

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