Christine Worobec has been selected as the recipient of the 2017 ASEEES Distinguished Contributions to Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Award. The Distinguished Contributions Award is ASEEES’ highest honor, recognizing individuals with an exemplary record of sustained achievement in the field through scholarship, training, and service to the profession.
Refelections on the roundtable "Portable Practices of Critical Social Inquiry: Taking East Central Europe Global” from last years annual conference.
NewsNet is dedicated to helping SEEES specialists explore carees beyond the professoriate. With the guidance of the ASEEES Committee on NonAcademic Careers, we have assembled a variety of articles that address this issue from multiple angles. This article offers advice and resources for Ph.D. students considering alternative careers.
ASEEES expresses its steadfast support for the European University at St. Petersburg as it faces a critical moment in an ongoing dispute over its license.
The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies is alarmed by the news that the Hungarian government has proposed legislation that would make it impossible for the esteemed Central European University to continue operations in Hungary.