ASEEES News

Slavic Review Fall 2016 Issue Now Available

The Fall 2016 (75:3) issue of Slavic Review is now available. The issue includes a Special Section on World War II: Occupation and Liberation, with Michael David-Fox as Guest Editor.

October NewsNet Now Available

Issue includes “What Have We Learned, and Not Learned, from a Quarter-Century of Transition” by Harley Balzer, Georgetown University; “The Kremlin Blamed Our Work When It Declared Russia’s Levada Center a ‘Foreign Agent’” by Theodore Gerber, University of Wisconsin-Madison...

2016 Board Election Results Announced

ASEEES announces the results of the 2016 elections for the Board of Directors positions.

ASEEES Announces 2016 Prize Winners

The Association Congratulates the Winners of the 2016 ASEEES Prizes.

ASEEES Commons to Launch November 2016

Since 2015, ASEEES has been collaborating with the Modern Language Association to be part of the new Humanities Commons - an integrated online discussion platform. We’ll be launching ASEEES Commons in November, to coincide with the Convention. Here’s what you can expect:

SRS to host webinars as part of their Area Studies Series

The Slavic Reference Service at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign will host two webinars as part of their Area Studies Series.  This series was developed to address the dynamic changes in Area Studies (Arts and Humanities, Social, Life, and Physical Sciences).  Subject specialists, staff, graduate students, and library administrators are particularly encouraged to register for these webinars.   

Area Studies Webinar Series: Outreach and Engagement

When: September 28th at 1:00 pm (Central Standard Time)

John Bowlt to Receive ASEEES 2016 Distinguished Contributions Award

The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies will present John E. Bowlt, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Director of the Institute of Modern Russian Culture at the University of Southern California, with Distinguished Contributions Award at its annual convention November 17-20 in Washington, DC.

August NewsNet Now Available

Issue includes "Grappling with Hungarian and Polish New Right in Power” by David Ost, Hobart and William Smith Colleges; “Get the Word Out! How to Bring Your Expertise to the Public” by Joshua A. Tucker, NYU...

Slavic Review Summer 2016 Issue Now Available

The Summer 2016 (75:2) issue of Slavic Review is now available. The issue includes a Special Section on Russian Geopoetics, with Anindita Banerjee and Jenifer Presto as Guest Editors.

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