ASEEES Distinguished Contributions to Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Award
The Association's Distinguished Contributions to Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Award honors senior scholars who have helped to build and develop the field through scholarship, training, and service to the profession.
Ronald Grigor Suny, University of Michigan; U of Chicago (Emeritus)
2014 Honors and Awards Committee
The winner of the Distinguished Contributions to Slavic Studies Award will be chosen by members of the Honors and Awards Committee:
- Maria Todorova, U Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Committee Chair, 2012-2014
- Joshua Tucker, New York U, 2013-2015
- Andrew Wachtel, American University of Central Asia, Bishkek, 2014-2016
The Committee accepts nominations in writing or via e-mail from any member of ASEEES.
Submit the nomination letter(s) to the Committee Chair.
The nomination letter should include: biography focusing on the individual's distinguished achievments in Slavic, East European and Eurasian studies; a list of publications and editorships; a list of awards and prizes; and his or her involvement in and service to ASEEES, if any.
Self-nomination is not accepted.
Committe members also survey the field for possible awardees.
The deadline for nominations is April 1.
Winners of the ASEEES Distinguished Contributions to Slavic Studies Award
The following scholars received the Association's Distinguished Contributions to Slavic Studies Award in the past:
- 2013 - Ronald Grigor Suny
- 2012 - Sheila Fitzpatrick
- 2011 - Norman Naimark
- 2010 - Stanisław Barańczak
- 2009 - Caryl Emerson and Leopold Haimson
- 2008 - Joseph Frank
- 2007 - Alexander M. Schenker and Richard S. Wortman
- 2006 - Moshe Lewin and James R. Millar
- 2005 - Istvan Deak and Rep. David Obey (D-WI)
- 2004 - William Zimmerman
- 2003 - Josef Skvorecky
- 2002 - Maurice Friedberg, Patricia Kennedy Grimsted, and Andrzej Korbonski
- 2001 - Alexander Vucinich and Robert V. Daniels
- 2000 - Keith Hitchins and Murray Feshbach
- 1999 - George L. Kline and Robert C. Tucker
- 1998 - Vladimir Toumanoff
- 1997 - John A. Armstrong
- 1996 - Dorothy Atkinson and John P. Hardt
- 1995 - Ralph Talcott Fisher, Jr.
- 1994 - Peter Sugar
- 1993 - Nicholas V. Riasanovsky
- 1992 - Barbara Jelavich and Charles Jelavich
- 1991 - Vera Dunham and Gregory Grossman
- 1990 - Albert B. Lord and Marc Raeff
- 1989 - Jozo Tomasevich and Wayne S. Vucinich
- 1988 - H. Gordon Skilling and Donald W. Treadgold
- 1987 - Adam Ulam
- 1986 - Marshall D. Shulman
- 1985 - Cyril Black
- 1984 - Victor Erlich
- 1983 - Wiktor Weintraub
- 1982 - Frederick C. Barghoorn
- 1981 - Edward J. Brown and Czeslaw Milosz
- 1980 - John C. Campbell
- 1979 - Gordon B. Turner
- 1978 - Leo Gruliow and Chauncey D. Harris
- 1977 - John N. Hazard
- 1976 - Alfred Senn and Marc Szeftel
- 1975 - Abram Bergson, John Shelton Curtiss, George F. Kennan, and Helen Muchnic
- 1973 - Gleb Struve, S. Harrison Thompson, and Rene Wellek
- 1972 - Francis Dvornik, Bertram D. Wolfe, and Sergius Yakobson
- 1971 - George Florovsky, Alexander Gerschenkron, and Philip E. Moseley
- 1970 - Oscar Halecki, Roman Jakobson, and George Vernadsky