ASEEES congratulates Prof. Maria Todorova, the 2022 Distinguished Contributions to Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Award recipient.
In 1995 the late Mark von Hagen opened his thought-provoking essay “Does Ukraine Have a History?” with an observation that Ukrainian studies lack full historiographical legitimacy in major academic centers
The ASEEES Executive Committee condemns the court case being brought against the former editors of the student journal DOXA.
Joint Statement Condemning Russian University Presidents' Statement of Support for Russia's Assault on Ukraine
ASEEES and leaders of professional organizations condemn the 287 Russian university presidents that have made a public statement supporting Russia's assault on Ukraine.
Dr. Yuliya V. Ladygina is a Helena Rubinstein University Endowed Fellow in the Humanities and Assistant Professor of Russian and Global Studies at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park.