ASEEES is delighted to announce the twenty-four (24) ASEEES Dissertation Grant recipients for 2021.
The June 2021 issue features articles on “Revisiting the ‘Contours of Race, Racialization, and Race-Making...’ in SEEES, “Summing Up Poetry: A Case Against Packaging,” "Addressing Barriers to Publishing in US & UK," and "Reading Bogdanov in the Time of COVID."
by Christian Raffensperger, Wittenberg University
Preparation of BIPOC students to undertake study abroad demands a focused engagement of university personnel with students of color that involves a level of candor and truthfulness not usually sustained in orientation programs. For details...
ASEEES expresses its strong concern about the recent action of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation that declared Bard College an “undesirable organization.”
ASEEES signed a statement by the Middle East Studies Association expressing concern regarding the Florida bill (HB233) that allows students to record classrooms without the consent of their professors.