The new schedule for the 2020 ASEEES Virtual Convention is now complete. We are delighted that we have a full schedule with over 600 sessions.
This article was initially published in the August 2020 edition of NewsNet.
Written at the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, this essay remains relevant as many colleges and universities continue t
We believe it is woefully short-sighted to address financial concerns arising from the pandemic by eliminating the teaching and study of Eurasian and East European languages, history, society, and politics, and are gravely concerned to note that recent cutbacks in our field have taken place outside the norms of shared governance.
ASEEES joins the American Council of Learned Societies in calling on U.S. institutions of higher education to sustain the centrality of humanities and social sciences at this critical time.