ASEEES Blog

War on the Academy: The Hungarian Government’s Crackdown on Research Freedom

Stefano Bottoni writes about the government of Hungary's encroachment on foreign institutes of higher education operating in Hungary.

Who’s Laughing Now?: What Volodymyr Zelensky's Presidential Win May Mean For Ukraine Studies

William Jay Risch's article on the political rise of comedian and entertainer Volodymyr Zelensky

The Prozhito Web Archive of Diaries: A Resource for Digital Humanists

A project dedicated to collecting, editing and organizing Russian and Ukrainian language diaries.

Recent Preservation Projects: From the Slavic and East European Materials Project

Details on SEEMP's efforts to preserve and acquire sources of materials related to Slavic and East European studies.

Losing Pravda, An Interview with Natalia Roudakova

Excerpts of Sean Guillory's interview with Natalia Roudakova, author of Losing Pravda.

The Magnitsky Act-Behind the Scenes

Choi Chatterjee discusses the Magnitsky Act-Behind the scenes with the director, Andrei Nekrasov.

The Agony of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Hungarian Spectrum's blog post on the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Monterey Summer Symposium on Russia

Applications for the Monterey Summer Symposium on Russia (MSSR) are due March 1.

New M.S. in Global Media and Cultures at Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech announces a new Master's degree and supporting fellowships.

Celebrating ASEEES: Our Field, Our Future

Beth Holmgren, former president of AAASS, discusses the field of Slavic, Eastern European and Eurasian studies.

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