Treasures from the Pacific Northwest: Academic Library Collections Shaped by Time and Location

The library collections of the Pacific Coast Slavic and East European Consortium (PACSLAV) reflect not only the region’s rich culture and history but also the experiences of local Russian, East European, and Baltic communities.

Periodical Studies: Why and How to Re-read East European Journals

by Natalia Ermolaev and Philip Gleissner (Princeton U) 

On Truth, Politics and Authenticity: Culture in Beleaguered Times

Presidential Address delivered by ASEEES board president Catriona Helen Moncrieff Kelly at the 47th Annual ASEEES Convention.

Personal Library of Anthony Cross, Historian & Scholar of 18th Century Russian Studies, Now at Hillwood

Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens is pleased to announce the acquisition of the personal library of Professor Anthony Cross, historian and scholar of 18th-century Russian studies and professor of Slavonic Studies at the University of Cambridge from 1985 to 2004. He is internationally known for his work on 18th-century Russia and Anglo-Russian cultural relations.

War, Escalating Vulnerabilities, and Service Delivery in Ukraine

By Sarah D. Phillips, Indiana U and Jill Owczarzak, Johns Hopkins U 

This piece was originally published in the October 2015 NewsNet.  Please click through for additional content.

Submit Proposals for Western Association for Slavic Studies Conference by Dec. 1

Call for Proposals: Annual WASS/WSSA Conference in Reno, Nevada--April 13-16, 2016

Association for Women in Slavic Studies Prizes 2015

AWSS is pleased to announced the 2015 award and prize winners.

The American Research Institute of the South Caucasus

Talin Lindsay, ARISC Executive Director 

On Slavic Review: Report from the Editor

Harriet Murav, Slavic Review editor, provides an overview of the journal.