The William Brumfield Russian Architecture Digital Collection: From Database to Semantic Web

Michael Biggins and Theo Gerontakos discuss the public release of The William Brumfield Russian Architecture Digital Collection

An Interview with Benjamin Peters, the winner of the 2017 Wayne S. Vucinich Prize

Stephen Hutchings performed an interview with Benjamin Peters, author of How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet

Applying Post-Socialist Studies outside Post-Soviet Space

Johanna Bockman, an Associate Professor of Sociology in the Sociology and Anthropology Department at George Mason University, explores how Post-Socialist studies can be used in academic studies outside of the region itself.

Attention: Title VIII Alumni

The Department of State's Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) celebrates the 35th Anniversary of the Program for the Study of Eastern Europe and the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union, Title VIII. If you received a Title VIII fellowship for research or foreign language training, INR would like to hear from you.

CfP: 2018 MAG Annual Convention, June 27-29 (Sponsored by ASEEES)

The 2018 MAG Convention on the theme "Image of the Self"; deadline for proposals March 5.

From Slavic Languages and Literatures to Russian and East European Studies at Penn

Mitchell Orenstein discusses the impact of Penn renaming their Slavic Department and what strides Penn is making in expanding their REES programs.

2017 Executive Director's Report

ASEEES Executive Director Lynda Park summarizes the successful year ASEEES had in 2017. ASEEES continued to expand programs, grants and online platforms in addition to ending the year with a well-attended annual convention in Chicago.

Betraying the Revolutions?

Anna Grzymala-Busse, professor at Stanford University, compares the 1917 and 1989 Russian Revolutions and the aftermath of both in last year's Annual ASEEES Convention Presidential Address.

Revolution Every Day

Two new exhibitions mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution: Revolution Every Day and Red Press: Radical Print Culture from Saint Petersburg to Chicago

A Journey of a Thousand Years

The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews presents a Poland about which little is known and much is misunderstood