ASEEES Blog

Polish-Studies.Interdisciplinary (Pol-Int): Innovative Online Platform for Polish Studies

Pol-Int is a community-based online platform that links the worldwide Polish studies scholarly community and promotes content exchange among scholars.

Fulbright US Scholar Program

The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers teaching/research opportunities at a number of institutions in Eastern Europe

Promoting Polish Studies in the 21st Century

This article highlights the challenges faced in ensuring university administrators, donors, and policy-makers recognize that Polonists represent an extraordinarily dynamic field, and study a country that is quickly rising to a position of prominence.

New Committee for East-West Accord

In 2015, a new Committee was formed to promote serious exchange of ideas and discussion of policy toward Russia at a time when the space for cooperative discussion is much narrower than only a few years ago.

Using Conferences to Find a Publisher for Your Next Book Project

This post contains tips for preparing to meet book editors in the weeks preceding an academic conference; for how to make the best use of interaction with publishers; for identifying next steps following the conference.

ASEEES and the Future of Book Publishing

The initiatives outlined in this piece are targeted ways in which ASEEES can assist its members and publishers as they adapt to changing circumstances in the publishing industry.

Founding Mothers: Barbara Heldt on Women in Slavic Studies and the AWSS

Barbara Heldt discusses her early years of being a woman in Slavic Studies and the founding of AWSS.

In Defense of Regional Studies in a Globalized World

Read Stephen Hanson's presidential address at the 2014 ASEEES Convention.

Remembering Catharine Nepomnyashchy

We were deeply saddened to learn that Catharine Nepomnyashchy passed away on Saturday, March 21. Below is a remembrance by David Goldfarb.

Translation and Beyond

The rapid evolution of the language industry over the past thirty years... [has] produced more work for translators, it has also led to the diversification of the field.

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