January 2021 NewsNet now available
The January 2021 issue of NewsNet includes several important articles, including
“Rightward Populist Rebellion in East Central Europe: Anxieties, Proselytization, and the Rebirth of Mythical Thinking” by Jan Kubik (Rutgers University/University College London);
“The 2020 Professor Purges in Retrospect: ASEEES Concerns & Advocacy Plans” by Rebecca Mitchell (Middlebury College) & Steven Seegel (University of Northern Colorado);
“Finland Forgotten: A Historical Case of (Unconscious) Cognitive Bias?” by Malcolm L. G. Spencer; and
“Gaming Russian and Soviet History” by Barbara C. Allen (LaSalle University).
Also in this issue, the 2020 Executive Director’s Report by Lynda Park, the full list of 2021 ASEEES Board of Directors & Committees, and the Affiliate Organizations’ 2020 Prize Winners, in addition to our usual features. For a version best viewed on tablets/phones/e-readers, click here.