October 2020 NewsNet is now available
The October 2020 NewsNet is now available and contains articles including
”A Philosopher on the Streets of Belarus” by Tatiana Shchyttsova (European Humanities University & MAG);
“Operation ASEEES and The Slavic Connexion’s Other Adventures” by Cullan Bendig, Samantha Farmer, Lera Toropin, Katya Yegorov-Crate (University of Texas-Austin):
“Beyond Diversity: Integrating Racial Justice into REECA Studies” by Emily Couch;
”Is There Room for Early Modern Slavic Studies in the US & Canada?” by Ievgeniia (Zhenya) Sakal (Yale University);
As well as an interview with Oleh Kotsyuba about the New Books Website of the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard; Spotlight on New Affiliate Group: The Working Group for Solidarity in REEES; Announcements of the 2020 ASEEES Prize winners and of the 2021 ASEEES Convention theme; our usual features.