ASEEES News

June 2021 NewsNet Now Available

The June 2021 issue features articles on “Revisiting the ‘Contours of Race, Racialization, and Race-Making...’ in SEEES, “Summing Up Poetry: A Case Against Packaging,” "Addressing Barriers to Publishing in US & UK," and "Reading Bogdanov in the Time of COVID."

Annual MAG Congress, June 22-24

The annual congress of MAG (Международная ассоциация гуманитариев) will take place June 22-24, 2021.

ASEEES 2021 Convention Preliminary Schedule Announced

ASEEES is pleased to announce that the preliminary schedules for the 2021 ASEEES Annual Convention, In-Person (November 18–21) and Virtual (December 2-3), are now available.

"How to Write an Effective Teaching Philosophy Statement" Workshop

ASEEES is gauging interest for an academic job workshop series, “How to Write an Effective Teaching Philosophy Statement,” a possible pilot program to be held virtually in late summer/early fall 2021. The program aims to assist graduate students and recent graduates in all disciplines within Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies who are preparing teaching philosophy statements as part of their academic job application packages. The workshop series will be run by a pedagogy specialist. 

2021 ASEEES Convention Notification Information

Notifications for the 2021 ASEEES Annual Convention with were sent out on Monday, April 26. Please find important information for the participants.

CfA: Undergraduate Cybersecurity Lab to Advance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in REEES

Introducing new program where undergrads will have the opportunity to work with faculty, policy experts, and other students to study disinformation and how it relates to Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia.

CfA: Undergrad Think Tank to Advance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in REEES

Think Tank participants with collaborate on a research project; learn DH skills; conduct research at U. of Illinois Virtual Summer Research Laboratory; take a virtual tour of Moscow/St. Petersburg; and participate virtually at #ASEEES21

March 2021 NewsNet now available

Click through to read an interview by Diana Dukhanova of Eliot Borenstein, articles exploring issues facing BIPOC university students, and a piece on retooling course materials.

ASEEES Exploring Career Diversity Conversation Series

ASEEES is pleased to announce the Exploring Career Diversity Conversation Series for graduate students or recent graduates who are interested in broadening their career horizons.

ASEEES Initiative for Diversity and Inclusion

ASEEES invites our BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) colleagues to participate in a two-year (2021-2022) pilot program, the Initiative for Diversity and Inclusion.

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