ASEEES News

2020 ASEEES Virtual Convention Program Schedule Now Available

The new schedule for the 2020 ASEEES Virtual Convention is now complete. We are delighted that we have a full schedule with over 600 sessions.

2020 ASEEES Board Election Results Announced

ASEEES announces the results of the 2020 Board of Directors elections.

Katherine Verdery named 2020 Distinguished Contributions Award Recipient

The 2020 ASEEES Distinguished Contributions to Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Award, which honors eminent members of the profession who have made major contributions to the field through scholarship, mentoring, leadership, and service to the profession, is presented to Katherine Verdery, Julien J. Studley Faculty Scholar and Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center

Letter to ASEEES Members

A letter from Jan Kubik and Lynda Park to ASEEES Members

August 2020 issue of NewsNet

This issue includes five articles and a host of important announcements

Virtual Convention Participant Confirmation Survey

ASEEES sent a time-sensitive invitation to Convention participants asking them to confirm or decline their upcoming participation at the Virtual Convention.

Slavic Review Submissions Announcement

Slavic Review announces switch to ScholarOne for submissions, review requests, and review reports due to pandemic.

ASEEES 2020 Virtual Convention Announcement

Due to the continuing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, ASEEES is cancelling the in-person 2020 Annual Convention in Washington DC and shifting to an all virtual format.

NewsNet: Call for Submissions on Race and (Anti)Racism in SEEES

NewsNet invites submissions of essays and interviews to be featured in a new column on the experience and study of race, racism, and intersecting issues in our field.

Slavic Review Forum on Race and Bias: Call for Abstracts

Seeking to address current social and political upheaval around systemic racism and to engage with questions of race and bias in our profession, our field, and our research, Slavic Review will host a Critical Discussion Forum, to be published approximately in June 2021.

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