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.

January 2021 NewsNet now available

Kubik's thoughts on Rightward Populist Rebellion in East Central Europe, Mitchell and Seegel comment on ASEEES Advocacy, plus pedagogy article and more.

Call for Proposals for 2021 ASEEES Convention, Deadline March 1

We are now accepting proposal submissions for the 2021 Annual ASEEES Convention in New Orleans on November 18-21. The proposal deadline is March 1.

What You Need to Know for the 2020 ASEEES Virtual Convention

The 2020 ASEEES Virtual Convention website is now live. Here is what you need to know for the virtual convention.

October 2020 NewsNet is now available

Articles reflect on the situation in Belarus, podcasting at #ASEEES19, racial justice in SEEES, plus more.

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