2019 ASEEES Dissertation Grant Recipients

ASEEES is proud to announce the winners of the 2019 Dissertation Grant Recipients.

David Ransel to receive 2019 ASEEES Distinguished Contributions Award

ASEEES will present the Distinguished Contributions Award to David Ransel at our annual conference November 23-26 in San Francisco, CA.

August 2019 NewsNet is now available

The August 2019 issue includes articles "Kazakhstan after Nazarbayev: Changes for Researchers" and "Of Revolutionaries and Realists: Russian-Armenian Relations since the Velvet Revolution." Also, we announced the 2019 ASEEES Distinguished Contributions to Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies Award winner and 2019 Travel Grant Recipients.

June 2019 NewsNet now available

Contains articles on Zelensky’s presidential win in Ukraine; the Hungarian Government’s crackdown on research freedom; list of 2019 Research Grant recipients and Cohen-Tucker Dissertation Research Fellowship recipients; and article on 21st-century approaches to copyright law.

2019 Board Elections Announced

The candidates for the 2019 ASEEES Board elections are announced.

2019 ASEEES Convention Preliminary Schedule and Instructions

The 2019 Convention schedule is Saturday, November 23 - Tuesday, November 26. Please note that Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 28. We highly recommend that you schedule your flight early to secure the best rates and availability. The preliminary schedule is now available as well. Click through for details.

2019 Cohen-Tucker Fellows Announced

ASEEES is delighted to announce the 2019 Stephen F. Cohen-Robert C. Tucker Dissertation Research Fellowship recipients and the Cohen-Tucker Dissertation Completion Fellowship recipients.

Call for Nominations: Graduate Student Representative on the Board of Directors

ASEEES invites nominations for the position of the Graduate Student Representative on the ASEEES Board, 2020-2021.

March 2019 NewsNet

The March issue of NewsNet has four articles that explore film, digital humanities projects, and the work of 2018 Vucinich Prize winner Natalia Roudakova.