While the State Department's travel advisory for Russia led to reconsideration of study abroad programs, most are continuing with the programs and sending their students to Russia.
ASEEES is delighted to announce a new website that highlights new publications by its members.
David Johnson talks about Johnson's Russia List, a favored source of Russia-related information since it's founding in 1996
Michael Biggins and Theo Gerontakos discuss the public release of The William Brumfield Russian Architecture Digital Collection
ASEEES Condemns Polish Law Criminalizing Public Discussion of Possible Polish Role in Nazi War Crimes
The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies condemns the bill drafted by the Polish legislature and s
ASEEES joins other scholarly associations in issuing a statement to oppose the proposal to tax graduate student tuition waivers as income.