It includes an article on teaching race in the Post-Soviet Era; an interview of the 2015 Vucinich Prize winner; a spotlight on The University Consortium.
ASEEES announces recipients of its first book subvention grants for spring 2016.
Six universities in the United States, Europe and Russia have formed a unique academic venture, called the University Consortium (UC). This exceptional program of academic exchange pools the strengths of its partners and jointly trains a new generation of students, future faculty and potential policy-makers across all three regions.
Exploring the Russian ways of thinking about property, Ekaterina Pravilova’s Vucinich Prize-winning book looks at problems of state reform and the formation of civil society, which, as the book argues, should be rethought as a process of constructing “the public” through the reform of property rights.
US learned societies express deep concern about the Campus Carry law.