This issue focuses on professional development, particularly non-academic careers.
A Special Online Issue of Slavic Review, featuring two Critical Forums, “Global Populisms” and “Russian Influence in 2016 U.S. Presidential Election,” is now available with free access until October 1.
Douglas Smith recounts his discovery of a wealth of new information from the USSR collected by Martin Manhoff.
The Subcommittee on Education & Access (affiliated with the Committee on Libraries and Information Resources (CLIR)) is conducting a survey of REEE scholars and information professionals.
ASEEES expresses its steadfast support for the European University at St. Petersburg as it faces a critical moment in an ongoing dispute over its license.
The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies is alarmed by the news that the Hungarian government has proposed legislation that would make it impossible for the esteemed Central European University to continue operations in Hungary.