ASEEES News

ASEEES Mentoring Program Call for Participation

The ASEEES Mentoring Program is currently seeking mentor and mentee pairs. This program pairs early-career scholars with those in the middle or later stages of their career to foster conversations about professional development, best practices of the trade, and other topics, during the 2017-2018 academic year. To read a former participant's thoughts on the program, click here.

March 2017 NewsNet is Now Available Online

The March issue includes an article on International Women's Day 1917, an interview of the 2016 Vucinich Book Prize winner and much more...

First Book Subvention Recipients for March 2017

Congratulations to the ASEEES First Book Subvention Recipients for March 2017.

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, 2018-2019.

ASEEES Joins Scholars at Risk Network

ASEEES has joined Scholars at Risk (SAR), a network of over 400 higher education institutions in 39 countries working to protect threatened scholars, prevent attacks on higher education and promote academic freedom.

January 2017 NewsNet now available

The January issue of NewsNet is now available. It contains articles:  “Area Studies and the ‘False Song of Globalism’” by Padraic Kenney, Indiana University; 2016 Executive Director’s Report by Lynda Park; “Reading Mayakovsky in São Paulo: Boris Schnaiderman and the Legacy of Russian Studies in Brazil” by Cassio de Oliveira, Portland State University; Affiliate Organizations’ 2016 Prize Winners; 2017 ASEEES Board of Directors & Committees; and our regular features

Slavic Review Fall 2016 Issue Now Available

The Fall 2016 (75:3) issue of Slavic Review is now available. The issue includes a Special Section on World War II: Occupation and Liberation, with Michael David-Fox as Guest Editor.

October NewsNet Now Available

Issue includes “What Have We Learned, and Not Learned, from a Quarter-Century of Transition” by Harley Balzer, Georgetown University; “The Kremlin Blamed Our Work When It Declared Russia’s Levada Center a ‘Foreign Agent’” by Theodore Gerber, University of Wisconsin-Madison...

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