ASEEES News

ASEEES Initiatives to Support Displaced Scholars and Students from Ukraine

The ASEEES Executive Committee announces three initiatives to serve as an information hub and provide support for displaced scholars and students.

Convention Message from the ASEEES Board of Directors

We at ASEEES continually seek ways to interrogate and expand our understanding of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian studies. For the 2022 ASEEES Convention, we plan to highlight Ukrainian studies and the work of our Ukrainian colleagues.

2022 ASEEES Convention Notification Information

Please read this important notification for the 2022 ASEEES Convention participants, including a message from the Board of Directors.

Call for NewsNet Articles on De-colonizing Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

ASEEES plans to publish a year-long series on “De-colonizing Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies in Undergraduate Teaching and Graduate Training” in NewsNet.

March 2022 NewsNet

We hope you'll share the March 2022 NewsNet across your social media. This issue explores Russia's War on Ukraine and shines a spotlight on important mentoring, career diversity, grant, and academic programs.

CFA: REEES Think Tank 2022-23

REEES Think Tank CFA for the 2022-23 undergraduate think tank to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies.

ASEEES Now Accepting Book Prize Submissions

ASEEES is now accepting nominations to its annual book prizes, which will be presented during #ASEEES22.

ASEEES Seeks Slavic Review Editor for 2023-2028 Term

ASEEES seeks letter of interest from ASEEES members who may be interested in serving as the Slavic Review Editor for a five-year term starting August 2023.

ASEEES Congratulates the 2021 Affiliate Group Prize Winners

We're so pleased to share this impressive list of scholars and their award-winning efforts.

New Digital Format of January 2022 NewsNet

The first digital issue of NewsNet includes the 2021 ASEEES President's Address, an article on art in the Post-Soviet era, and an interview with Archie Brown, winner of the 2021 Pushkin House Book Prize, and the ASEEES Annual Report from the Executive Director.

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