August 2021 NewsNet

It includes several excellent articles, recognition of Don Raleigh as the 2021 ASEEES Distinguished Contributions Award recipient, lists of travel grant recipients, & more.

ASEEES Launches New SEEES_Announcements Listserv for Announcements

This new listserv communicates relevant academic and professional news. Anyone with interest in the field may subscribe.

Letter from ASEEES President & 2021 Annual Convention Program Chair

Letter from ASEEES President and 2021 Convention Chair stating that as of today ASEEES is still planning to hold an in-person convention in November and a virtual convention in December and seeking input from in-person participants.

2021 Cohen-Tucker Fellows Announced

ASEEES announces the 8 recipients of the 2021 Stephen F. Cohen-Robert C. Tucker Fellowships.

2021 Internship Grant Recipients Announced

ASEEES is pleased to announce the 13 recipients of our 2021 Internship Grant competition.

2021 ASEEES Dissertation Grant Recipients Announced

ASEEES is delighted to announce the twenty-four (24) ASEEES Dissertation Grant recipients for 2021.

June 2021 NewsNet Now Available

The June 2021 issue features articles on “Revisiting the ‘Contours of Race, Racialization, and Race-Making...’ in SEEES, “Summing Up Poetry: A Case Against Packaging,” "Addressing Barriers to Publishing in US & UK," and "Reading Bogdanov in the Time of COVID."

Annual MAG Congress, June 22-24

The annual congress of MAG (Международная ассоциация гуманитариев) will take place June 22-24, 2021.

ASEEES 2021 Convention Preliminary Schedule Announced

ASEEES is pleased to announce that the preliminary schedules for the 2021 ASEEES Annual Convention, In-Person (November 18–21) and Virtual (December 2-3), are now available.

"How to Write an Effective Teaching Philosophy Statement" Workshop

ASEEES is gauging interest for an academic job workshop series, “How to Write an Effective Teaching Philosophy Statement,” a possible pilot program to be held virtually in late summer/early fall 2021. The program aims to assist graduate students and recent graduates in all disciplines within Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies who are preparing teaching philosophy statements as part of their academic job application packages. The workshop series will be run by a pedagogy specialist.