2018-2019

2018-2019

The Eleventh Conference of the Bulgarian Studies Association "Bulgaria: Thirty Years after the Fall of Communism"

The Eleventh Conference of the Bulgarian Studies Association

Bulgaria: Thirty Years after the Fall of Communism

Library of Congress,
Washington DC, June 11-12, 2020.

The Bulgarian Studies Association welcomes abstracts from BSA members in good standing. Individuals wishing to submit an abstract who are not BSA members may register for membership at https://bgstudies.org/about-us/membership before submitting an abstract.

University of California San Diego Summer Program in Siberia

The University of California, San Diego will be offering a new summer program in Siberia this coming summer 2020 through the UCSD Global Seminars Programs. Students will enroll in Summer Session I (June 28-August 2) and receive credit for two 4-unit courses, LTEU 152 and 153. LTEU 152 is an Ethnic Studies course focused on the Buryats, Indigeneity, and Identity, while LTEU 153 is a multidisciplinary Environmental Studies course on Lake Baikal.

Trans-Siberian Study Abroad Program, University of New Hampshire

Unique Trans-Siberian Study Abroad Program, University of New Hampshire

What is the program?                      

Les Panchyshyn Exhibition and Screening of "Forbidden"

Exhibition: Portal by Ukrainian artist Les Panchyshyn. This exhibition has been extended to Sunday November 3, 2019.

‘Forbidden’ is a film about the turbulent life of the poet and dissident Vasyl Stus. It will be showing with English subtitles at the Ukrainian National Museum, Sunday November 3, 2019 at 1:00 PM. Admission is $15.00.

This event is sponsored by Ukrainian Congress Committee of Illinois.

University of Manitoba: Assistant Professor in Ukrainian and Russian Comparative Politics

Department of Political Studies & Department of German and Slavic Studies

Faculty of Arts, University of Manitoba

Position Number 28177

Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in Ukrainian and Russian Comparative Politics

Harvard University: Preceptor in Russian Language

The Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures at Harvard University seeks applications for a Preceptor in Russian Language. The appointment is expected to begin on July 1, 2020 with teaching beginning in Fall Semester 2020. The successful incumbent would be expected to teach five courses per year in the Russian Language Program, both independently and as part of a team, and be involved with coordination and training of graduate student teaching fellows.

Armenian Circle: Armenian Khachkars and their Unique Stories

The Armenian Circle's next meeting will be tomorrow (Thursday, 10/24) at 6 pm in Pick 506. Professor Haroutunian will be presenting her talk entitled, "Armenian Khachkars and their Unique Stories." 

Persian Circle Talk: What do science and art have in common?

Please join us tomorrow at Persian Circle where Dr. Farrokh Asadi will give a talk in Persian entitled "What do science and art have in common?"

Thursday October 24th, from 5:00-6:30pm

Pick Hall 218

(5828 S. University Ave, Chicago, IL 60637)

Manoogian Fellowships for Armenian Studies

The Armenian Studies Program at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor is pleased to announce the 2020-21 competition for the Manoogian Fellowships for postdoctoral fellows and visiting scholars to foster teaching and research in Armenian Studies.

All applications must be received by 11:59 pm EST on January 15, 2020.
Applicants will be notified of results in March 2020.

Read more here.

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