2018-2019

2018-2019

ASEES Internship Grant Program 2020 (Deadline Extended)

Application Deadline Extended to Feb 17:  ASEEES Internship Grant Program

Thanks to the generous support of the US-Russia Foundation, ASEEES is pleased to announce the new Internship Grant Program: www.aseees.org/programs/aseees-internship-grant-program

Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization 2020 at Indiana University

Attention, College & University Faculty, Staff, and Administrators

 

WHY ATTEND ICCI? This institute will help you and your institution prepare students, faculty, and staff to be effective scholars, practitioners, and citizens of the 21st century. ICCI provides the highest quality learning environment for you to think more deeply and productively about the internationalization of your campus, department, program, curriculum, and courses.

 

Warwick Translates Summer School 2020

Following the success of the inaugural Warwick Translates in 2019, we are delighted to announce that the summer school will be returning in 2020. Warwick Translates offers the opportunity to translate texts across the literary genres into English, working with leading professional translators. Groups will be limited to a maximum of 20 students to allow for individual attention, and places will be allocated on a strictly “first-come-first-served” basis.

Crossroads Eurasia: Summer Internships in Russia

Crossroads Eurasia is about complementing your Russian language study with a practical hands-on experience.

 

We offer short-term unpaid internships in Russia. A combination of the structured and the spontaneous, our programs take you out of the classroom and away from Moscow and St. Petersburg. You get resume-worthy work experience, all-day Russian practice, and a first-hand look at what modern-day Russia is like.  

 

TAMEW: Patrick Lewis on "The University and the City in Mesopotamia: Language, Urban Space, and the Post-National Public"

Please join the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop next Wednesday, January 29 at 4:30 PM as we welcome Patrick Lewis, PhD candidate, Department of Anthropology. Patrick will be presenting his dissertation chapter, ”The University and the City in Mesopotamia: Language, Urban Space and the Post-National Public.” Hazal Corak, PhD candidate, Department of Anthropology, will be providing comment.

As usual, we will meet from 4:30-6:00 PM in the JHF Room (SSRB 224) of the Social Sciences Building. A small reception will follow.

Collections, Services, and Dissertation Research Online Workshop

I am excited to announce an upcoming scholarly communications workshop, brought to you by the Slavic Reference Service team: Collections, Services & Dissertation Research Online Workshop. This workshop will feature subject librarians and faculty advisors offering helpful perspectives, as well as advice from doctoral students about their experiences conducting research abroad.

 

Pitt SLI-Cleveland Ukrainian Museum-Archives Internship 2020

The Summer Language Institute at Pitt will be piloting its first internship program this summer in partnership with the Cleveland Ukrainian Museum-Archives. Students who take Beginning Intensive Ukrainian at SLI can put their knowledge to immediate use at the conclusion of the course with this internship. The internship is for-credit only (non-paid), but a living stipend/scholarship is possible. Students may reach out directly to me for details. See announcement on our Ukrainian page:

 

Consortium for Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowships 2020-21

The postdoctoral fellowship is intended for scholars who have been awarded the Ph.D. or M.F.A. no later than the beginning of the fellowship year and no earlier than five years before the beginning of the fellowship year. Postdoctoral fellows will receive compensation commensurate with the salary of a full-time, one-year faculty member with comparable qualifications. Modest funds could be made available to finance proposed research, mentoring of teaching, and scholarship. The funds allocated for these activities will be subject to the usual institutional procedures.

CEERES of Voices: Michał Murawski's "The Palace Complex"

Thursday, February 20, 2020 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Event Presenter/Author:
Michał Murawski
Michał Murawski discusses The Palace Complex: A Stalinist Skyscraper, Capitalist Warsaw, and a City Transfixed. He will be joined in conversation by Meghanne Barker. A Q&A and signing will follow the discussion.

Presented in partnership with the Center for East European and Russian/Eurasian Studies

 

 

CEERES of Voices: Susan Gal and Judith Irvine, "Signs of Difference"

 

Susan Gal and Judith T. Irvine discuss Signs of Difference: Language and Ideology in Social Life. They will be joined in conversation by Constantine Nakassis. Q&A and signing will follow the discussion.

Presented in partnership with CEERES, The Center for East European and Russian/Eurasian Studies.

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