ACTFL 4-Day OPI Assessment Workshop in Russian at UW-Madison, June 3-6, 2019

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Language Institute, Wisconsin Intensive Summer Language Institutes, and the Russian Flagship Program are pleased to host a 2019 ACFL Proficiency and Performance Summer Institute on the UW-Madison campus. The institute will include a dedicated 4-day ACTFL OPI Assessment Workshop in Russian.


The dates of the OPI-Russian workshop are June 3-6; the deadline to register with ACTFL is May 3.


Job: Lecturer in Russian, University of Hawaii--Manoa

The Department of Languages and Literatures of Europe and the Americas at University of Hawaii, Manoa, welcomes applications for a Lecturer position in Russian language and culture to begin in August 2019.


One-year appointment for Academic Year (Fall 2019 & Spring 2020). Contingent on approval, position clearance, availability of funds, and sufficient enrollment.

Duties and Responsibilities

1.    Teach undergraduate courses in Russian language, literature and culture, and courses in Russian literature, culture in English translation.

Graduate Funding, Summer Language Study at Indiana University

MARCH 29 is the deadline for the next round of Title VIII Fellowship applications for summer study at Indiana University.


Department of State Title VIII Fellowships provide full tuition plus living expenses for graduate students, area specialists, and scholars studying...


- Azerbaijani
- Estonian
- Hungarian
- Kyrgyz
- Latvian
- Lithuanian
- Russian
- Turkmen
- Ukrainian
- Uzbek


CFP: Night Work in 19-21st Centuries

Working all night: modernity, night shifts and the temporal organization of labour across political and economic regimes


International workshop co-organised by the Charles University in Prague and the Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies, University of Regensburg


Prague, 14-16 November 2019


Persian, Russian and Armenian language summer schools in Yerevan, Armenia

ASPIRANTUM - Armenian School of Languages and Cultures

Summer Language Programs


You may find the details about Persian language summer schools here:


You may find the details about Russian language summer schools here:


Russian Studies in Real Russia 2019

Ural Federal University requires kindly your assistance with sharing the information about upcoming Summer Schools on Russian language and culture “Russian Studies in Real Russia”.


This year we have 4 programs in total: Russian Studies in Real Russia Track-1, Russian Studies in Real Russia Track-2, Russian Walls: Rise and Fall, Russian Express 2019.


The Summer Schools consist of 2 to 4 weeks programs with Russian language crash courses accompanied with cultural programs in Ekaterinburg, Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Suzdal, Vladimir, Kazan.


3/28 "Russia's Return? Moscow's Foreign Policy in an Unpredictable World"

Russia's Return? Moscow's Foreign Policy in an Unpredictable World


Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University; Former President of Estonia, 2006-2016


Angela Stent, Director, Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, Georgetown University


Thursday, March 28, 5:30 p.m.

Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Conference Center
130 East Randolph Street
Chicago, Illinois 60601


Application Deadline Extended: Russian and Kazakh Summer School at Nazarbayev University

NEW DEADLINE for applications is March 15, 2019!!!


Program dates for SSRES 2019:  June 3 - July 31 (8 weeks, equivalent of one academic year)


Nazarbayev University (NU) in Astana, Kazakhstan, in collaboration with the University of Arizona, accepting applications for the Summer School in Russian and Eurasian Studies (SSRES), an 8-week intensive summer language program in Russian or Kazakh (SSRES), which offers 160 contact hours of study.


Third-Year Russian at Portland State in Summer 2019

Portland State University (Portland, OR) will be offering third-year Russian in Summer 2019. The course runs from June 24 through August 23. The course is appropriate for students who have completed a basic Russian course and can speak at the ACTFL Novice-High to Intermediate Low levels. You’ll find a fuller description of prerequisites here.


3/7 UChicago Common Book Initiative Faculty Panel

UChicago Common Book Initiative Faculty Panel
Thursday, March 7, 4:30-6 PM
Social Science Research Building, Room 122



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