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U of AZ 2018 Summer Program in Astana, Kazakhstan

The University of Arizona, in collaboration with the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Nazarbayev University, is now accepting applications for the 2018 Summer Program in Russian and Eurasian Studies in Astana, Kazakhstan. We particularly welcome undergraduate and graduate students whose research focuses on Post-Soviet Countries and Central Asia. We accept all types of funding.
Languages offered:
Russian (all levels)
Kazakh (elementary, intermediate)
Courses taught in English:

University Consortium at Harvard: Week-long training in Euro-Atlantic relations

We are currently organizing a second iteration of the University Consortium module—a week-long program of intensive training on issues related to Euro-Atlantic relations. The module, funded by the Carnegie Corporation, seeks to create a strong network of graduate students, and particularly master’s students, in our field. The consortium itself consists of two American universities (Harvard and Columbia), two European universities (Frei and Oxford) and two Russian universities (MGIMO and HSE), and graduate students from these schools form the foundation of the audience at the module events.

Fransisk Skorina Exhibit at the Regenstein Library

THE PRINTING PRESS COMES TO EASTERN EUROPE IN THE SLAVIC TONGUES

Come visit a new exhibit highlighting the work of Fransisk Skorina in the reading room on the 2nd floor of Regenstein Library.

2/14 Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop: Radical Play: The Creation of the Ljubljana School’s Discursive Space, 1968-1972 by Kaitlyn Tucker

Please join the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop on Wednesday, February 14, as we welcome Kaitlyn Tucker, PhD Candidate in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature, who will present her paper “Radical Play: The Creation of the Ljubljana School’s Discursive Space, 1968-1972” Commentary will be provided by Nicholas Baer, Collegiate Assistant Professor, Humanities.

2/19-2/20 Oriental Institute lecture and Workshop: Ancient Iran

You’re invited to attend a lecture and workshop by
Matthew Canepa, candidate for Ancient Iranian Studies
Matthew Canepa
Professor of Ancient Iranian Art and Archaeology Departments of Art History and Classical and Near Eastern Studies; Programs in Religious Studies and Medieval Studies University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London
Monday, February 19th
Public Lecture
4:00pm, Oriental Institute Breasted Hall

Call for Proposals: Central Eurasian Studies Society 19th Annual Conference

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: CESS 2018
Central Eurasian Studies Society 19th Annual Conference, October 25-28, 2018
and Pre-Conference Workshops, October 24-25, 2018
University of Pittsburgh, USA
About the Annual Conference
See also: http://www.centraleurasia.org/annual-conf
CESS Annual Conferences have been held at universities around North America since 2000, currently offering up to 70 panels and attracting around 300 participants from all over the world.

American Councils Academic Fellowships in Russia (AFR) Program

American Councils is pleased to announce the launch of the Academic Fellowships in Russia (AFR) Program. Provided by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York, the American Councils Academic Fellowships in Russia (AFR) will support U.S. graduate students enrolled in PhD programs in the social sciences, post-doctoral fellows, university faculty, and independent scholars to conduct on-site research and fieldwork in Russia for periods of three to nine months on topics within the social science disciplines. 

Study Abroad in St. Petersburg, Rutgers University

The Department of German, Russian, and East European Languages and Literatures and the Center for Global Education at Rutgers University, New Brunswick are pleased to announce our summer 2018 study abroad program—Rutgers in Russia: St. Petersburg.

Job: Acquisitions Editor for Slavic and Central Asian Studies, Academic Studies Press

Academic Studies Press (Boston, MA) is seeking experienced candidates for the position of Acquisitions Editor.

The Acquisitions Editor will be responsible for acquiring scholarly and academic titles in Slavic and Central Asian Studies.

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