Job: Museum of Russian Icons Curator (Clinton, MA)

Deadline for Applications: Ongoing Until Filled

Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, Massachusetts seeks accomplished, experienced, energetic full-time Curator with expertise in icons, Byzantine or related art field, and working knowledge of Church Slavonic and Russian. Will lead regional and national activities related to the collection, temporary exhibitions, and build the Museum’s academic programs with its Center for Icon Studies, including the Journal of Icons Studies.

For more information on the Museum and this post- see the website

Clinton is a small urban community, approximately one half hour from Worcester and one hour from Boston. To apply, email cover letter, cv and salary requirements to krussell@museumofrussianicons.org.

Acad. Job: Visiting Lecturer in Russian Lit (UCSD)

Deadline for Applications: May 10, 2019

The Department of Literature at UC San Diego invites applicants to teach one or more courses in Russian Literature during the 2019-2020 academic year. They would especially welcome candidates able to teach a course in late 19th-century Russian literature. However, all areas and proposed courses will be considered. Ph.D. or MFA or Master’s Degree in related field by time of appointment and outstanding teaching experience are required. Continue reading “Acad. Job: Visiting Lecturer in Russian Lit (UCSD)”

Internship: Office Automation at Pathways IEP US Dept. of State (Washington, DC)

Deadline for Applications: April 25, 2019

The U.S. Department of State is currently accepting applications for positions in Passport (Student Trainee) in the Pathways Internship Experience Program (IEP).

Visit USAJOBS to start the online application process and view the following vacancy announcement numbers. Continue reading “Internship: Office Automation at Pathways IEP US Dept. of State (Washington, DC)”

Grad. Program: Ph.D. Research on Muslims in Russia/USSR (Amsterdam)

Deadline for Applications: April 28, 2019

PhD position ‘The Muslim Individual in Imperial and Soviet Russia’
Faculty of Humanities – Amsterdam School for Regional and Transnational and European Studies

Research at the Faculty of Humanities is carried out by six research schools under the aegis of the Amsterdam Institute of Humanistic Research. The Amsterdam School for Regional and Transnational and European Studies, one of the six research schools, currently has two vacant PhD positions as part of the ERC-funded project MIND: The Muslim Individual in Imperial and Soviet Russia, led by dr Alfrid Bustanov (University of Amsterdam). Applications are now invited from excellent candidates who wish to conduct research on the history of Muslim subjectivity in the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union. Continue reading “Grad. Program: Ph.D. Research on Muslims in Russia/USSR (Amsterdam)”

Prof. Dev: Student Essay Competition (ASEEES)

Deadline for Applications: April 30, 2019

2019 Midwest Slavic Association Student Essay Prize Competition Submissions Now Being Accepted

The Midwest Slavic Association, with support from the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), is now accepting submissions for its annual essay prize competition for undergraduate and graduate students. Students can submit a paper on any topic related to Slavic, East European, and Eurasian studies to the Midwest Slavic Association for consideration. The best undergraduate paper received will win a one-year membership to ASEEES, and the graduate winner will receive a one-year membership to ASEEES, as well as being considered then for the ASEEES Graduate Student Essay Prize at the national level. The graduate winner of the ASEEES Student Essay Prize at the national level wins travel, lodging, and registration for the Annual ASEEES Convention and membership for the following year. The prize is presented during the awards presentation at the Annual Convention.

Submissions should be emailed to csees@osu.edu by Tuesday, April 30!

Please visit the Midwest Slavic Association’s webpage for full information on the competition details and submission requirements. If you have any questions about the competition, please feel free to send an email to csees@osu.edu.

Prof. Dev: Stanford U.S.–Russia Forum 2019–20

Deadline for Applications: May 3 (early decision); June 7, 2019

The Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum (SURF) is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 program!

The Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum is a platform for students to address the most pressing issues and opportunities between the United States and Russia. They are seeking members for research working groups in the areas of nuclear affairs, entrepreneurship, space exploration, climate and environment, counterterrorism, healthcare, the Arctic, energy geopolitics, security, and more.

This November, participants will attend a week-long conference in Russia. Following the fall conference, participants form working groups and collaborate on research for publication over the academic year. The program concludes with a capstone conference in April 2020 where research findings are presented and ideas are shared with academics, policy-makers, governmental and non-governmental agencies, and other interested parties. Continue reading “Prof. Dev: Stanford U.S.–Russia Forum 2019–20”

Acad. Job: Visiting Asst. Prof. Russian Language (Missouri)

Deadline for Applications: Ongoing Until Filled

The Russian program at the University of Missouri is looking for a full-time Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian, non-tenure track, ABD, or PhD, starting August 2019 for the 2019-2020 academic year. Teaching experience in language required. Preference will be given to candidates with a degree in Second Language Acquisition. Continue reading “Acad. Job: Visiting Asst. Prof. Russian Language (Missouri)”

Acad. Job: Lecturer in Russian (Lincoln, Nebraska)

Deadline for Applications: May 25, 2019

The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is seeking a full-time lecturer for the academic year 2019-2020. This is a non-tenure, possibly renewable position. The successful candidate will teach a range of undergraduate courses, 24-26 credit hours, in a vibrant Russian language program at a comprehensive research university. The Department is unable to sponsor visa applications for this position. Continue reading “Acad. Job: Lecturer in Russian (Lincoln, Nebraska)”