Deadline to Submit: July 1, 2019
The American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL) National Meeting is a forum for scholarly exchange of ideas in all areas of Slavic and East/Central European languages, literatures, linguistics, cultures, and pedagogy. The 2020 Conference will be held February 6-9, 2020 in San Diego, California.
This is a reminder that July 1 is our Second deadline for submitting a proposal; deadline for submitting rosters for Roundtables; deadline for submitting rosters for Fora on Instructional Materials.
The Program Committee invites scholars to form panels around specific topics, organize roundtable discussions, propose forums on instructional materials, and/or submit proposals for individual presentations.
More details here: https://www.aatseel.org/cfp_main
Deadline for Registration: May 23, 2019
Princeton University invites participation in their upcoming workshop:
“Russian Literary Studies in the Digital Age”
Tuesday, May 28th, 9:30am-5pm
Center for Digital Humanities
Firestone Library, Floor B
Frank Fischer and Boris Orekhov from the Higher School of Economics Centre for Digital Humanities (Moscow) will lead a day-long workshop combining discussions, demonstrations and hands-on exploration of cutting-edge digital humanities approaches to the study of Russian literature.
Researchers at all levels of familiarity with DH are welcome to attend. Continue reading
Deadline for Applications: Ongoing Until Filled (Classes take place July 15–19, 2019)
Fluent speakers of Russian, majoring in economics, statistics, and finance: rising sophomores, and up, graduate students, and recent graduates are invited to participate in the Second International School in Yerevan, capital of Armenia.
Announcement http://bit.do/eRd8p and the course program http://bit.do/eRdV7
The classes will take place July 15 to 19, 2019 at 128 Nalbandyan St, Yerevan 0025, Armenia.
Topic: Challenges for Emerging Economy II
Participation is free of charge, registration is required. Languages of instruction: Russian, English Continue reading
Deadline for Applications: May 10, 2019
On May 30, a CREEES partner university in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine is hosting a conference on energy policy. They are currently accepting applications for speakers! The topic is ‘Energy Factor in Contemporary International Relations’. Participation would be through Skype.
For more information- see the attached flyer!
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
Deadline for Submissions: May 15, 2019
Registration (Early bird): Until 15 May 2019
Registration: 16 May until 31 July 2019
Language Centre of Masaryk University is hosting an international conference focusing on “Language for Specific Purposes in Business and Economics at Tertiary Level” held in Brno, CZ on 6 September 2019
“On the Edge”: An Interdisciplinary Forum on Innovation, Modernity, and Trends
The University of Virginia, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
March 29 – 30, 2019
The modern world is punctuated by periods of innovation, revolution, and change. As we conceive of monumental breakthroughs throughout history and across cultures, we look to individuals and movements that have challenged the status quo and broke with accepted norms and traditions. This forum is dedicated to challenging contemporary and historical perceptions and values, identifying outlying ideas and trends, and investigating tensions between the old and the new. How do emerging trends, innovations, and new social outlooks affect our thinking and our society? How do revolutions and uprisings help us understand our particular milieus and our global world? What are the interrelationships between political, economic, scientific, and social change?
Contact: Please send questions firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information about the conference, SGSS, and the UVA Slavic Department can be found at slavic.as.virginia.edu.