Deadline: December 1, 2021
Greetings from Cultural Vistas! We are pleased to announce a call for applications for the Alfa Fellowship Program. We would be grateful if you would share information about the program and upcoming webinars with students and alumni who you think would be a good fit for this program. We also welcome professors and academic advisors to join us for webinars to learn more about this opportunity.
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Deadlines: November 1, 2021; March 1, 2022
Applications are now being accepted for Spring and Summer 2022 study abroad programs in St. Petersburg. With the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), U.S. students can take advantage of our longest-running U.S. study abroad Russia programs with abundant cultural and co-curricular opportunities and an incredible alumni base.
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Deadline: October 11, 2021
Assistant Professor, Soviet and Post-Soviet History: The Department of History at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign invites applications for a tenure-track position in Soviet and Post-Soviet History. We welcome applications from scholars whose research explores any topic, region, or period within that specialization. The position will start at the rank of Assistant Professor (100% FTE, on a 9-month service basis, with a 2-2 course load). Priority will be given to applicants whose research and teaching interests show a deep engagement with methodological and historiographical debates as they relate to Soviet and Post-Soviet history. All thematic emphases are welcome, including environmental history, colonialism and post-colonialism, transnational or global history, the global south (Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia), the African diaspora, digital history, religion, law and human rights, capitalism and socialism, nationality, race and racism, and gender and sexualities.
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Deadline: September 30, 2021
Working with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Russian Flagship’s leadership team, and with local and national partners, coordinate the Russian Flagship Program, a U.S. Department of Defense-funded program to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to reach a professional level of competence (a Superior level proficiency) in Russian by graduation. Work both independently and with a team to promote an inclusive program for a diverse population of students.
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Deadline: January 2, 2022
The European Society of Comparative Literature/Société Européenne de Littérature Comparée is calling for monograph proposals for its new peer-reviewed book series Crossovers: New Perspectives on CompLit to be published by ibidem Press (Germany).
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Event Date: September 23, 2021
Sponsored by the Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture (HECAA)
Thursday 23 September at 9:00 Los Angeles, 12:00 New York, 17:00 London, 18:00 Moscow
Registration required by 22 September: https://bit.ly/russiaroundtable
In the eighteenth century, Russia emerged as a truly European power. Yet despite the presence of Russians in Europe and Europeans in Russia, the vast Russian Empire continued to be perceived as a quasi-oriental land. As a result, those artists and works of art that moved from West to East were – and sometimes still are – all too often seen as vanishing into a distant realm. This panel will highlight current research on the Russian art world and its engagement with Western Europe in the eighteenth century. Short presentations will examine the importance of the French tradition to St. Petersburg’s Imperial Academy of Arts, Russian artists’ travel to the Netherlands and Paris, Russian patronage of Venetian art, connections between Russian and British art as reflected in portraits by Rokotov and Gainsborough, and Russian collecting of classical antiquities.
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Deadline: October 15, 2021
Georgetown University invites applications for the position of Ion Ratiu Visiting Professor in Romanian Studies at the Center for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. Requirements for the position are excellence in Romanian studies and proficiency in the Romanian language. Candidates will be selected on the basis of excellence in scholarship and promise of strong teaching capabilities.
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The successful applicant will become a core faculty member in CERES and teach courses in support of one of the top interdisciplinary MA programs in this field and its undergraduate area studies certificate. The position is for three academic years with possibility of extension.
Event Date: September 22, 2021
Dostoevsky at 200 is a forthcoming roundtable discussion which will kick off an international series of online events based in North America celebrating the bicentenary of Dostoevsky’s birth, co-hosted and co-sponsored by the North American Dostoevsky Society as well as several different universities in Canada, the US, and the UK, including our own department.
The first event will be the roundtable discussion, Dostoevsky at 200: The Novel in Modernity, to be held on Wed, Sept 22, 2021. It is free, open to the public with registration required.
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Deadline: December 15, 2021
Event Date: March 25-27, 2022
We invite scholars to share research and participate in discussions related to Ukrainian studies. We welcome submissions from fields that include but are not limited to: history, literature, memory studies, translation, linguistics, music, film, religious studies, political science, anthropology, sociology, gender studies, mass media. In addition to this broad range of topics, to celebrate the 30-year anniversary of Ukraine’s independence we welcome talks and presentations that touch upon the gains and challenges that Ukraine has witnessed since 1991: poetry and literature of independent Ukraine, memory politics, the Orange Revolution, the Revolution of Dignity, the Chornobyl consequences, Russian occupation of Crimea and Donbas, Ukrainian cinema, Ukrainian literature abroad, teaching Ukrainian literature in Ukraine and abroad, etc.
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Deadline: October 29, 2021
The Department of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School seeks applications for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant or associate professor interested in research and teaching in the field of modern Russian history, with a specialization in security issues. Relevant expertise might include Russian military history/strategy, the Cold War, Russian technology issues, arms control, or military issues in Russia’s relations with NATO, Eastern/Central Europe, the Caucasus, or Central Asia. Candidates should demonstrate a strong potential for teaching excellence and scholarly research. The successful candidate must also be prepared to teach introductory Masters-level courses on modern Russian history, Russian/Eurasian military strategy, and possibly modern European history, as well as courses in the candidate’s specific research specialty.
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