Deadline: March 1, 2020
Program benefits: small stipend, room and board with a Russian family, three hours per week of one-to-one Russian lessons, teacher training and lesson planning assistance, a pleasant, well-equipped, and organized teaching environment.
Teacher obligations: Plan and teach four (possibly 5) 1 1/2 hour classes that meet twice a week, hold office hours, present a brief “Saturday lecture” on any aspect of American culture, airfare to Moscow, visa fee, obtain TESOL certification.
Apply via: www.serendipity-russia.com/teach.html
Deadline: January 29, 2020
The program includes community service, lectures on topics being explored by student-participants (politics, economics, sociology, culture, history, art, etc.), Russian language lessons, interaction with Russian university students, excursions to Moscow, St. Petersburg, and provincial towns, home stays, and opportunities for reflection.
“Visiting Russia has been one of the most life-changing experiences I have ever had. It taught me how little I really know about the world, how different somewhere can be from the USA. It also showed me that we as people, no matter where we live or what country we were born in, are more alike than we tend to let ourselves believe.”
More here: https://as.vanderbilt.edu/german/undergraduate/russian/Maymester-2018.pdf
Deadline: Ongoing Until Filled
The benefits of the American Home’s long-standing Intensive Russian Program – the main program offers one-to-one instruction to each participant – are provided to group participants:
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Deadline: Ongoing until Filled
The Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications for two positions with their Project GO Narva Program for Summer 2020: Lead Russian Instructor and 3rd-year Russian Instructor.
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Deadline: March 1, 2020 (or until Mid-May)
The Summer Language Institute (www.sli.pitt.edu)
at the University of Pittsburgh is proud to announce that we are
accepting applications for summer 2020. We
offer intensive language courses through a variety of domestic, study
abroad, and hybrid (Pittsburgh+abroad) programs in the following
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Deadline: Ongoing Until Filled
Posted Job Title: Technology Director for Penn Language Center
Job Description Summary: Technology Director reports directly to Penn Language Center (PLC) Academic Director and will serve as primary staff member for leading the development and execution of PLC Language programs in Less Commonly Taught Languages. (LCTLs).
Job Description: Since 1989, Penn Language Center (PLC) strengthens Penn’s language education and consistently supports the development of language professionals. In particular, PLC focuses on current trends in online instruction and teaching from within the National Standards. The center remains committed to its structural flexibility enabling its staff to respond quickly to changing demands for language instruction in a variety of languages that are not offered within the typical programs of established departments. PLC encourages dynamic and diversified language education with an emphasis on multilingual and transcultural competence that in turn imbue both the curriculum and the research effort of the academic community.
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Event Dates: Oct 8 | Oct 15 | Oct 22 | Oct 29 | Nov 5*
Tuesdays, 10:00 am-noon (Hawaii Standard Time), 1:00-3:00
pm (Pacific Daylight Time), 2:00-4:00 pm (Mountain Daylight Time),
3:00-5:00 pm (Central Daylight Time), 4:00-6:00 pm (Eastern Daylight
The last session (November 5) will take place after Daylight Savings
Time ends (November 3). We will keep all mainland times the same as
listed above and just shift Hawaii time to 11:00 am-1:00 pm.
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Deadline: January 15, 2020
CALL FOR PAPERS
58th Annual Meeting
Southern Conference on Slavic Studies
March 12-14, 2020
The Fifty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies (SCSS) will be held at the Westin Poinsett Hotel in Greenville, South Carolina, March 12-14, 2020. The meeting will be hosted by Clemson University. The SCSS is the largest of the regional Slavic and Eurasian Studies associations and its programs attract national and international scholarly participation. The purpose of SCSS is to promote scholarship, education, and in all other ways to advance scholarly interest in Russian, Soviet, and East European studies in the Southern region of the United States and nationwide. Membership in SCSS is open to all persons interested in furthering these goals.
The John Shelton Curtiss Lecture at the Friday Banquet will be given
by Professor Donald Raleigh, Jay Richard Judson Distinguished Professor
of History at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. His talk is
provisionally titled “GenSec: The Brezhnev
You May not Know.” Raleigh has authored, translated, and edited
numerous books on modern Russian history including Revolution on the
Volga (1986), Experiencing Russia’s Civil War (2002), Russia’s Sputnik
Generation (2006), and Soviet Baby Boomers (2012),
a Russian-language edition of which was published in 2015. The book was
short listed for the Pushkin House Prize in Great Britain and won the
Southern Conference on Slavic Studies Book Prize. His current book
project, a biography of Soviet leader Leonid Ilich
Brezhnev, has taken the author to archives in Ukraine, Moldova,
Kazakhstan, and Russia.
from all humanities and social science disciplines are welcome, as is a
focus on countries other than Russia/USSR. We encourage
participation from scholars of all Slavic, East European, and Eurasian
regions. Papers can be on any time period and any topic relevant to
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