Deadline to Apply: June 1, 2019
Please consider submitting a paper proposal for a working group on Central and East European Theatre on the topic of “publics” hosted at the American Society for Theatre Research Conference from November 7-10, 2019 in Arlington, Virginia.
The working group format provides support, discussion and collaboration on work in multiple stages of development. Deadline for proposal submission is June 1st.
In Theatre and Performance in Eastern Europe: The Changing Scene (2008), Dennis Barnett and Arthur Skelton outline the ways in which the communist period was artistically and socially generative – despite heavy censorship and political constraints – as performers and audiences Continue reading “CFP: Theatre’s New Publics in Central and East Europe and Russia”
Deadline to Register: May 2019 (Late registration period begins May 13)
The Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at UT is offering a new online Russian language course, starting this summer with RUS w406 FIRST-YEAR RUSSIAN I (Whole session).
*These courses are open to all—non-students and UT/non-UT students alike
RUS w406 FIRST-YEAR RUSSIAN I will run from June 6–August 16, 2019, and is the first of three semesters of online Russian classes that will be offered. All three levels will be running simultaneously in the upcoming Fall and Spring semesters of 2019–2020. Continue reading “Lang. Training: Summer First-Year Russian Online (UT Austin)”
Learn the basics of Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (BCS) in this online beginning BCS course offered at the University of Kansas this fall. Here is the description of the course:
BCRS 150 – Beginning Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian I (3 credit hours) Fall 2019
Fundamentals of B/C/S grammar, reading, speaking, and writing. Introduction to the cultural context in which B/C/S discourse occurs. ONLINE course, designed to accommodate the needs of students regardless of age, educational background, or occupation who want to acquire some basic communicative skills in B/C/S. No previous knowledge of BCS or other foreign languages required.
The course is open to non-KU and non-degree-seeking students. For more information, interested students should contact the instructor, Marta Pirnat-Greenberg, at email@example.com.
Deadline for Applications: May 2019
The Department of Russian & Slavic Studies at the University of Arizona offers two intensive 5-week fully online courses in Russian for beginners:
Russian 101: June 10 – July 11
Russian 102: July 14 – August 14
The courses are based on the online and completely free textbook Mezhdu Nami and involve both self-paced activities and online meetings with the instructor using Zoom.
Both courses are taught entirely online and involve synchronous online group meetings for interactive practice with the instructor. At the 101 level, we offer 4 meetings a week. At the 102 level, 3–4 meetings a week are offered. All group meetings will be recorded and made available to the students. Continue reading “Lang. Training: Russian Online this Summer (Arizona)”
Deadline for Applications: As soon as possible (Review of applications begins May 18, 2019)
Saint Louis University, a Catholic, Jesuit institution dedicated to undergraduate and graduate education, research, health care, and service seeks an adjunct instructor in Russian (Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) for the Fall 2019 semester.
The desired qualifications for a successful candidate include an ABD or PhD in Russian or Slavic Languages (with a focus on Russian), an ability to teach Russian at the beginning and Continue reading “Acad. Job: Adjunct Instructor in Russian (St. Louis)”
Deadline to Apply: May 15, 2019
Call for papers (edited volume):
Teaching Nabokov’s Lolita in the #MeToo Era
Editor: Dr. Elena Rakhimova-Sommers
The volume seeks essays that explore the experience of teaching Lolita in the #MeToo Era.
I hope to bring together responses to Nabokov’s art that blend pedagogy and critical analysis. After teaching the novel for years, many of us have witnessed (and continue to witness) a fascinating shift in student responses to the text following the start of the #MeToo movement. Some of us rethought the methodology of presenting Lolita and of navigating productive class discussions. I see this volume as a space to start a conversation about the evolving nature of the intellectual (and emotional) task of bringing Lolita to our students and to share faculty insights and best practices.
Please send a 350 word abstract and a brief CV to:
Dr. Elena Rakhimova-Sommers firstname.lastname@example.org by May 15th, 2019.
Continue reading “CFP: Teaching Nabokov’s Lolita in the #MeToo Era”
Deadline to Apply: June 1 for autumn semester; December 1 for spring semester
(UiT PhD students register for class and exam by September 1st in autumn semester and February 1st in spring semester)
“Aspect in the Arctic” International conference
September 5-6, 2019
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
This conference follows a PhD course at UiT The Arctic University of Norway:
See URL: https://uit.no/utdanning/emner/emne/620639/hif-8038
Please note International Applicants should apply here: https://fsweb.no/soknadsweb/login.jsf
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Applications will be considered beginning April 25, 2019.
The University of Virginia Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures seeks to hire a non-tenure track, part-time, lead instructor for Second-Year Russian for the two semesters of the 2019-2020 academic year. Compensation will take the form of $6000 in wages for each course. One or two additional courses, in Russian literature and culture, may also become available later.
A terminal degree is desired but not required. Candidates must have a strong commitment to teaching. Teaching experience is required, preferably in North America at the college level. Applications will be considered beginning April 25, 2019. Continue reading “Acad. Job: Lead Instructor Second-Year Russian (UVA)”
Deadline for Applications: May 5, 2019
The IRIS National Resource Center has opened a second FLAS competition for Summer 2019 to study Turkish at UW-Madison.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, May 5, 2019.
Deadline for Applications: May 4, 2019
Archaeology Summer School | Cinema summer school | Turkish Literature Summer School
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Yunus Emre Institute provides full-ride scholarships Turkish Summer School that all students dream of. It offers an exhilarating learning opportunity and Turkish cultural immersion, plus a whole lot of fun.
Continue reading “Study Abroad: Turkish (Archeology/Cinema/Literature) Summer Schools 2019”