Tenure-Track Position in Department of Russian and Slavic Studies (University of Jerusalem)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem invites applications for a tenure-track position (open rank) in the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies, open to all areas of specialization.

The position is open to all candidates who have attained a Ph.D. degree, and to advanced doctoral students who expect to be granted their Ph.D. no later than June 30, 2025.

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Foreign Visitors Fellowship Program (Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University)

Deadline: August 23, 2024

The Slavic-Eurasian Research Center (SRC) of Hokkaido University is pleased to announce the 47th round of the SRC’s Foreign Visitors Fellowship Program for 2025-2026.


Foreign specialists in studies of the former Soviet and East European countries, who are interested in undertaking research at the SRC during the academic year of 2025-2026 as well as initiating and continuing international collaborations with our staff, may submit applications for this program.

Applicants should choose their period of employment at the SRC: Within the period from May 1, 2025 to March 19, 2026, applicants will be able to name their preferred period for a minimum of 2 months, up to a maximum of 5 months.
After the selection process, the SRC reserves the right to ask nominated applicants to change the period of stay at the Center. 

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2025 Summer Institute for the Study of East Central and Southeastern (American Council of Learned Societies)

Deadline: October 30, 2024

The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) invites applications for the Summer Institute for the Study of East Central and Southeastern Europe(SISECSE) 2024-25 competition. In partnership with the Centre for Advanced Study Sofia (CAS), ACLS will convene leading scholars from Eastern Europe and North America for a two-week residency in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria from June 5 to June 20, 2025.
 
SISECSE will provide participating scholars with time and space to dedicate to their own research and writing in a collaborative and interdisciplinary setting. The program covers travel, accommodation, and per diem expenses. Scholars are expected to be in residence and to participate in all planned events for the duration of the institute.

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In addition to conducting their own research, scholars will have the opportunity to participate in a series of immersive discussions on a broad topic of shared academic interest. In 2025, discussions will explore “Epistemic Mistrust: Authorship, Credibility, and Knowledge Production.” Whether in times of crisis and war, or times of peace and stability, who do we trust to tell the truth? Whose stories do we listen to? With a growing lack of trust in traditional sources of knowledge—including suspicion of academic institutions—public confidence in the value of research is eroding. Nevertheless, humanistic approaches are essential for fostering critical thinking and promoting interdisciplinary dialogue. Participants will consider diverse questions: how can scholars in the humanities or interpretive social sciences help cultivate a more nuanced understanding of truth? How can we enhance the relevance and accessibility of academic research? How can we make the process of knowledge production and dissemination more inclusive?

Eligibility 
The competition is open to scholars in any field or discipline in the humanities and interpretive social sciences pursuing postdoctoral or advanced research in East Central and Southeastern Europe, including Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Hungary, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Ukraine. We seek to foster conversations across generations and fields.
 
Scholars must be based at institutions in North America (Canada, Mexico, US) or East Central and Southeastern Europe (see the list above).
 
Applications must be submitted in English, but the written work produced by the grantee can be in any language. Work proposed must be in the humanities and interpretive social sciences and must employ humanistic approaches and methods.

Deadline: October 30, 2024, 9:00 PM EDTQuestions?  Contact us at SISECSE@acls.org.

This program is made possible thanks to a generous donation by Carl and Betty Pforzheimer.
  Formed a century ago, the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) is a nonprofit federation of 81 scholarly organizations. As the leading representative of American scholarship in the humanities and interpretive social sciences, ACLS upholds the core principle that knowledge is a public good. In supporting its member organizations, ACLS utilizes its endowment and $37 million annual operating budget to expand the forms, content, and flow of scholarly knowledge, reflecting our commitment to diversity of identity and experience. ACLS collaborates with institutions, associations, and individuals to strengthen the evolving infrastructure for scholarship. In all aspects of our work, ACLS is committed to principles and practices in support of racial and social justice.

The Centre for Advanced Study in Sofia is an independent institution with strong international and interdisciplinary orientation, promoting freedom of research and scholarly excellence in the humanities and the social sciences. Since its establishment in 2000, CAS has been attracting young talents and outstanding senior scholars by offering institutional conditions conducive to free pursuit of knowledge and dialogue in the framework of individual research fellowships or collaborative multi-disciplinary and cross-cultural enquiries. In partnership with other Institutes for Advanced Study, universities, scholarly and cultural associations, it works to re-establish the tradition of intellectual communities and to facilitate open critical debate and exchange of ideas on national and trans-national levels.

Job: Associate Director, Russian, East European, And Eurasian Center (University of Illinois)

Deadline: August 7, 2024

The Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center (REEEC) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign has announced a search for a new Associate Director.

This position is the senior full-time staff position at REEEC.  The Associate Director provides academic leadership and staff supervision for the Center, acts as its chief grant and financial officer, directs our interdisciplinary BA major, and teaches one course per year in the REEES curriculum. Together with the Director, the REEEC Associate Director is responsible for the overall operation of the center, including program development, coordination with other units in the Illinois Global Institute, grants management, and alumni relations and advancement.

Founded in 1959, REEEC at Illinois is an active, interdisciplinary hub for our field and is a Federally-designated Title VI Comprehensive National Resource Center. We have faculty affiliates across campus, drawing on Illinois’ historic (and continuing) investments in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (REEES) as well as Illinois’ immense educational infrastructure as a public research university. We administer Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships funded by the Title VI program, and offer BA and MA REEES programs alongside a dual degree (MA REEES / MS Library and Information Sciences). We sponsor innovative academic programming on campus across the year, and conduct extensive public engagement and outreach work with schools and communities. Together with our colleagues at the Slavic Reference Service, we also run our annual Research Laboratory program, that brings dozens of scholars to campus each year for short-term research visits and training workshops.

https://illinois.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/11079?c=illinois

Job: Assistant Director, Center for Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies (UT Austin)

Deadline: Open Until Filled (Posted July 9, 2024)

The position is grant-funded through August 14, 2026, with the possibility of renewal based on funding availability, work performance, etc. Some travel is required.

Purpose

To assist the Director of the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREEES) in implementing a wide range of activities to advance the center’s mission–to promote teaching, research, and outreach related to this critical global area. Serve as senior staff liaison to the College of Liberal Arts for the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies.

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Acad. Job: Full Time Lecturer in Russian (University of North Georgia)

Deadline: Open Until Filled (Start date: August 1, 2024)

The Department of Modern Languages at the University of North Georgia invites applicants for a Full-time Lectureship (with benefits) in Russian, on its Dahlonega campus with the possibility of teaching on multiple campuses. The appointment starts August 1, 2024.

Responsibilities

  • The successful candidate will be expected to teach a wide range of undergraduate courses in Russian language, culture, and literature, with a minimum course load of 24 credit hours per academic year. 
  • The ability to successfully incorporate technology at all levels of instruction is highly desirable. 
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Job: Program Associate (Kennan Institute)

Deadline: July 12, 2024

The Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute seeks a Program Associate to take a leading role in working, with the Program Director and Deputy Director, in defining Kennan Institute (KI) strategic goals related to activities in and around Russia, Ukraine and the region. 

This position closes on July 12, 2024, or after 100 applications have been received. For full qualifications and instructions on how to apply, please view this position on USAJobs: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/797890900. Only applications submitted through USAJobs will be considered.

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Job: Postdoc Researchers (University of Ostrava)

Deadline: July 15, 2024

https://www.osu.eu/job-opportunities/?kdepr=0&prace=2741

The Dean of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ostrava announces a selection procedure, reference number: OU-70726/25-2024, to fill the following systematized position of:

  • postdocs (non-academic staff members – researchers, systemized position Postdoc I) within the project REFRESH – Research Excellence For REgion Sustainability and High-tech Industries reg. no. CZ.10.03.01/00/22_003/0000048

Job description:

  • co-solving of complex research/development tasks within the project Refresh;
  • collaborating in a research team with other researchers at the University of Ostrava and a partner university;
  • active publishing according to the needs of the field and according to the Refresh project proposal; at least one publication (Jimp or Jsc) per year;
  • securing research funding (submitting grants, seeking other opportunities).
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Job: Russian Instructor (Columbus International High School)

Deadline: Open Until Filled (posted 6/11/24)

The Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies at The Ohio State University has been pleased to collaborate with the Columbus (North) International High School (CIHS) in offering Russian language instruction since August 2011. Both first and second-year introductory Russian language courses are offered, taught by an instructor with B.A. and M.A. degrees. The instructor will need to attend training alongside Graduate Teaching Associates by the Director of the Language Program at the Ohio State Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures on the most effective language pedagogy and classroom methods in August 2024. The instructor teaches fifty-minute classes five days a week during the regular Columbus School District academic calendar for a total of 35-36 weeks. Students learn elementary Russian language and engage in other activities relating to the use of Russian language such as language lab activities, watching Russian-language films, researching Russia-focused projects, etc. The instructor reports directly to Mr. Douglas Lowery, principal of the school (dlowery@columbus.k12.oh.us), for any issues related to student behavior or performance or other classroom concerns.

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Russian Language Flagship Postdoctoral Fellow (Indiana University)

Deadline Extended: June 17, 2024

The application deadline for this position has been extended until June 17, 2024:The Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures and the Russian Language Flagship Program at Indiana University, Bloomington (https://slavic.indiana.edu) invites applications for the position of Russian Language Flagship Postdoctoral Fellow. The contract is for an initial period of one year (paid over 10 months), with the possibility of renewal for a second year. We invite applications from qualified individuals at any early stage of their career who hold a PhD awarded no earlier than 2019 in Russian language, Linguistics, Literature, pedagogy, or Second Language Acquisition and who do not hold tenure-track positions. The position is an exciting opportunity for an emerging scholar to conduct cutting edge pedagogical research in a vibrant environment housed at a top research university.

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