Deadline: January 5, 2022
Graduate Organization for the Study of Europe and Central Asia (GOSECA)
February 25th-26th, 2022
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Aneta Pavlenko
Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan
University of Oslo, Norway
Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia have often been conceptualized as a single geopolitical unit due to the significance of the Soviet Union and its eventual disintegration. However, the twenty-first century has challenged essentializing conceptions of the region thanks to breakthroughs in technology and medicine, new regional conflicts, and globalization. Transformations in daily life, prompted by climate change and disaster, paradigm shifts in thought, and sweeping political revolution have molded individuals, nations, cultures, languages, and disciplines, and provoked intense social construction and reconstruction. For our 19th annual conference, GOSECA invites presentations exploring the themes of reconstruction and deconstruction, whether political, economic, linguistic, social, cultural, artistic, or any other kind.
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Deadline: December 15, 2021
A three-day workshop held on July 13-15, 2022 at the Forum Transregionale Studien, Berlin, Germany
The German Historical Institute in Moscow, Europe in the Middle East – The Middle East in Europe (EUME), a research program at the Berlin-based Forum Transregionale Studien, the Texas State University, and the Orient-Institut Beirut invite scholars in the fields of anthropology, history, literary studies and the political sciences to apply to take part in a workshop on »Arab-Soviet Internationalism – Socialist Internationalism, International Organizations and the Politics of Revolution in the 20th and 21st Centuries« to be held in Berlin 13-15 July 2022, at the Forum Transregionale Studien.
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Deadline: February 1, 2022
The American Association for Ukrainian Studies (AAUS) invites nominations (including self-nominations) for the next round of the AAUS Book, Article, and Translation Prizes. For this round, works published in 2020 and 2021 are eligible (as long as they were not nominated last year, as each work can be considered for a prize only once). Eligibility criteria are as follows. Deadline for nominated works to be received by all members of the respective prize committee is February 1, 2022.
The AAUS Book Prize is awarded for the best scholarly monograph-length work in the field of Ukrainian history, politics, language, literature and culture published in English, preferably by a single author, but by no more than two. Textbooks, collections, bibliographies, reference works, and self-published books are ineligible. English translations of scholarly monographs published initially in another language will be considered on a case-by-case basis, but will generally not receive highest priority unless their content represents a major contribution to Ukrainian studies.
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Deadline: December 31, 2021
The Prof. Richard Pipes Laboratory of the Institute of Political Studies,
Polish Academy of Sciences announces a competition for scholarships for researchers from foreign academic centers dealing with matters relating to Poland and/or Poles in the period from the 19th to the 21st centuries for a short-term stay (minimum fifteen days) at the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences (ISP PAN).
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(Previous scholarship holders cannot take part in the competition)
Deadline: January 14, 2022
The North East Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (NESEEES) Executive Board invites proposals for individual papers and complete panels for the 43th annual NESEEES conference.
The conference will be held virtually on Saturday, April 30th, 2022. Details on the conference format and procedures will be provided to registered participants. The registration fee will be waived this year due to the online format.
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Deadline: February 4, 2022
The application deadline for Graduate Research Fellowships starting in September 2022 is February 4, 2022.
The Center for Jewish History offers ten-month fellowships to doctoral candidates to support original research using the collections of the Center’s Partners – American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum, and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. Preference is given to those candidates who draw on the archival and library resources of more than one Partner institution. Fellowships must run for 10 months, starting September 2022, and applicants should have completed all requirements (i.e., coursework, exams, dissertation proposal) for the doctoral degree except for the dissertation. Fellows are encouraged to spend two days per week in residence in the Lillian Goldman Reading Room using the archival and library resources, if possible; however, we also encourage applications from applicants who will operate on a hybrid model (e.g., spend two months at the Center and work remotely for the remainder of the fellowship period if the majority of collection material is already digitized). Fellows must also participate in the Center for Jewish History Fellowship Seminar Program, attend monthly meetings of the fellowship program cohort, deliver a minimum of one lecture based on research conducted at Center, and submit a report upon completion of the fellowship describing their experience as a Center fellow.
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Deadline: January 20, 2022
Center for Urban History invites you to apply for the 2022-2023 Residence Grant at the Center for Urban History.
The residence grants are offered to researchers of various fields in the humanities from different countries. We especially encourage historians, culture studies scholars, and anthropologists. We welcome applications for research that offer broad interpretations of urban history as a discipline at the intersection of various approaches of humanities and social sciences. The chronological and geographical frames of the proposed research are limited to the 19th and 20th-century history of East and Central Europe. Preference will be given to topics related to the Center’s research focuses like urbanization in multi-ethnic cities, individual experience of city residents during 20th-century radical changes and wars, planned cities, urban heritage, commemorative practices and city space, infrastructure and cultural practices in the cities, digital and public history.
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Deadline: December 15, 2021
Writers’ House in Tbilisi, Georgia (country)
Who is welcome to apply:
Journalists, researchers, historians, sociologists, writers etc.
Description of Program:
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In Spring 2022, The Museum of Repressed Writers will open at the Writers’ House in Tbilisi. This museum seeks to uncover and make available to the public many previously unknown life histories and concealed details about repressed writers through research currently underway by the Writers’ House and The Soviet Past Research Laboratory (SOVLAB).As part of the program, Writers’ House seeks a writer to reflect on information uncovered and discuss the international relevance of the project. Some articles and/or interpretive pieces for publication in both United States and English-language outlets in Georgia are expected.
Event Date: February 24-26, 2022
After a two-year hiatus, the Annual Meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies (SCSS) will be held at the Omni Richmond ($135/night) in downtown Richmond, Virginia, February 24-26, 2022. The meeting will be hosted by the University of Richmond.
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.
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Deadline: January 14, 2022
The Open Language Resource Center (University of Kansas) and the Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning (University of Texas at Austin) are seeking proposals for the second annual Language OER Conference to be held online Saturday, March 5, 2022 via Zoom. We invite faculty, graduate students and academic staff to participate in two major streams of inquiry related to Open Educational Resources (OER) for language learning and teaching:
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