Internship: Summer Online Research Internship and Submissions Open for Student Journal (SRAS)

Internship Deadline: May 20, 2021
Journal Submission Deadline: August 31, 2021

The SRAS Summer Online Research Internship is a highly flexible program that builds student resumes with publishing experience! Students who complete the program also earn $200 towards a SRAS study abroad program OR $75 that can be spent on SRAS online courses. Writing topics are highly varied and tailored, in part, to student interests. The application deadline is May 20th. More information can be found at

Vestnik, the student journal started and supported by SRAS, is also currently accepting submissions. Student writing on any subject and time period related to Eastern and Central Europe, Russia, Central Asia, and the Caucuses is accepted. Student writing involving primary source research is particularly encouraged. More information can be found at

Any questions on either of these opportunities may be addressed to Josh Wilson at, Assistant Director,, Editor in Chief of Vestnik, The Journal of Russian and Asian Studies

Learn Ukrainian, BCMS, and Russian Online with UT Extension (UT Enrollment Not Required)

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Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Fall 2021

SC 506 is the first of a two-semester online course designed to introduce you to the languages and culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia (BCMS). This course prepares you for real-life situational discourse (appropriate for beginner-level students) in which you might find yourself when interacting with the target culture. 

Course assignments will allow you to work independently, but you can also expect to work with peers on various activities, such as project assignments, or video recording conversations in BCMS. We will have our class twice a week (Mondays and Wednesdays), each time for an hour. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, you will work on your own. 

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Acad. Job: One-year Russian Instructor (U Oklahoma)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

One-year Instructor of Russian
The Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at the University of Oklahoma invites applications for a full-time, one-year position in Russian for the 2021-2022 academic year.  The academic year runs August 16, 2021 (arrival in Norman, Oklahoma by August 10) through May 15, 2022. Duties include teaching elementary to advanced Russian Language, contributing to major recruitment, and participating in and organizing activities for the Russian Language Program. 

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Acad. Job: Russian Lecturer (UNC Greensboro)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

UNC Greensboro
Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Full-time Lecturer – Russian

The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of North Carolina Greensboro invites applications from academic professionals with established records of dynamic undergraduate teaching for a full-time, non-tenure-track position in Russian, effective August 2021. Applicants are required to possess native or near-native fluency in Russian. The nominal teaching load for this non-tenure-track appointment is 4-4. This is a one year contract appointment with the possibility for renewal. We do not have funding for relocation expenses.

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Grad Program: Higher School of Economics (Moscow)

Deadline: August 10, 2021

Soon to be graduates are invited to apply to English taught 2-years master programs at the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia.

Two programs are offered in English: Strategic Corporate Finance & Economics and Economic Policy .

Every applicant is considered for the full and partial scholarships based on academic merit portfolio assessment. The number of scholarships is limited, so those who seek financial support should apply early here

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CFP: Edited Volume on D’Annunzio as World Literature

Deadline: August 30, 2021

In the last two decades, there has been a renewed interest in Decadent literature, and a reassessment of the Decadent movement in relation to a poetics of circulation and reception. Scholarship of Decadence have been especially productive in unveiling the crucial role of translation, the extent to which Decadent authors read, cited and plagiarized one another. Novels previously judged derivative or stylistically lacking have been re considered in light of their participation in a network; moreover, scholars have demonstrated that Decadence’s focus on style did not preclude engagement in socio-political issues. Most importantly, while studies of Decadence were until recently focused on France, or at the most on French-Anglo relationships, recent scholarship has highlighted how Decadence functioned as a transnational, cosmopolitical movement that found disciples across and beyond Europe.

This project builds on these developments to examine the work of the Italian author Gabriele D’Annunzio (1863-1938) within a world literature framework, from his own engagement with translation and multilingualism to the international circulation and reception of his work.

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Russian Studies Grad Program (McGill University, Canada)

Deadline: August 14 (Spring); January 6 (Fall)

Russian Studies at McGill invites applications from talented students.  As part of the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, we offer a uniquely multi-cultural and interdisciplinary environment. Our students and faculty are committed to open, culturally informed dialogue among national and across intellectual traditions.    

Our faculty specializes in 19th-21st century Russian literature and culture, working in such areas as Russian Romanticism and Realism, the Russian novel, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky and Chekhov, as well as Soviet and Post-Soviet film and media. We offer seminars in drama, opera, film, folklore, the avant-garde, high Stalinist culture and post-Soviet culture.  Our students are invited to explore visual culture, cultural mythology, symbolic geography, and intermediality. Beyond Russian Studies, the Department hosts a broad and flexible range of graduate seminars, including literary theory, world cinemas, digital humanities, media studies and environmental and animal studies. A small but dynamic program allows for a great deal of personal attention, an atmosphere of collegiality and a close-knit intellectual community.

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