Job: Foreign Affairs Specialist (Selective Service, Pentagon)

Deadline: March 4, 2024



  • Responsible for recommending and implementing policy guidance for the direction, integration, management and supervision of international programs and activities affiliated with the Department of the Air Force concerning country and/or regional responsibility.
  • Areas of direct responsibility include implementation of US and USAF policy, military contacts and cooperative activities, country and regional reviews, USAF security assistance, disclosure policy and related activities, technology transfer, and other USAF international programs with foreign countries, coordination of senior AF official’s international travel and visits of senior foreign officials to the United States.
  • Reviews and establishes policy on current developments in the Europe/NATO Division. Identifies items that impact USAF bilateral or regional programs.
  • Represents USAF at weekly, monthly, and annually occurring interagency and departmental conferences and meetings. Represents SAF/IA as a member of appropriate committees and working groups.
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Call for Applications: 2024 Research Training Workshop

Deadline: March 1, 2024

At the Summer Research Laboratory on Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

June 14-15, 2024

Professor Anna Whittington (Department of History, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
Dr. Nataliia Laas (Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs)

Soviet Citizenship in Flux: New Perspectives on Late Socialism and After

The Russian war on Ukraine has raised the question of why the relations between the citizens and the state diverge greatly in different post-Soviet states. This research training workshop starts from the supposition that many of these differences stem from differentiated and unequal practices of citizenship in the late Soviet era. We seek to bring together scholars working across a wide geographic and temporal spectrum, illuminating both differences in the discourses and practices of citizenship and their evolution over time and space. Key themes include the relationship between center and “peripheries”; the tensions between citizenship as conceived by political and cultural elites and citizens; the formation of new rituals and practices to promote belonging; the transformation of citizenship practices at times of upheaval and uncertainty; and the varied and contested legacies of Soviet citizenship across the former Soviet Union. We are especially interested in papers that offer political, social, economic, and ecological perspectives on late socialism and early independence.

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Summer Language Institute (University of Pittsburgh)

Priority Deadline for best funding: March 1, 2024

Accepting applications for SLI’s 2024 summer intensive language programs!

The Summer Language Institute ( at the University of Pittsburgh is accepting applications to summer 2024 programs in Pittsburgh and abroad, as well as to our trademark 10-week Pitt+abroad programs and Ukrainian Internship program. SLI is planning a primarily in-person program in 2024, but will offer a limited number of online, synchronous sections for some of our most in-demand languages, and we welcome inquiries from students about the availability of their preferred instructional format.  

Our priority application due date for best funding consideration is March 1, which is also the deadline to be considered for a Summer FLAS Fellowship from Pitt’s REEES. Our 2024 languages are: 

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STARTALK Instructor (Short-Term Contract)

Deadline: Rolling

The University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (REEES) seeks to hire an individual to offer Russian language instruction remotely to 5-10 high school students at the intermediate-low level from March 2nd through April 27th, 2024. 

The STARTALK Instructor works closely with STARTALK Program Director, Dr. Olga Klimova, to follow an already developed curriculum aligned with STARTALK requirements and the program theme, “That Diverse Russian Speaking World!”Responsibilities will include:

*Hold online classes, learning activities, and formative assessments.

*Adhere to the pedagogical framework appropriate for the K-12 educational setting and consult with the Program Director regarding student needs.

*Participate in faculty professional development training and any necessary program staff meetings.

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Three Fully-Funded PhD Positions in Economic History (Public University of Navarre)

Deadline: March 31, 2014

The economic history unit at the Department of Economics, Public University of Navarre (UPNA) will open three PhD positions starting in September 2024. The PhD positions are fully funded for a duration Call for expressions of interest: three fully funded PhD positions in economic history of four years. Accepted candidates will also join the Institute for Advanced Research in Business andEconomics (INARBE).
We are looking expressions of interest by students with a background in economics, history or related disciplines to participate in the following two projects:

  • Taxation, inequality, and welfare state policies (led by Sara Torregrosa, one position)
  • Energy transitions, natural resources, and industrialization (led by Cristián Ducoing, two
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Multi-Term Lecturer for Bosnian /Croatian /Montenegrin /Serbian (University of Kansas)

Deadline: March 16, 2024

The deadline for applications for the position of Multi-Term Lecturer for Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian at the University of Kansas has been extended. The initial review of applications will now begin on 16 March 2024.

SPlease contact Stephen M. Dickey at with any questions.

The original announcement for the position follows:

The University of Kansas is conducting a search for a multi-term lecturer for Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian language. The position description is given below, and more information is available at The start date for the position is 18 August 2024; initial review of applications will begin on 19 February 16 March 2024.

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IERES Petrach Program on Ukraine Fellowship, Resident and Non-Resident Opportunities

Deadline: March 1, 2024

The Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (IERES) is calling for applications for three fellowship opportunities offered through the Elliott School’s Fund for Scholars Affected by the War in Ukraine and in partnership with the Kyiv School of Economics and the Ukrainian Global University. These opportunities are open to scholars who are based in Ukraine or were based there before February 24, 2022.  The deadline to apply is Friday, March 1, 2024. 
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Lane Kirkland Scholarships for Polish Studies

Deadline: March 1, 2024

Lane Kirkland Scholarships Program 2024-2025

For nearly 25 years now, the Lane Kirkland Scholarship Program has been supporting individual development of young, ambitious and active citizens of selected states in Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia. The goal of the Program is to share the Polish experience of political transformation and integration with the European Union. The group of over 1000 alumni of the Program includes members of governments, MPs, managerial staff of large multinationals, heads of local authorities and well-known social activists.

The Program offers scholarships for two-term university training courses on Polish universities. Eligible candidates are young leaders and experts with higher education coming from the following 11 countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Russia*, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan who are interested in fostering democracy, economy and civic society in their home countries and in the region.

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CFP: Pushkin and Ukraine (Pushkin Review)

Deadline: March 1, 2024

The peer-reviewed journal Pushkin Review invites submissions for a special issue devoted to Pushkin and Ukraine.  Potential contributors should send a draft title and abstract (200 words max) to the Guest Editor of the special issue, Valeria Sobol (, by March 1, 2024.  With the aim of fostering open scholarly discussion of difficult and fraught issues, we seek to publish adventurous new work on Pushkin in Ukraine and Ukraine in Pushkin.  Topics and approaches might include:

– perception and reception of Pushkin in Ukraine;
– Pushkin’s notions, depictions and uses of Ukraine and Ukrainian language and culture;
– Pushkin as a Soviet institution in Ukraine;
– the “Pushkinopad” phenomenon;
– Ukrainian contemporaries of Pushkin;
– Pushkin, colonization and decolonization;
– political and military uses of Pushkin’s image and myth in Ukrainian-Russian relations and the current war;
– Pushkin and propaganda;
– Pushkin and race in the Ukrainian context;
– Pushkin’s milieu and Ukraine;
– oral history of the Ukrainian experience of Pushkin.

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