Deadline: May 31, 2021
1) THE SEEFA AWARD FOR THE BEST UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PAPER (an
honorarium of US $50)
2) THE SEEFA AWARD FOR THE BEST GRADUATE RESEARCH PAPER (an honorarium
of US $100)
Winning papers will be considered for publication in SEEFA’s
Continue reading “Undergraduate/Graduate Research Paper Awards (Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Folklore Studies Association)”
peer-reviewed journal, Folklorica.
Eligible submissions, whether published or unpublished, must be grounded
in the disciplines of folkloristics, ethnology or related fields and
based on original research connected to any region of Eastern Europe,
Eurasia or its diaspora. Submissions must have been written for a
university course within the 12-month period preceding the submission
deadline of May 31.
Deadline: May 1, 2021
The 2023 International Congress of Slavists will be held in Paris, at the Sorbonne (exact dates TBA). A major goal of the International Committee of Slavists for this next Congress is to increase the number of presentations in literature and culture, which have been underrepresented in the recent past.
Continue reading “Call for Proposals: Thematic Block Proposals, International Congress of Slavists (Paris, France)”
At this time, the International Committee of Slavists invites applications for thematic blocks for the 2023 International Congress. The application deadline is *May 1, 2021.*
The calls for individual papers and roundtables will be issued next year.