The University of Georgia Russian Flagship program is seeking part-time virtual tutors for students at the intermediate high/advanced low proficiency levels. We prefer candidates with experience teaching advanced Russian courses and knowledge of the OPI rating scale. Compensation commensurate with experience. Please submit your inquiry and CV to email@example.com if interested.
RFI’s Center for Religious Freedom Education is NowAccepting Applications for Internships for Spring 2022
Through the Center for Religious Freedom Education (CRFE), the Religious Freedom Institute provides an opportunity for young people to learn, grow, and actively contribute to RFI’s efforts to secure religious freedom for everyone, everywhere.
During the internship program, students will participate in the work of the Religious Freedom Institute through its research, education, and policy programs, and gain experience in promoting religious freedom in the United States and around the world through the operations of a nonprofit organization. Under the direction of the CRFE, the internship program introduces students to current issues and areas of key interest (geographic or thematic) related to RFI’s Action Teams.
Full-time and part-time paid research internships at The Washington Institute are open to current undergraduates – preferably juniors and seniors – as well as recent graduates with a bachelor’s degree. Interns provide research and administrative support to Institute staff from our DC office. We offer Fall, Spring, and Summer internships in DC.
Interns are assigned to specific research programs based on their skills, experience, and interests.
Dostoevsky at 200 is a forthcoming roundtable discussion which will kick off an international series of online events based in North America celebrating the bicentenary of Dostoevsky’s birth, co-hosted and co-sponsored by the North American Dostoevsky Society as well as several different universities in Canada, the US, and the UK, including our own department.
The first event will be the roundtable discussion, Dostoevsky at 200: The Novel in Modernity, to be held on Wed, Sept 22, 2021. It is free, open to the public with registration required.
The Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at the University of Pittsburgh is pleased to announce the series titled “Intersectionality in Focus: From Critical Pedagogies to Research Practice and Public Engagement in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies.”
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and exacerbated pre-existing institutional, structural, and systemic discrimination and inequality in societies across the world. Furthermore, continued campaigns against gender and LGBTQ equity in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, racism in the United States, and the social protest movements that arose in response to such exclusionary projects have reinforced calls for intersectional approaches in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (SEEES). Class, ethnicity and race, dis/ability, gender and sexuality, and other identity markers interweave to produce inequality differently in Eastern Europe and Eurasia than in the Americas or Western Europe. Yet, it is these very differences that provide a rich ground for intellectual conversations in our field.
Must be a U.S. citizen. Potential applicants should read the entire announcement to ensure that they meet all of the requirements and understand a Foreign Service career. Applicants may not reapply for one year after the previous application for the same position. If a State Department Suitability Review Panel denied suitability in the last two years, you may not apply (except Diplomatic Security Special Agent (SA) candidates whose denial was based solely on the unique requirements for SAs.)
The University of Florida Center for European Studies (CES) is happy to announce the launch of three online language programs. CES is a US Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center and a Foreign Language and Area Studies provider. As part of our NRC grant, the Center developed online language courses for Hungarian, Polish, and Turkish. We are currently offering the beginning level language sequence online with plans to add intermediate language classes in the future.
Attached below is a brochure with additional information on less commonly taught languages (LCTLs) and how to apply.
The Center offers two methods for non-UF students to enroll in the online language courses:
For the upcoming summer months and Europride, Lossi 36 is looking to feature analytical pieces, interviews, stories, or visual content related to LBGT+ in the post-socialist space. If you have an idea or pitch or maybe even a draft, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We accept submissions on a rolling basis (also on other topics that LGBT+).