The SHERA Board is pleased to announce that Dr. Yulia Karpova (Budapest) has been selected as the recipient of the SHERA Graduate Student / Independent Scholar Travel Grant to attend the 2019 meeting of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) in San Francisco, California.
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I wanted to let the group know that Harvard University's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs is now running a paper series as part of its Homeland Security Project. Proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and if accepted, paper submissions will follow (papers are relatively short and are expected to be solution-oriented). The Belfer Center may hold conferences or other events in the future built around published papers. Here is an excerpt from the call:
For the first time in recent memory, an unaffiliated professor is on the ballot for election for Vice-President of the Professional Division of the American Historical Association. The mission of the Professional Division is to promote "integrity, fairness, and civility in the practice of history." Dr. Emily Rose, a currently unaffiliated professor who has taught at 5 universities, gained her place on the ballot by the unusual step of collecting signatures on an election petition.
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