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CfP: International workshop "How to teach multiethnic and transnational history: Ukraine"

10-12 May 2021, Lviv, Ukraine

This online workshop is designed for university-level Ukrainian Studies educators, as a platform to discuss multiethnic and transnational approaches to teaching Ukrainian history in their institutions. Through an exploration of new topics and approaches, we aim to further the development of Ukrainian history as a discipline in universities. Participants are invited to present and discuss courses, teaching programs and manuals, and resources for online learning and teaching

GCE-HSG Research Dissemination Grant: Borderland Studies in Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region

The Center for Governance and Culture in Europe at the University of St. Gallen (GCE-HSG) announces the call for research dissemination grants. The scheme provides funding to support the sharing of academic findings to a broader public. The grant program is a part of the project “Promotion of Cooperation in the Humanities and Social Sciences between Switzerland and the States of the Black Sea Region” funded by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research, and Innovation.

CfP for conference "Temporality and Material Culture under Socialism"

Call for Papers
Conference: Temporality and Material Culture under Socialism
Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut, 1–2 July 2021

Deadline: 16 April 2021


This conference focuses on the relationship between temporality and material culture in twentieth-century socialist regimes. We are primarily interested in looking at case studies from the USSR and Europe, but also from other geographical contexts such as Asia, Latin America, and Africa, especially from a comparative perspective.

A new tool at the researchers' service! ONLINE PRIMARY SOURCES for Russian, Caucasian, Eastern & Central European Studies (database)

Project conception and management : Elisabeth Kozlowski (Cercec)
Website development: Fabrice Demarthon (Cercec), Robin Jeanney, Pierre Météyé

I am pleased to introduce to you the ONLINE PRIMARY SOURCES for Russian, Caucasian, Eastern & Central European Studies - https://onlineprimarysources.cercec.fr/

New Book Announcement Ottoman Inscrıptıons ın Northern Black Sea Countrıes

NEW BOOK

Tütüncü, Mehmet. Karadeniz kuzeyinde osmanli kitabeleri : Ukrayna, Moldova, Rusya,Gürcistan, Litvanya. - Heemstede : SOTA, <2020>. 300 pages ; 24 cm (Corpus ofTurkish Islamic inscriptions ; Nr. 19). (paperback)

ISBN: 978-90-6921-023-0

19th volume of Corpus of Turkish Islamic Inscriptions series is devoted to the Inscriptions along the Nothern part of Black Sea Regions. The include Ukrainian territories (excluding Crimea, because abundance of Crimean Inscriptions needs a separate volume) Russia,Georgia, Moldavia and also from  Lithuania.

EVENT: Moving Beyond the Monograph- New and Creative Models of Academic Publication Every Scholar of Humanities Should Know About

Dear H-Russia Readers,

I want to invite you to join me for my exclusive interview with Chris Harrison, Publishing Development Director of Humanities and Social Sciences at Cambridge University Press as part of our ongoing 'Publication Success Interview Series'. 

Chris will discuss how Cambridge is moving beyond the monograph to introduce new and creative publication models to fill the gap between academic articles and books. Register to learn more about how you can take advantage of this new forum to publish your research and advance your career.

New Research Network: Ambivalences of the Soviet: Diaspora Nationalities between Collective Experiences of Discrimination and Individual Normalization, 1953-2023

New Research Network: Ambivalences of the Soviet: Diaspora Nationalities between Collective Experiences of Discrimination and Individual Normalization, 1953-2023

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