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2016 ASEEES Panel "Scholars and Public Intellectuals at Work in the Nineteenth Century"

I am looking for scholars/graduate students who are interested in presenting a paper at the 2016 ASEEES Conference on the subject of "Scholars and Public Intellectuals at Work in the Nineteenth Century." The panel willexplore the various pathways that Russian and East European scholars and public intellectuals interacted with Russian and global societies at all levels. Of particular interest are papers that situate these individuals and their work within global networks.

Panel at ASEEES

Dear all,

I am a current graduate of the PhD program at George Mason University. I am curious if among the members of these network there are people, who might be interested in organising an ASEEES panel on the transfer of technologies from and into the Soviet Union? For those who are interested here is my email: leshanu@gmail.com

Sincerely,
Alex Lesanu

NEW Winter Courses at YIVO Starting the Last Week of January

Delve into Ashkenazi Jewish life and culture with at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research (15 W. 16th Street, NYC) this winter. Register today!

The YIVO-Bard Winter Program on Ashkenazi Civilization courses beginning later this month are:

Jews, Communism, and Espionage

Instructor: Harvey Klehr
3 sessions, Wednesdays | January 27 – February 10 | 7:00pm-9:00pm

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