The Malevich Society: Call for Grant Applications

Dear Colleagues,

The Malevich Society is pleased to announce its call for 2018 grant applications.

Based in New York, the Malevich Society is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge about the Russian artist Kazimir Malevich and his work.

In the belief that Malevich was a pioneer of modern art who should be recognized for his key contributions to the history of Modernism, the Society awards grants to encourage research, writing, and other activities related to his history and memory.

New Issue: Sibirica - Interdisciplinary Journal of Siberian Studies (Vol. 17, Issue 1)

Dear Colleague,

This open issue of Sibirica begins with Paul Dukes's article looking at the career of Vilhjalmur Stefansson, a turn-of-the-century explorer and anthropologist. Albina Girfanova's article on Vladimir Arsenyev discusses his fieldwork in the Ussuri taiga. Also featured are two essays presenting the results of ongoing fieldwork in Siberia. This issue marks the first under the editorship of Matthew P. Romaniello and concludes with book reviews.

Volume 17, Issue 1


Transitions and Arrivals, Matthew P. Romaniello

New open access book: Remains of the Soviet Past in Estonia: An Anthropology of Forgetting, Repair and Urban Traces

***We apologise for any cross-posting***

UCL Press is delighted to announce a brand new open access book that may be of interest to members of this list: Remains of the Soviet Past in Estonia: An Anthropology of Forgetting, Repair and Urban Traces by Francisco Martínez. Download it free from: https://goo.gl/tFRWgr

CfA: USHMM 2019 Summer Research Workshop Program, applications due Oct. 1, 2018

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies invites proposals from Workshop Coordinator(s) to conduct two-week research workshops at the Museum during the month of July in 2019. We welcome proposals from scholars in all relevant disciplines, including history, political science, literature, Jewish studies, Romani studies, philosophy, religion, anthropology, comparative genocide studies, and law.



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