The co-hosts of the meeting are three early-career academics from different disciplines co-hosting the event: Maria Ivanova, literature (McGill U.), Andrey Ivanov, history (U Wisconsin-Plattville), and Tom Grusiecki, art history (Boise State U.). The Zoom host is the ESSA Treasurer, Justin Willson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please pass on this log-in information for the Early Slavic Studies Association's May 8 Early Career Zoom Meeting to any potentially interested graduate students and recent Ph.D.’s in any geographic location.
Topic: ESSA Early Career Meeting
Time: May 8, 2021 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 995 1755 3205
The purpose of this informal social event is to for grad students and recent Ph.D.’s whose research interests are in Early Slavic studies to meet each other and to ask advice from a panel early-career academics about how best to promote themselves for the job market during this rough time, and other career-related concerns.
This should be an informative and enjoyable meeting, so we hope that everyone who is interested will be able to attend.
President, Early Slavic Studies Association
Professor of Linguistics, Emerita
University of Oregon (USA)