Indiana University is accepting applications for fellowships and scholarships to support study in its intensive Turkic language summer programs. Courses are intensive and accelerated, covering 1 year of material in 2 months in an online format, and are available for Turkish, Chuvash, Kyrgyz, and Uzbek.
We would like to extend our cordial invitation to submit your paper and panel proposals to our bi-annual conference of Australasian Association for Communist and Post-communist Studies (AACAPS) that will take place in Sydney on 2-3 February 2023.
UNSW will be the host of the conference.
FORUM: JOHN P. LEDONNE: FORGING A UNITARY STATE: RUSSIA'S MANAGEMENT OF THE EURASIAN SPACE, 1650-1850 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020)
NANCY SHIELDS KOLLMANN. "A Unitary State of Difference?"
ALEXANDER SEMYONOV. The Return of longue duree in Political History of the Russian Empire.
BARBARA SKINNER. Russia Was Not an Empire, Poland Was: LeDonne's Perspective on the Polish-Lithuanian Borderlands.
PAUL W. WERTH. The Defiantly Unfashionable Dr. LeDonne.
JOHN P. LEDONNE. Author's Response.
Melinda Haring H-Ukraine “Spotlight” Interview
“Eurasia, pressing issues: a roundtable”
December 1st, Wednesday, noon, PST.
University of Nevada
Prof. Gene Park, “North Korean issues in a historical framework.”
Prof. Xiaoyu Pu, “How to avoid a new Cold War in a new bipolar world”?
Prof. Hugh Shapiro, “Shifting maps and other anxieties along the Heilong jiang/Amur River.”
Prof. Barbara Walker, “Russian, Chinese, and US imperial tactics in Central Asia.”
Prof. Gi W. Yun, “South Korean Media Industry in the age of Netflix.”
To register for the event via Zoom:
Call for Applications: Open Research Laboratory at Illinois