West Chester University (about one hour west of Philadelphia, PA) is looking for qualified instructors for courses in Russian film and culture. WCU is interested in building a list of candidates to contact when needed, but also does have an immediate need to staff a few courses for this upcoming fall semester (2017). The […]
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Lisa Kirschenbaum writes and teaches about modern Russia and the Soviet Union, war and memory, international communism, and gender in modern Europe.
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Professor and Head of the School of Modern Languages, University of Bristol The University of Bristol is looking to appoint an outstanding candidate as Professor and Head of the School of Modern Languages who can provide inspirational leadership and strategic management within the School. This is a key academic leadership position within the University of […]
Ala is a PhD Candidate (ABD) in Russian History at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her dissertation examines the nationalization of the Russian monarchy under Alexander III (1881-1894) and its far-reaching social, economic, and political implications. She holds an MA in Comparative History from Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary, awarded in 2013. Ala received her BA in Political Science and International Relations from the American University in Bulgaria in 2011. At the University of Maryland, she designed and taught during Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 her research methods course “Russian History in Art, Music, Literature, and Film.” During Spring 2017, Ala also underwent a curatorial internship at the Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens in Washington DC, which holds the largest collection of Russian art in the West. In January 2018, Ala was selected as a Cosmos Scholar by the Cosmos Club Foundation of Washington, DC.
Fellowships for Visiting Scholars The Armenian Studies Program (ASP) invites senior scholars to apply for the Manoogian Visiting Scholar Fellowship at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The purpose of the Fellowship is to diversify the Armenian studies curricular offerings to undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Michigan. Visiting Scholars, who are usually […]
Institution Type: College / University Location: South Carolina, United States Position: Temporary Job Title: One-Year Faculty Position, History Posting Number: 2017162P Position Type: Faculty Full Time/Part Time: Full Time Salary Grades – Exempt: Level 13 Salary commensurate with education and experience. Salary Grades – Non-Exempt: Not Applicable Pay Type: Salaried Work Unit: History Position Summary […]
I am a historian of Imperial Russia and the world, interested in the history of knowledge very broadly defined. My first book project, Spies and Scholars: Clandestine Encounters between Russia, China, and the West, deals with the construction of a Russian intelligence network in Qing Dynasty China between 1650 and 1850. Currently, I’m developing a project about the Russian roots of reactionary thought after the French Revolution.
Announcing the 2019 EUSA PRIZE Competitions 2019 EUSA Haas Fund Fellowship Competition The 2018-2019 EUSA Executive Committee is pleased to announce the 2019 EUSA Haas Fund Fellowship Competition, an annual fellowship for graduate student EU-related dissertation research. Thanks entirely to contributions to our Ernst Haas Memorial Fund for EU Studies, launched in June 2003 to […]