Ohio State U
Dept. of Slavic & E European Langs. & Cultures
Senior tenured position in Russian Culture, with demonstrated teaching experience and a strong record of publications in three of the following areas: film, theater, poetry, theory, postmodernism, and gender studies. Applicants will be considered only if they have (1) native or near-native command of Russian and English, with the ability to teach in Russian at both undergraduate and graduate levels, and (2) a proven commitment to interdisciplinarity, since the position, through primarily in Russian culture, calls for teaching courses within or cross-listed with at least two of the following: Film Studies (FS), Theater, Comparative Studies, International Studies (IS), and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS). Interviews will be held at the ASEEES Convention in New Orleans, 15-18 November 2012.
To apply, please send a cover letter, a complete CV (with the names and email addresses of three references), and a sample publication in one of the areas specified above by 1 October to the following address:
Slavic Search Committee
c/o Linda Milbourne
Ohio State University
400 Hagerty Hall
1775 College Road
Columbus OH 43210-1340
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. OSU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Association for Students and Teachers of Color in Slavic Studies (STC) Seeking New Members
The Association for Students and Teachers of Color in Slavic Studies (STC) is an affiliate organization of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), which is dedicated to better connecting and expanding the network of minority scholars working in the profession. STC is committed to improving general understanding of the unique challenges faced by students and educators of color studying, teaching, and conducting research in and about the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. The Association seeks to serve as a platform for discussions of race and ethnicity in the region. Its first annual meeting was held at the ASEEES conference in Washington in November 2011, and the second annual meeting is planned for November 16, 2012 at the ASEEES conference in New Orleans.
In the meantime, STC’s officers are starting a few projects this summer and welcome the help of anyone who would like to get involved. The group plans to send out a short summer newsletter that will include, among other things, information on various funding sources. They will also be working on the group website and starting a group blog. If you are familiar with setting up websites or maintaining a blog and would like to help, or if you have ideas as to what should be included in the newsletter, please contact the group officers. You can connect with STC at the following sites:
Facebook page — http://www.facebook.com/groups/153286684736881/
ASEEES page (with contact information for group officers) — http://www.aseees.org/organizations/stc.html
Eurasia Internship: Freedom House
Description: The Intern will support program activities and advocacy campaigns to advance democracy and human rights across Eurasia, a region that remains one of the world’s most repressive regions. She/he will support the team in administration and logistics of program implementation, research, fundraising, and outreach. This is a 40 hour per week paid Internship that will require a 6-month commitment. The Intern will report to the Eurasia Program Director. Continue reading →
Research Associate, International Institutions and Global Governance: Council on Foreign Relations
Description: The Council’s Studies Program is one of the country’s largest foreign policy think tanks with a widely respected and influential research staff. The Studies Program aims to advance the discussion of American foreign policy and international affairs through its writing, publications, public outreach, and discussions. Continue reading →
Program Assistant Intern: World Affairs Councils of America
Description: The World Affairs Councils of America (WACA) seeks a Program Assistant Intern for Fall 2012.
Duties and activities encompass, but are not limited to, the following:
• Assist Program Officer in management of all national education programs
• Assist in planning and organizing the 2012 National Conference
• Develop and edit content for national Academic WorldQuest competition
• Update and maintain speaker database
• Perform research projects on international relations and nonprofit management topics
• Help to prepare best practices operational papers for the council system
• Work on special projects as needed
• Visit key institutions in Washington and report on hearings/talks
• Assist with preparation for national board meetings
Some Duties and Responsibilities
Assist with background research and design for proposals and proposal resources
Provide feedback and edits on proposals
Produce interesting visual representations of proposal information
Attend relevant events and other external meetings as necessary and provide readout to proposal coordinator and related teams
Assist with proposal production in line with the parameters of solicitations
Other related duties as assigned. Continue reading →
Open Call for Submissions for 1st Juried Member Exhibit
Entry Deadline: MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2012
Exhibit Dates: December 1, 2012 thru January 27, 2013
The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago (UIMA) is accepting submissions for the 1st Juried Member exhibit from visual artists.
There is no theme. It is open to all media and subject to space (max 48 in. in width). All works must be contemporary in nature completed within the past 2 years.
Only UIMA members may submit proposals.
Become a member.
Please visit the UIMA website more information and submission guidelines.
–Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Researcher Information Session–
THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2012
1:00PM – 2:30PM
Stuart Hall, Room 102
5835 N. Greenwood Ave.
Please join Fumiyo Kamiko, Deputy Director of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and Elene Rozhkova, Argonne National Laboratory Scientist and former JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow, for an information session on current fellowship and grant opportunities for faculty, post-docs, and graduate students in a wide variety of disciplines in the physical and biological sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
The JSPS is a partner organization of NSF and NI and more information can be found at: http://www.jsps.go.jp/english.
Beverages and Flirty Cupcakes will be served.
Please Reply Online by Monday, July 16, 2012.
Questions? Please contact Jennifer Woods at: firstname.lastname@example.org