March 22, 2012
Announcement: Upcoming deadlines!!
Graduate conference “United We Stand? The EU, its current challenges and the way forward” calls for papers. Deadline: April 15
Postdoctoral fellowships available at Research College at Freie Universitat Berlin. Deadline: April 15
Book Project CFP: ‘The EU: A Global Power in the Making’ looks for contributions to this edited volume to be published as part of Springer’s “Global Power Shift” series. Deadline: May 15
Posted by juliahla at 04:39 PM
March 18, 2011
SWSEEL Alumni Association
The new SWSEEL Alumni Association invites all former Indiana University summer language workshop participants to join. Highlights of the Association's planned activities include an annual newsletter with information about our current activities and alumni work and accomplishments, summer reunions in Bloomington during the workshop, mini-reunions at language and area-studies conferences, bringing alumni to campus as guest speakers during the workshop, and acting as a resource for alumni.
We welcome you to join by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to contact us with any questions!
Alumni Association Coordinator, Summer Workshop in Slavic, East European and Central Asian Languages (SWSEEL)
Indiana University Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Posted by uunguyen at 09:44 AM
October 04, 2010
Announcement: German Visual Culture Network
The Interdisciplinary Initiatives Committee of the German Studies Association (GSA) has established of a series of networks in the spirit of interdisciplinarity as well as to encourage breaking with traditional periodization. We write to invite you to become part of this important intellectual effort by joining the Visual Culture network of the GSA.
We have established a listserv and soon will launch a web-based forum for the exchange of ideas among scholars with interests in German Studies as well as in Visual Culture. We also anticipating assembling sessions on Visual Culture for upcoming GSA conferences and will develop themes for these sessions as part of our listserv communications.
To that end, we ask that you reply to us to add your email to the listerv. We will begin our conversations on the intersections of German Studies and Visual Culture immediately, and will announce to listserv members once we have established an online forum to expand our conversations further.
Feel free to respond to either / both of us network coordinators to join the listserv and us as we explore the intersections of Visual Culture and German Studies.
Posted by bweben at 04:52 PM
September 21, 2010
Announcement: CV based academic portal
CoolCite is a CV based academic portal. It aims to support researchers and allow the sharing of ideas while supporting collaborations with peers. Users can access updated and relevant information for conducting innovative research. The portal supplies links to scientific associations, departments, disciplines and various forms of publications. The portal allows scholars to update their CV online; to manage forums with invited peers; to run public blogs – and to respond to posts of other scholars. Users can “follow” scholars whose work interests them and get a notice once they update their CV. CoolCite is the academic portal for the future.
Posted by agripley at 04:21 PM
September 07, 2010
New Link: Nationalities Blog
The Association for the Study of Nationalities and Nationalities Papers have recently established the Nationalities Blog. The blog provides a space for commentary, analysis and debate on nationalism , ethnicity and national identity around the world. In addition to contributions on current events (there are comments up on the ethnic violence in Osh, Kyrgyzstan by Julia George, Harris Mylonas, Scott Radnitz and Asel Doolotkeldieva, elections in Belgium by Peter Vermeersch and the Hungarian citizenship law Stephen Deets), readers can comment and discuss articles published in Nationalities Papers. To read the blog go to http://nationalities.wordpress.com/
Comments and contributions to the debate are always welcome.
Dr. Florian Bieber
Editor in Chief
Posted by agripley at 03:03 PM