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weekly calendar academic opportunities

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Please note that all entries listed are abridged and that full descriptions can be found in the Academic Opportunities PDF.

July Deadlines

  • Call for Papers: 2014 Midwest Regional Conference of the Comparative International Education Society
    July 31 Deadline
    Workshop Dates: October 10-11, 2014, Indiana University, Bloomington

    In an increasingly interconnected word, internationalization is a phenomenon affecting every level of learning. At all levels of education, internationalization encourages the incorporation of global perspectives and dimensions. Its wide-ranging impacts are evidenced in fundamental shifts in curriculum, instruction, policy, and administration aimed at educating learners as global citizens.

    While internationalization efforts appear to offer many benefits, these efforts and the way in which they are studied need to be critically examined: Do these efforts perpetuate or break down structural, global inequalities? Who benefits? Who is excluded? What assumptions underlie the concept of internationalization? What does it mean to different educational stakeholders? What technologies enhance internationalization opportunities? How does internationalization relate to ideas of global citizenship? What methods and methodological approaches may better help us study these questions? How can internationalization be reimagined within a framework of social justice?

    This theme will guide conference participants, including researchers, graduate students, representatives of global institutions, civil society, and education practitioners, to reimagine the internationalization of education and inspire new conversations about inequality, development, policy, and methods as they relate to internationalization.

    Additional information is available on their website.

    Please direct questions to mcies2014@gmail.com

  • Call for Submissions: Raeff Book Prize
    July 31 Deadline

    Please address all questions about the prize to John Randolph (President 2014, ECRSA). The publication must be a monograph, translation, or reference work about any aspect of the long eighteenth century, on any of the territories of the former imperial Russian state. Authors or publishers should send one copy of eligible publication to each ECRSA Prize Selection Committee member (see addresses below) AND to the ASEEES main office.Submissions should be clearly marked “Marc Raeff Book Prize.” Nominations must be received no later than 31 July 2014. Award winners will be personally notified of the award prior to 1 October 2014.

    Please see REEI Opportunities PDF for specific addresses.
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August Deadlines

  • Call for Papers: Conference of the Society for Romanian Studies
    August 1 Deadline
    Conference Dates: June 17-19, 2015, Bucharest, Romania

    Linking Past, Present and Future: The 25th Anniversary of Regime Change in Romania and Moldova (1989/1991)

    Proposals are being accepted for papers, panels and roundtables from junior and senior scholars working in a variety of disciplines: history, sociology, anthropology and ethnography, political science, philosophy, law and justice studies, literature and linguistics, economics, business, international affairs, religious, gender, film and media studies, art history, music, and education, among others.

    Individual paper proposals should include the title of the presentation, a brief abstract of up to 500 words, a short c.v., and contact information of the presenter.

    Proposals for 2-hour panels including 3-4 papers, one chair, and 1-2 discussants should provide a title and description of the panel topic, abstracts of all papers, short vitae, and contact information for all participants. Panel participants should be drawn from at least two different universities.

    Roundtables proposals of 3-5 participants should include title and description of the topic, short vitae and contact information for all participants.

    In addition, the conference organizers will accept proposals for book panels.

    Submissions should be sent in a single attached Word document by August 1, 2014 to srs2015conference@gmail.com. Submissions and presentations in French will be accepted, as long as they are for full panels and roundtables including members from more than one university. Participants will be notified of the acceptance of their proposal by October 15, 2014.
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September Deadlines

  • Call for Papers: "Popular Music and Society" Special Issue: Pussy Riot
    September 1 Deadline

    Submissions are invited for a special edition of Popular Music and Society that examines "The Pussy Riot Complex: Post- Soviet Popular Music, Activism,and Power Politics in the 2000s."

    Questions and issues to be explored within this context can include:
    • Boundaries between music, performance art, and civic activism
    • Relationships between popular music, protest, religion, and political power
    • Links between bands/musicians and political movements/parties
    • The influence/legacy of Voina and Pussy Riot on neighboring countries
    • Reactions to Pussy Riot within the post-Soviet art and music community
    • Attempts and strategies to silence musicians and bands linked to the post-Soviet protest movement

    Contributions are welcomed from researchers in all disciplines involved in the study of popular music in the post-Soviet space: popular music studies, ethnomusicology, sound studies, Russian studies, literature studies, culture studies, sociology, business, history, linguistics, folklore, journalism, communication.

    Submission instructions: Submit a short abstract by e-mail to David-Emil Wickström and Yngvar Steinholt at: pms_priot@d-ew.info

  • Call for Submissions: 2014 AWSS Graduate Essay Prize
    September 1 Deadline

    Call for Submissions: 2014 AWSS Graduate Essay Prize

    AWSS invites submissions for the 2014 Graduate Essay Prize. The prize is awarded to the author of a chapter or article-length essay on any topic in any field or area of Slavic/East European/Central Asian Studies written by a woman, or on a topic in Slavic/East European/Central Asian Women's/Gender Studies written by a woman or a man. This competition is open to current doctoral students and to those who defended a doctoral dissertation in 2013-2014. If the essay is a seminar paper, it must have been written during the academic year 2013-2014. If the essay is a dissertation chapter, it should be accompanied by the dissertation abstract and table of contents. Previous submissions and published materials are ineligible.

    Essays should be no longer than 50 double-spaced pages, including reference matter, and in English (quoted text in any other language should be translated). Completed submissions must be received by September, 1 2014.

    Please send a copy of the essay and an updated CV to each of the three members of the Prize Committee; materials may be sent via regular mail or as email attachments. Please address any questions to the chair of the prize committee:

    Adele Lindenmeyr, Ph.D., Committee Chair
    Interim Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

    Villanova University
    SAC105
    800 Lancaster Ave
    Villanova, PA 19085 USA
    Adele.lindenmeyr@villanova.edu

  • Funding: Malevich Society Grant
    September 30 Deadline

    The Malevich Society is pleased to announce its call for 2014 grant applications.

    The Malevich Society is a not-for-profit organization based in New York dedicated to advancing knowledge about the Russian artist Kazimir Malevich and his work.

    In the belief that Malevich was a pioneer of modern art who should be recognized for his key contributions to the history of Modernism, the Society awards grants to encourage research, writing, and other activities relating to his history and memory.

    The Society welcomes applications from scholars of any nationality, and at various stages of their career. Graduate students are welcome to apply to the Society's grants after completing at least one year of dissertation research. Proposed projects should increase the understanding of Malevich and his work, or augment historical, biographical, or artistic information about Malevich and/or his artistic legacy. The Society also supports translations and the publication of relevant texts.

    Application forms and instructions may be requested by telephone at 1-718-980-1805, by e-mail at info@malevichsociety.org, or may be downloaded from the web-site: www.malevichsociety.org. Applications and all supporting documents should be submitted via e-mail to applications@malevichsociety.org.
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Rolling Deadlines

  • Funding: Jewish Studies Conference Funding for Graduate Students
    Indiana University Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program

    Applications should be submitted to Dr. Carolyn Lipson-Walker, Assistant Director, Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University, Goodbody Hall 326, 1011 E. 3rd St., Bloomington, IN 47405-7005; clipsonw@indiana.edu; FAX (812) 855-4314.

    Priority will be given to Jewish Studies doctoral minors.

  • Funding: Jewish Studies Conference Funding for Undergraduate Students
    Indiana University Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program

    For Jewish Studies Major, Certificate, and Hebrew Minor Students up to $500

    Please submit statement, reference, and budget to the Jewish Studies Program (Goodbody Hall 326, 855-0453) or email to clipsonw@indiana.edu.

    Funds are limited. Applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis.
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