The UW-Madison is currently seeking an administrative program manager, who will serve as the general director of the intensive, summer language institutes.
The Central & East European Studies subject area at The University of Glasgow invites applications for a range of PhD studentships (beginning September 2017) focusing on Russia, Central and East Europe or Eurasia.
Article by CAP’s Sebastien Peyrouse published in East Asia Forum.
The World Aral Region Charity is a new non-profit organized to have a direct impact on the Aral Region.
George Mason University is launching a major new international multidisciplinary scholarly program, the Russian/Soviet Perspectives on Islam Project (RPI).
Launched in 2012, the project aims to strengthen water management practices at both local and national levels in response to climate change-induced water scarcity risks that are increasingly affecting farming systems in Turkmenistan.
CESSI will be held at UW-Madison from June 19-August 11, 2017.
Op-ed in The Washington Times by CAP Director Marlene Laruelle.
The field of Central Asian Studies lost perhaps the last of its great masters when Dr. Edward A. Allworth died on October 20 at the age of 95.
NDI seeks a Resident Director to be based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.