2016 Cohen-Tucker Dissertation Research Fellowship Recipients
ASEEES is delighted to announce the 2016 Stephen F. Cohen-Robert C. Tucker Dissertation Research Fellowship recipients.
The Cohen-Tucker Fellowship Program is sponsored by the KAT Charitable Foundation, which we thank for its generous support.
Susan Grunewald Carnegie Mellon University
Erin Hutchinson Harvard University
Dakota Irvin UNC Chapel Hill
Kelsey Norris University of Pennsylvania
John Romero Arizona State University
John Seitz Iowa State University
You can read the announcement with their dissertation titles and brief descriptions at: www.aseees.org/news-events/aseees-news-feed/aseees-announces-2016-cohen-tucker-dissertation-fellowship-recipients Congratulations to the six Cohen-Tucker Fellows!
2016 Tucker/Cohen Dissertation Prize Nomination Extended Deadline, June 15
The deadline for the 2016 Tucker/Cohen Dissertation Prize nominations has been extended to June 15. The Tucker/Cohen Dissertation Prize recognizes an outstanding English-language doctoral dissertation in Soviet or Post-Soviet politics and history in the tradition practiced by Robert C. Tucker and Stephen F. Cohen. The dissertation must be defended at an American or Canadian university, and must be completed during the 2015 calendar year. The prize carries a $5,000 award, intended to help the author turn the dissertation into a publishable manuscript. For more information see www.aseees.org/programs/aseees-prizes/robert-c-tuckerstephen-f-cohen-dissertation-prize
2016 Annual Convention Travel Grants
The deadlines for travel grants to the 2016 Annual Convention in Washington, DC, are approaching quickly: www.aseees.org/convention/grants
Extended Registration Deadline for 2016 ASEEES-MAG Summer Convention in Lviv, Ukraine
The registration deadline for the ASEEES-MAG Summer Convention has been extended to May 25: www.aseees.org/summer-convention/registration
You can view the preliminary convention program at: www.aseees.org/summer-convention/2016-program
Deadline: December 20, 2013
Applications are now being accepted for the second annual HGCEA Emerging Scholars Publication Prize, an award of $500 given to the author of a distinguished essay published the preceding year on any topic in the history of German or Central European art, architecture, design, or visual culture. Submissions, which must be in English and may be from electronic or print publications, must have a publication date of 2013; applicants must be either current PhD students or have earned a PhD in or after 2008 and must be members of HGCEA at the time of application.