Thank you for your interest in sponsorship, exhibit, and/or advertising opportunities at the 2017 ASEEES Annual Convention Chicago. 

Please complete this INFORMATION FORM and be sure to attach the CONTRACT with payment information at the end of the form. Full payment must accompany order. 

For more information on sponsorship opportunities see: http://www.aseees.org/convention/sponsorship

For more information on exhibit/advertising opportunities see: http://www.aseees.org/convention/exhibit

You can start this form and save it but once you hit submit you will not be able to make changes. 

No refunds will be made after August 3, 2017. 

If you have any additional questions, please contact Convention Manager, Margaret Manges at ASEEESCN@pitt.edu or at 412.648.4049.


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Application Guidelines:

  1. Applications should be made for manuscripts that have already been contracted and peer reviewed in full, and are at or nearing the production stage. Applications should be submitted by publishers only—not by authors.
  2. The publisher should submit the application using the online application form below.
  3. A complete application should also include:
    • An overview of the book and its scholarly significance (not to exceed 1,500 words).
    • A copy of the author's CV
    • The manuscript's Contents page and two sample chapters, complete with references. (One of these samples should be the Introduction, if applicable.).
    • A copy of all peer reviews of the book obtained by the press, along with the author's responses. The names of reviewers may be withheld, provided that the publisher certifies that the reviewers are established scholars who are not from the same institution as the author.
Grant Amount:  Maximum $2,500

Deadlines
: February 1 & September 1 11:59 PM Hawaii Time

Decisions of the selection committee are final and will be announced 4-6 weeks after each deadline. Funds will be disbursed at the time of award and should be expended within two years at the most.

For more information on the program and eligibility, click HERE.
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ASEEES is sponsoring up to ten grants annually, at a maximum of $5000 each, for the purposes of conducting doctoral dissertation research in Eastern Europe and Eurasia in any aspect of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian studies in any discipline.  

Please read carefully the grant eligibility on the program website before starting the application process. 

Only current ASEEES student members are eligible to apply. If you are currently not a member, you can become a member first and then apply.

Application Deadline: April 30, 2017, 11:59pm Hawaii Time

Application Requirements:

  • Completed online application form below
  • Research proposal (max. 1000 words)
  • Curriculum vitae (max 2 pages)
  • Graduate transcript (unofficial transcript allowed)
  • Two (2) letters of professional reference

Application Instructions:

  • Review the program website and the application form first to make sure you are eligible and that you have the necessary information and documents to upload.
  • You can save an incomplete draft of the application and return to it later. However, once you hit "Submit", you will not be able to edit.
  • It is your responsibility to make sure that your reference letters are submitted by your referees. You should let them know that they will receive an email instruction once you submit your application. The deadline to submit the reference letters is May 6.
  • The application deadline is firm. No late applications will be accepted.
  • Do not send any applications to ASEEES via e-mail or mail. All documents must be uploaded below. Do not send your transcripts, proposals or other documents to the ASEEES office. They will be discarded.

Research Proposal:

Your research proposal is the most critical part of the application. Please limit the statement to 1,000 words, excluding footnotes and the bibliography. Longer proposals will not be considered.

Please follow this outline when preparing your proposal, being certain to use the section headings provided and explicitly addressing all of the requested information.

a) Research Objective: Describe in detail your research question(s) and objective(s). How do approaches, concepts, and debates in your discipline and/or Russian historical studies inform your research?

b) Research Plan: Explain your research plan, including the timeline and locations where you intend to undertake your research. Please include:

    • Information regarding the institution(s) where you would like to conduct your research and why your research would benefit from conducting research at that institution;
    • Specific materials, sources, libraries, archives (including the archive name/number, if known), and consultations with local colleagues upon which you will draw for your research;
    • Description of any problems you foresee in carrying out the proposed research and any alternate plans you have conceived should your original proposal prove to be unfeasible; and
    • Any relevant correspondence you have had with the scholars or institutions with which you would like to work (please attach any letters of affiliation to the end of the research proposal).

c) Research Methodology: Describe in detail your intended research methodology. How does your research engage with methods and approaches within your discipline and/or Slavic, East European, and Eurasian studies?

d) Budget: Provide a budget for how the grant funds will be used.

Application Review: 

All files are reviewed by an interdisciplinary panel that values clarity of argument to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.

Since 2015, ASEEES has offered ASEEES Convention Opportunity Travel Grants to subsidize the travel of non-student members with income under $30,000 to present their papers at the ASEEES annual convention.  Applications are judged on intellectual merit of the proposed paper topic with a view to disciplinary and regional balances. Where possible, priority is given to first-time convention presenters or junior scholars who do not receive institutional support, such as those working as adjuncts or who are unemployed/underemployed.  For more information see the program webpage.

GRANT AMOUNT: Up to $500 USD

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 22, 11:59 PM Hawaii Time

ELIGIBILITY:

Applicant must be:

  1. A current regular member of ASEEES at the membership level of income under $30,000 at the time of application submission (affiliate, joint, and student members are not eligible to apply);
  2. Presenting a paper on an ASEEES Convention panel (chairs, discussants, and roundtable participants are not eligible to apply);
  3. NOT a student (graduate students from all parts of the world are encouraged to apply for the Davis Student Travel Grants)
  4. NOT a permanent resident of: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, or Uzbekistan, who can apply for our Regional Scholar Travel Grants.
  5. NOT in receipt of ASEEES Convention Opportunity travel grant in the last three years.
For more information contact aseees@pitt.edu or (412) 648-9911
The Kathryn W. Davis Graduate Student Travel Grant is a merit- and needs-based grant to subsidize travel for graduate students presenting papers at the 2017 ASEEES Convention. We are especially committed to subsidizing those graduate students who are presenting at the convention for the first time or who have no local institutional resources for travel support. Students may only receive ONE Davis Graduate Student Travel Grant over the course of their graduate studies. For more information visit the program webpage.

GRANT AMOUNT: Up to $500 USD

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 22 11:59 PM Hawaii Time

ELIGIBILITY:

Applicant must be:

  1. A student working at either the master's or doctoral level in any field of Slavic, East European, or Eurasian studies in any country;
  2. Presenting a paper on an ASEEES Convention panel (chairs, discussants, and roundtable participants are not eligible to apply);
  3. A student member of ASEEES at the time of application submission (if you are not a member yet, become a member before you start the application process);
  4. Not a previous recipient of the Davis Graduate Student Travel Grant.
How to Apply: 
  • Complete the online grant application form, which includes the paper title & abstract, tentative budget, statement of need, curriculum vitae, and the e-mail address of the advisor or department chair who will submit the letter of reference.
  • Make sure that your advisor or department chair submits a letter of reference by 5:00pm Hawaii Time on May 29, which includes confirmation that departmental and/or institutional conference travel funds are insufficient.  The referee will get an e-mail notification on how to submit the letter via the application site.
For more information contact aseees@pitt.edu or (412) 648-9911

ASEEES is able to offer Regional Scholar Travel Grant to subsidize the travel of faculty, research specialists, and independent scholars who permanently reside in Eastern Europe and Eurasia to present their papers at the ASEEES Annual Convention. Applications will be judged on intellectual merit of the proposed paper topic with a view to disciplinary and regional balances. Where possible, priority will be given to candidates who are first-time convention presenters or junior scholars whose institutions offer limited funding. For more information see the program webpage.

GRANT AMOUNT: Up to $1,000 USD plus convention registration fee waiver

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 22, 11:59 PM Hawaii Time

ELIGIBILITY:

Applicant must be:

  1. Permanent resident in any of the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, or Uzbekistan;
  2. Presenting a paper on an ASEEES convention panel (chairs, discussants, and roundtable participants are noteligible to apply);
  3. regular member of ASEEES at the time of application submission (affiliate, joint, and student members are not eligible to apply - view reduced membership fee offer);
  4. NOT a student (graduate students from all parts of the world are encouraged to apply for the Davis Student Travel Grants)
  5. Not in receipt of ASEEES regional scholar travel grant in the last three years
 For more information contact aseees@pitt.edu or (412) 648-9911

Thanks to a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, ASEEES is able to offer up to 16 travel grants of $1000 each to subsidize the travel of faculty, research specialists, independent scholars, and advanced graduate students who are Russian citizens and permanent residents of Russia to present their panel papers or speak on a roundtable at the 2017 ASEEES Annual Convention in Chicago. Applications will be judged on intellectual merit of the presentation topic with a view to disciplinary balance. Where possible, priority will be given to candidates who are first-time ASEEES convention presenters or junior faculty and advanced graduate students whose institutions offer limited funding. Panel paper presenters will be given priority over roundtable speakers. For more information see the grant program webpage.

GRANT AMOUNT: 

Up to $1,000 USD plus convention registration and 2017 ASEEES membership

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 22 11:59 PM Hawaii Time

ELIGIBILITY:

Applicant:

  1. Must be a Russian citizen
  2. Must be a permanent resident of and currently residing in Russia
  3. Can be an advanced graduate student who is enrolled in a doctoral program at a Russian institute of higher education
  4. Must have been accepted to present a paper on a panel or speak on a roundtable at the 2017 ASEEES Annual Convention. Panel paper presenters will be given priority over roundtable speakers (chairs and discussants will not be considered)
  5. Must be willing to become a member of ASEEES (membership included in the grant)

How to Apply:

  • Complete this online grant application form, which includes the paper title or roundtable title, presentation abstract, tentative travel budget, statement of need, and curriculum vitae as an attachment;
  • Since our funding is limited and we wish to fund as many deserving applicants as possible, we urge applicants to be practical in estimating their travel and lodging budget;
  • For Graduate Student Applicants: Make sure that your advisor or department chair submits a letter of reference by 5:00pm Hawaii Time on May 29, which includes confirmation that departmental and/or institutional conference travel funds are insufficient.  The referee will get an e-mail notification on how to submit the letter via the application site.
 For more information contact aseees@pitt.edu or (412) 648-9911