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Nominations for the „Mary Zirin” award and PhD Studentships, Goldsmiths College

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The Association for Women in Slavic Studies is seeking nominations for the Mary Zirin award.

The award of $500 is named for Mary Zirin, the founder of Women East-West. Working as an independent scholar, Zirin produced or encouraged, fundamental works in Slavic/East European Women’s Studies and has been instrumental in the development of the AWSS. The Prize aims to recognize the achievements of independent scholars and to encourage their continued scholarship and service in the fields of Slavic or Central and Eastern European Women’s Studies.

The Zirin Prize Committee will accept nominations (including self-nominations) until 1 Septemeber 2010. Nominations should be no more than two-pages double-spaced plus the CV of the person nominated. They must include consideration of the scholar’s contribution to the field as well as work in progress. The candidate’s major publications and supporting reviews should be submitted as well.

The Committee urges the nomination of candidates at all career stages. For the purpose of this award, an independent scholar is defined as a scholar who is not employed at an institution of higher learning or an employee of a university or college who is not eligible to compete for institutional support for research (for example, those teaching under short-term contracts or working in administrative posts). We welcome nominations from CIS and Central and Eastern Europe.

Nominations should be sent to Irina Livezeanu at irinal@pitt.edu, or via fax to 412-648-9074, or by postal mail to the Department of History, 3520 Posvar Hall, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15206.

PhD Studentships, Goldsmiths College (London)

The Department of Anthropology at Goldsmiths College (London) has secured funding for a research project on „Artefacts and Memory” in Romania. This centres on (but is not limited) to the collection of Romanian artefacts at the Horniman Museum.

They are offering two fully-funded PhD studentships as part of the project. Closing date for receipt of applications is 1 June 2010.

Here is the link:

http://www.gold.ac.uk/anthropology/news-events/eventtitle,20244,en.php

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