The program of the ASN 2017 World Convention is available on the Convention’s brand new website at www.asnconvention.com. The full panel lineup is broken down along the three days of the Convention:
The Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN), hosted by the Harriman Institute, will be held at Columbia University, New York, on May 4-6, 2017.
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The Convention is as international as ever with 700+ panelists from 52 countries. The program will feature in excess of 160 panels, including the screening of a dozen new documentaries that will be announced in April.
The ASN World Convention offers an exceptionally strong lineup of panels on all regions of the former Communist world and Eurasia: Central Europe (22 panels), Russia (22), Balkans (19), Ukraine (17), Central Asia/China (13), Turkey/Greece (12), and the Caucasus (10). Our thematic sections – Nationalism Studies (20 panels) and Migration (10) – are also on the rise.
A record 23 book panels will be featured, including the latest from Tim Snyder (On Tyranny), Marci Shore (The Ukrainian Night), Josh Tucker & Grigo Pop-Eleches (Communism’s Shadow), Lawrence Douglas (The Right Wrong Man), Max Bergholz (Violence as a Generative Force), Alex Cooley (Dictators without Borders) and Bob Legvold (Return to Cold War). The full list appears at https://www.asnconvention.com/book-panels.
There will be special roundtables on “The Deepening of Authoritarianism in Turkey,” “The Contribution of Walker Connor to the Study of Nationalism,” and “The Trump Election and Its Consequences for the Balkans,” as well as workshops on “How to Get an Article Published” and How to Prepare Proposals for Fellowships, Seed Grants and Post-Docs.
The opening reception will be held on the 15th Floor of Columbia University’s International Affairs Building, 420 W. 118th St., New York on Thursday, May 4th at 7.30 PM. The closing reception will be in the same location — on Saturday, May 6th at 5.30 PM. The ASN Harriman Book Prize, the Best Doctoral Students Papers Awards and Film Festival Award will be featured in a special ceremony on the Saturday (time to be announced).
For general information regarding the Convention, contact Ryan Kreider at firstname.lastname@example.org, 212 851 2174. For registration information, please contact Kelsey Davis at email@example.com. For information on panels, contact Dominique Arel, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you at the Convention!
Dominique Arel, ASN Convention Director (Academic)
On behalf of the Organizing Committee and the Program Committee