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Midwest Slavic Conference

The Midwest Slavic Conference has been held on the OSU campus since 2003. Approximately 30 panels are held each year with over 250 attendees from institutions throughout the country and internationally. Conference events include a keynote address, reception, and panels covering film, political science, culture, history, linguistics, and many other disciplines and that focus on all countries and regions of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.

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Recent News

June 25, 2020

Where do you work and what is your current position?

I work at Stanford University Libraries as the Curator for Slavic and East European Collections (and Modern Greek).

Tell us how…

June 25, 2020

CSEES is excited to launch a new monthly news article series featuring alumni profiles. The Master of Arts in Slavic and East European Studies welcomed the first cohort of students in autumn…

June 5, 2020

Dear students, colleagues and friends,

As leaders of the Area Studies Centers at The Ohio State University, we are horrified by the violence and turmoil we see unfolding around us. We…

May 21, 2020

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Midwest Slavic Conference was cancelled in April. As part of the Midwest Slavic Conference, the Midwest Slavic Association usually announces and…