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The American Association for Ukrainian Studies was founded in 1989 as the American affiliate of the International Association for Ukrainian Studies (IAUS; MAU in Ukrainian). Its membership includes scholars, students, and practitioners in the United States and Canada, although its membership also comprises scholars from Western Europe as well. The AAUS is dedicated to furthering knowledge about Ukraine, popularizing Ukrainian studies, providing career-building resources to its members, and making the intellectual resources of the organization available to the media and general public. The AAUS is a non-profit educational organization.

LATEST ASSOCIATION POSTS

5th June

Congratulations to AAUS prize winners for 2015-2016!

Dear Colleagues, On May 6, 2017,┬áthe AAUS held its customary semi-annual business meeting at the ASN convention at Columbia University in New York. At the meeting, the new group of AAUS prize winners was announced. Best Article Prize: Christine Worobec, … Continue reading

8th February

Call for submissions: AAUS Article Prize, Book Prize, and Translation Prize, deadline Feb. 28, 2017

Dear Colleagues, The American Association for Ukrainian Studies announces the call for nominations (including self-nominations) for the new round of the AAUS Article, Translation, and Book Prize. For this round, articles, books, and book-length translations from Ukrainian into English published … Continue reading

12th May

AAUS prizes for 2014-2015 announced

Dear Colleagues, The American Association for Ukrainian Studies is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014-2015 prizes for Best Article, Best Book, and Best Translation. The prize committees selected the following winners: The prize for Best Article in the … Continue reading

23rd January

Call for submissions: AAUS Article Prize, Book Prize, and Translation Prize, deadline Feb. 15, 2016

  Dear Colleagues, The American Association for Ukrainian Studies announces the call for nominations (including self-nominations) for the new round of the AAUS Article, Translation, and Book Prize. For this round, articles, books, and book-length translation from Ukrainian into English … Continue reading

22nd May

AAUS Article Prize for 2012-2014 announced

Dear Colleagues, The American Association for Ukrainian Studies is pleased to announce the winner of the 2012-2014 prize for the Best Article. The prize committee selected the following winner, who was announced at the AAUS business meeting at the ASN … Continue reading

17th December

Deadline extended for nominations for the AAUS Article Prize

Dear Colleagues, The committee for the AAUS Prize for Best Article in the field of Ukrainian Studies has extended its call for nominations to February 15, 2015. In addition to articles published in 2012 and 2013, articles published in 2014 … Continue reading

17th December

AAUS Book Prize and Translation Prize for 2012-2013 announced

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28th July

Call for nominations for the next round of AAUS Book, Article, and Translation Prizes; deadline September 15, 2014

Dear Colleagues, The American Association for Ukrainian Studies announces the call for nominations (including self-nominations) for the new round of the AAUS Book Prize. For this round, books published in 2012 and 2013 are eligible. Please have the publisher send … Continue reading

24th April

AAUS business meeting April 2014

Dear Colleagues, The next business meeting of the American Association for Ukrainian Studies will take place on Saturday, April 26, 2014, at 1:20 p.m., in Room 1219, International Affairs Building, Columbia University, during the annual world convention of the Association … Continue reading

10th September

AAUS prizes for 2013

The semi-annual AAUS business meeting was held at the ASN Annual Convention in New York on Saturday, April 20, 2013. At the meeting, two AAUS prizes were announced. For the first time in our association’s history, the same scholar was … Continue reading

 

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