May 9, 2023
ASN interviews Dr. Koter about a role of ethnicity in shaping African politics and the robustness of national identity in African countries, an area of research often overshadowed by ethnic identity.
April 3, 2023
Can we (and should we) compare China to other countries when analyzing nationalism? David Stroup discusses his latest article “Chinese Nationalism: Insights and Opportunities for Comparative Studies” (Nationalities Papers, vol.51 #1)
February 26, 2023
Interview with Vladimir Đorđević, Mikhail Suslov, Marek Čejka, Ondřej Mocek and Martin Hrabálek about their latest article in Nationalities Papers.
August 13, 2020
ASN and ASEEES issue a statement of concern over the detention of Stas Gorelik in Belarus.
The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) and the Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN) express our strong concern over the August 12 detention of our fellow academic researcher Stas Gorelik. Our members conduct research in Eurasia and share interest in the situation in Belarus, and we are among the largest transnational academic societies supporting regional studies.
Gorelik is a doctoral student in political science at George Washington University. His research is not on Belarus, but rather on other countries. He is a Belarusian citizen who had to return home to Minsk in order to renew his U.S. visa. Unfortunately, U.S. policy changes related to the COVID-19 pandemic prevented him from renewing his visa and returning to Washington to resume his doctoral studies. When protest activity emerged following his country’™s presidential election, Gorelik was arrested at his residence in the early hours of August 12.
Gorelik is a member of the worldwide scholarly community that we represent and whose civil and human rights we are mandated to monitor and champion. Given the circumstances of his arrest, as reported by various outlets, Gorelik’™s rights have been violated and we therefore urge the reconsideration of the charges against him and appeal to the authorities for his release.
Executive Committee, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian StudiesBoard of Directors, Association for the Study of Nationalities