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AAASS Essay Competition

Southwest Slavic Association

Posted: April 7, 2009

For graduate students, the essay submitted may be written in connection with coursework, thesis or dissertation research, or for presentation at a scholarly meeting, but this is not a requirement. The essay may deal with any aspect of Slavic Studies (history, politics, art, religion, culture, literature, economics, etc.) and there is no page limit requirement. To receive consideration from the Essay Competition Committee, you must be currently enrolled in a graduate program in one of the following states: TX, OK, LA, NM and AZ. Graduate essays may also be submitted by the supervising instructor on behalf of the student.

For undergraduate students, the essay must have previously been submitted for a regularly scheduled course during the 2008-2009 Academic Year. The essay may deal with any aspect of Slavic Studies (history, politics, art, religion, culture, literature, economics, etc.) and there is no page limit requirement. To receive consideration from the Essay Competition Committee, you must be currently enrolled in, or have recently graduated from, an undergraduate program in one of the following states: TX, OK, LA, NM and AZ. Undergraduate essays may also be submitted by the supervising instructor on behalf of the student.

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