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The American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL), founded in 1941, exists to advance the study and promote the teaching of Slavic and East European languages, literatures, and cultures on all educational levels, elementary through graduate school. While the largest proportion of its activities and members concentrate in the area of Russian, AATSEEL has from the beginning stressed that it embraces all Slavic and East European languages, literatures, linguistics and cultures. AATSEEL holds an annual conference in December of each year; its publications include the Slavic and East European Journal (SEEJ; four times a year) and the AATSEEL Newsletter (four times a year).
To learn more about AATSEEL, please visit their website at: http://aatseel.org/
Select from the following for information on:
Objectives and Activities of AATSEEL;
Board & Staff of AATSEEL;
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers about AATSEEL; and
Supporters & Funders of AATSEEL.
Objectives and Activities of AATSEEL
The AATSEEL Board & Staff
The current list of members of the AATSEEL Executive Council is available on the AATSEEL Website and may be requested from the Executive Director.
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers about AATSEEL
How are memberships handled?
Membership covers the calendar year (January-December). Address labels on the Slavic and East European Journal and the AATSEEL Newsletter show the year through which one is paid; all memberships and subscriptions expire in December of the year indicated. Renewal memberships extend the paid-up period through the following December. Renewals should be made by 15 March of the new year in order to ensure uninterrupted flow of publications. Earlier renewals are encouraged; multiple-year renewals are also accepted. New and reinstated memberships: Unless otherwise directed, new and reinstated memberships and subscriptions are credited to the year in which received; in these cases, back issues of SEEJ and the Newsletter for that year will be sent upon request as long as supplies last. Back issues for prior years are available at additional cost. To join, contact: Gerard L. Ervin Executive Director, AATSEEL 1933 N. Fountain Park Dr. Tucson, AZ 85715 USA phone/fax: 520/885-2663 email: email@example.com
What are membership rates?
See the AATSEEL Website for current rates.
How about institutional subscriptions?
Like memberships, institutional subscription rates cover a calendar year (January-December). Address labels on SEEJ and the Newsletter show the year of expiration. New and reinstated subscriptions will be credited to the year in which received, and back issues for that year will be sent upon request as long as supplies last. See the AATSEEL Website for current rates.
Are back issues of the Journal available?
Yes. Back issue rates (including shipping) for the Slavic and East European Journal are as follows: Domestic = $15/issue, International = $17/issue
Does AATSEEL have an annual conference?
The AATSEEL annual meeting always takes place at the same time (Dec. 28-30) and in the same city as the annual MLA meeting. See the AATSEEL Website for complete and updated conference information.
What are conference registration fees?
Conference registration fees are separate from membership fees. All conference presenters must be current members (see rates above) and must also register for the conference. Prereregistration is strongly encouraged. Preregistration by October 31 is required for presenters (panel chairs, secretaries, panelists) who wish to have their names appear in the official, printed conference program. For others, preregistration must be received by November 30. See the AATSEEL Website for current rates.
Supporters and Funders of AATSEEL
AATSEEL is wholly self-sustaining with a majority of operating funds coming from membership dues and subscriptions.
Message from the AATSEEL President
The AATSEEL website includes links to numerous resources for members of the profession and other interested parties, including a list of Russian Programs around the world, a list of Graduate programs in Slavic and East European languages, literatures and linguistics, a list of Intensive Language Programs, Book Reviews, etc.
Communicating with AATSEEL
Questions and/or comments about AATSEEL can be sent via surface or electronic mail to:
Gerard L. Ervin, Executive Director
1933 N. Fountain Park Dr. Tucson, AZ 85715
Critical Issues facing AATSEEL
Computing in Slavics, Russian and Slavic Language/Linguistics Enrollment Survey. News from the Chair/President The rubric “From the President” regularly appears in the AATSEEL Newsletter.