In our blog, we try to focus as much as possible on Slavic points related to science, various projects for the enrichment of culture and science. Our partners and cheap ghostwriters for hire from and other resources that provide the appropriate level of information take part in their development.


Abstractualized is a blog by Seth Bernstein featuring digital projects in Russian and Eurasian studies. It includes posts on GIS and mapping, data mining, network analysis and social media. A recent post included a visualization of Soviet air travel networks from the summer of 1948.

Topic Modeling the Slavic Review

Avant-Gardes and Émigrés, a research initiative in DH and Slavic at Yale University, has recently released their preliminary Slavic Review Topic Model Browser.  Their work is inspired and made possible by the models and tools made available by Andrew Goldstone and Ted Underwood, demonstrating the possibilities of topic modeling academic journals with their joint work

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Mapping Cultural Space Across Eurasia

This website is the product of a year-long bi-weekly interdisciplinary seminar on the production, representation, and significance of cultural space, held during the 2014-2015 academic year at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies. You can see both our collaborative workspace and the final projects carried out by members of the seminar. There are

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Building on Dissertation Reviews‘ extensive experience with reviews of recently defended dissertations and innovative junior scholarship, Curator is a new project offering analysis of  significant emerging ideas and methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences.  We will gather applications from recent PhDs and junior scholars to form a cohort of 5-10 “curators” who will each

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Call for Proposals: DH sessions at the 2016 ASEEES convention

We are planning a cluster of panels and roundtables at the 2016 annual convention of the Association of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (November 17-20, 2016, Washington, DC). If you are interested in presenting on one of the digital humanities topics below, please contact the respective organizer with a brief description of your contribution.

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The Digital Humanities in the Slavic Field Group will be adding more content to this website soon, including resources, highlights of digital humanities work and upcoming events. In the meantime, join our mailing list to stay up to date on plans for the website, the ASEEES convention and a potential THATCamp