|Title:||April Theses: last deadlines |
I hope you are well and
everything is fine around you. It is almost one month since we have met in
Lviv, and it is high time to begin to work on our plans that we have discussed
at the last session.
Let me remind you again
about them (and inform those who were not present in Lviv):
1. We need to elaborate a plan of our collective
volume within the next two months. Therefore, I have asked you to send your
possible topic with short (3-4 sentences) expose.
2. All your individual
syllabi created/reworked within our ReSET project are to be finalized as well
by 1 June. Therefore, I have asked you to send a syllabus (in English, and in a
form that would allow our faculty members to read and evaluate it).
3. We still can buy some
books – your suggestions are welcome.
4. Parts of collective
megasyllabus shall be read and evaluated by faculty members as well – therefore,
I also need to receive them.
I am sending this letter in
order to inform you again about the deadlines. If you miss them, our project
will result in failure.
Please, send us:
as soon as possible – reworked individual syllabi with suggestions of possible reader among
the faculty members (you can choose among John-Paul Himka, Yaroslav Hrytsak, Maciej
Janowski, Philipp Ther, Andriy Zayarnyuk, Yuriy Zazulyak, Ostap Sereda). I have
asked some of project members to translate the syllabus into English and to
rework its structure in order to make readable for our foreign faculty members.
If you need an example please look at my syllabus “Cultural Politics and
Contested identities”, which is uploaded on our web-site. If you fail to send the reworked syllabus by 1 May the latest we will not be able to
give you a credit for the participation in the project;
as soon as possible – a list of books , which we still can purchase from our budget;
as soon as possible – a topic of your contribution to our collective volume with a short
by 1 MAY
- last versions of megasyllabus.
Please, do not hesitate to
contact me if you have any questions.
With best regards,