Czechoslovak Studies Association

Welcome to the Webpage of the Czechoslovak Studies Association!
 

CSA Web Resources:
 
 * CSA information:
        officers
        membership
        by-laws
        Pech Prize
        Book Prize
        list-serve
                  list-serve archive
        newsletters
        CSA history (in Czech)

 * Czech Studies Workshop
              2009 (co-sponsored by CSA)
 
 * Translated documents
 * Related links
           * Syllabi
 * Related organizations
           * Member home pages

Latest News:

 
2008 Pech Prize Winner
 
2009 Book Prize Winner Announced
 
 
The Czechoslovak Studies Association unites over a hundred scholars, both in the United States and abroad, who share an interest in the history and culture of Czechoslovakia, its predecessor and successor states, and all its peoples, within and without its historical boundaries. Since its first meeting in 1974, the CSA has worked to encourage scholarly work in Czechoslovak history and related fields, to provide a network and information resources for Czech and Slovak studies, and to collaborate with scholars and institutions having similar aims.

To that end, the CSA:

     * provides connections between students and scholars interested in its subject

     * supports related teaching, research, and publication, notably by awarding
        the Stanley Pech Prize and the Czechoslovak Studies Association Book Prize

     * publishes the Czechoslovak Studies Newsletter (two numbers per year)

     * maintains this web page

 

 

 

Like the web itself, the CSA web page is constantly evolving. We welcome your contribution of new links or those that we've missed that will be of interest to the Czech and Slovak studies community. In particular, we encourage members and visitors to contribute documents on Czech and Slovak history, culture, and public affairs either in the original or in translation.

In 1990, the CSA was incorporated in the state of Ohio as a not-for-profit corporation. It is an affiliated society of the American Historical Association (AHA) and the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS). The CSA convenes yearly at the AAASS annual meeting. We also have informal affiliations with the Center for Austrian Studies, the Slovak Studies Association, the Society for Austrian and Habsburg History, and the H-Net list HABSBURG.

Please email Eagle Glassheim with any comments or additions.