CESS Mailing Lists

About CESS mailing lists
Join the CESS mailing lists
Share information with CESS members

About CESS mailing lists

The Central Eurasian Studies Society maintains communication with its members and with the interested public through two mailing lists:

1) Emails that start [CESS] have information about the Society e.g. conferences, elections and awards; 

2) Emails that start [CESS-Info] are exclusively for members and contain information about matters of interest to the Central Eurasian studies community.

Join the CESS mailing lists

CESS members are automatically signed up to the [CESS] mailing list. The [CESS] mailing list is also open to anyone who is interested in information about activities of the Central Eurasian Studies Society but is not yet a member.  To sign up, please set up a basic log-in to the CESS website by following this link: 

Establish a login for the CESS website and join or update your contact information on our basic [CESS] mailing list


Members who wish to receive emails sent to the [CESS-Info] mailing list can sign up via the following link:

Join the [CESS-Info] mailing list (Members Only)


To find out about the benefits of becoming a member, please visit our Membership pages.

Share information with CESS members 

CESS is pleased to offer the opportunity for members and others in the Central Eurasian Studies community to post announcements through the [CESS-Info] mailing list. CESS will distribute postings that we deem relevant to our members.

Please submit only messages that are ready to post. They should be written clearly, well-formatted, in good English, and containing valid links and appropriate contact information. Attachments of up to 1MB may also be included. Postings should have a subject line that includes the key information, such as the name of the program or opportunity being announced, the location, event dates and deadlines, as appropriate.  Requests to post an announcement should be sent to info@centraleurasia.org with "for [CESS-Info]" in the subject line or the message itself.