Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES)–Established in 1948, the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) – a nonprofit, non-political, scholarly society – is the leading international organization dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about Central Asia, the Caucasus, Russia, and Eastern Europe in regional and global contexts.
Czechoslovak Studies Association (CSA)-A professional organization based in the United States for academics who study the history of Czechoslovakia and the contemporary Czech Republic. See the CSA Facebook Page.
The British Czech and Slovak Historians Forum-A professional organization based in the United Kingdom for academics who study the history of Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
British Association Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES)–The primary professional organization in the United Kingdom for academics who study Central and Eastern Europe.
Slovak Academy of Sciences-The main, publicly-funded research organization in Slovakia, consisting of research institutions as well as specialized and service organizations.
The National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library-A cultural institution with a large archive of Slovak and Czech resources in North America as well as a large membership base and active educational and cultural programming
Carpatho-Rusyn Research Center, Inc.– A non-profit cultural research organization whose purpose is to promote knowledge about all aspects of Carpatho-Rusyn culture through the publication and distribution of scholarly and educational material about the Carpatho-Rusyn heritage in Europe and America.
Center for Austrian Studies– The Western Hemisphere’s oldest and best-known research center investigating the past, present, and future of Central Europe with a specific focus on Austria and the successor states of the Habsburg Empire.
Collegium Carolinium– The Collegium Carolinum is concerned with the history and the present of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and sometimes other countries in East Central Europe as well. It initiates and carries out research projects, organizes academic conferences, issues publications, and provides important background research services.
American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL)-The primary professional organization for North American academics who study and teach Central and Eastern European languages.
Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences (SVU)–A non-profit organization linking professionals with an interest in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. SVU also publishes the scholarly journal, Kosmas, focusing on Czech, Slovak, and Central European Studies.
Friends of Slovakia -Membership organization based in the United States for those interested in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
British Czech and Slovak Association (BCSA)–Membership organization based in the United Kingdom for those interested in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
The Slovak American Society of Washington, D.C.- The SASW is a social, cultural, and educational institution for Slovak-Americans, Slovak émigrés, and anyone with an interest in Slovakia.
Habsburg H-Net Discussion Network-A discussion group based around the Habsburg-L listserve but now providing a variety of member-generated resources.
Soyuz-A research network for postsocialist cultural studies.
Fulbright Association-Scholarships for graduate students, scholars and other researchers for study of Slovakia and for study in the United States by citizens of Slovakia.
Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship Program-A U.S. Department of Education program “to assist graduate students in acquiring foreign language and either area or international studies competencies”
Council of Higher Education-Scholarships for American and Canadian students of Czech, Slovak and/or Ruthenian ancestry