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Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies

Undergraduate Certificate Students

Henry Barrett

Henry Barrett

School of International and Public Affairs

hbarrett@princeton.edu

2022

Reade Ben

Reade Ben

School of Public and International Affairs

rmben@princeton.edu

2022

Taylor Kass

Taylor Kass

School of Public and International Affairs

tkass@princeton.edu

2022

Thesis Title (working): Checking Authoritarian Power in China/Russia: How Citizens Mobilize and How Authoritarian Governments Respond

Research Interests: My research interests include Russia/Eurasia and East Asia. I also like studying authoritarian politics and how technology is used by these regimes. 

William Mandelbaum

William Mandelbaum

History Department

wjm7@princeton.edu

2022

Thesis: TBD; topic: Soviet National Soccer Team as a lens into Russian nationality and culture

Research Interests: Will is a history major primarily focused on 20th century Russian and American history.

Christian Randolph

Christian Randolph

School of Public and International Affairs

cjr4@princeton.edu

2022

Thesis Title: Trends in Democratic Attitudes in Eastern Europe: How Effective has U.S. Foreign Policy Been and Where Should It Go?

Research Interests: I am interested in the political development of Eastern Europe, particularly former Soviet countries, and from the turn of the 20th century to the modern day. I am particularly interested in the development and implementation of democratic institutions in the government as well as trends towards or against democratic values among the general populations, especially in Russia and Ukraine. To this end I have worked to learn about and connect to the political and social culture in Russia, having completed the Princeton in Petersburg study abroad program, a Critical Language Scholarship program in Kyrgyzstan, and an IIP with the Russian International Affairs Council.

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