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Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies

The Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies seeks to offer undergraduate and graduate students a diverse curriculum by drawing on a core faculty in the humanities, history and social sciences.

Faculty Director Serguei Oushakine 1:25

Offers a quick overview of REEES.

Certificate Program

REEES offers two tracks for students interested in pursuing a certificate.

Conferences and Talks

Attend one of the many lectures, talks and conferences held throughout the year.

From the Library

The Princeton University Library holds one of the largest collection of Russian materials in the world.

  • Global Seminar in Moscow

    Study Moscow's culture, history and politics at the Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, the Bolshoi Theater and Moscow Conservatory! Пойдем!

What's New at REEES

Feb28

Gender and Politics: Before and After the Break-Up of Yugoslavia

Vlasta Jalušič, Mirovni Institut - Peace Institute

4:30pm - 6:00pm | 144 Louis A. Simpson International Building

Mar8

Killing the Master: Law and Violence in Russia in the Age of Serfdom

Sergei Antonov (Queens College, CUNY; Columbia University)

A71 Louis A. Simpson International Building

Mar14

Disability and Animality in Eisenstein's Cinema of the 1920s.

José Alaniz (University of Washington)

4:30pm - 6:00pm | A71 Louis A. Simpson International Building

More Resources

Immerse yourself in the Russian language by traveling to Russia for the Princeton in St. Petersburg Program.

For course offerings in the Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies, visit the University Registrar.

For questions about the Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies contact:

Carole Frantzen
609-258-5978

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