The Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies (REES) offers undergraduate and graduate students a diverse curriculum that draws on core faculty in the humanities, history, and social sciences. As one of the world’s leading centers for Russia-area teaching and research, program activities span:
- An undergraduate certificate program and language study
- Funding to support graduate and undergraduate research
- A lecture series and monthly Kruzhok sessions, during which faculty and graduate students discuss their works-in progress
- The annual, interdisciplinary Princeton Conjunction conference
Offering a scholarly grounding in the study of the region, REES is home to innovative research with a broad geographic scope, from Russia to New Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia.