The following responds to a request by Professor Serguei Oushakine for my reflections on Princeton’s Russian Studies Program in the 1960s, in which I participated as an undergraduate.
The John P. Birkelund ’52 Professor in History and International Affairs at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School and acting director of REES, Stephen Kotkin, discusses Ukraine's current events and what they may mean for the country’s future.
REEES organizes the annual Princeton Conjunction, an interdisciplinary and international conference that brings together scholars from around the world.
Photos by Linnea Paseiro '14 and Jessica Liang '15 have been selected as winners in the 2014 Window on Eurasia photo contest
This workshop will provide valuable information about the historical, cultural, and political contexts of post-Soviet Russian literature based on recent scholarship.
The Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) at the Woodrow Wilson Center is currently accepting internship applications for the Summer 2014 academic semester. The Summer Application Deadline is 15 March 2014.
Princeton Conjunction – 2014
Religious Poetry, Secular Readership, and the Post-Petrine State: (Re)reading Lomonosov's Ode paraphrased from Job.
Monday November 25th
245 East Pyne
245 East Pyne
A symbolic battle is ongoing in Russian cinema between filmmakers working to neutralize the possibility of a return to the past and those who are attempting to recapture the splendor of official Soviet mythology.