CREEES is a center of interdisciplinary intellectual exchange; a community of students, scholars, and practitioners; and a resource for anyone with a passion for all matters Russian, East European and Eurasian.
Oksana Klymenko is a Senior Lecturer at the "National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”. Her primary research interest concerns Ukrainian history of the 20th century, memory studies, Soviet society, gender studies, and labour history. The topic of her dissertation was “Constructing the Memory of the New Man in the 1920s–1930s (the case of the Ukrainian Republic)”. Oksana will be in residence at CREEES from December 2022-December 2023.
Valeriy Vasylyev is a Leading Researcher at Institute of History of Ukraine of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He explores the functioning of communist dictatorship and the repressive policy of the Kremlin in Ukraine. He is author of Political Leadership of the Ukrainian SSR and the USSR: The Dynamics of Relations between the Center and the Sub-center of Power, 1917-1938. While at Stanford, he plans to continue his research on political leadership with a focus on 1939-1953 in the Hoover Library & Archives.
In partnership with the Global Studies Internship Program, CREEES offers Stanford students internship opportunities in the REE region: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Estonia, Latvia, and Ukraine (remote), that cover a wide range of fields including human rights, media, education, public history, science and technology.
Currently enrolled undergraduates and co-terms in all majors are eligible to apply. Deadline: February 7, 2023.
Applications for CREEES Summer Language and Research Grants are Now Open!
We are excited to announce that applications for CREEES summer grants and fellowships are now open.
Check the following list of available funding opportunities and read more on CREEES' website.
Stanford University Libraries, The Europe Center, FSI's Program on Geopolitics, Technology, and Governance, Hoover Institution Library & Archives, and Stanford's Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies, in collaboration with Vabamu, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, and Tallinn University of Technolgy are pleased to