Zhivopisnyy Most, Moscow, Russia

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.

New Wayne Vucinich Fellow at CREEES

CREEES welcomes Matvey Lomonosov, Assistant Professor, University of Tyumen as the new Wayne Vucinich Fellow. Matvey is a comparative-historical sociologist with an expertise in mixed methods. His research focuses on the diffusion of nationalism, social memory, citizenship regimes, and environmental activism in Southeast Europe and Eurasia.

Join his talk Citizenship for Ethnic Kith and Kin: The Further East “the Worse”? on Friday, May 13, 2022 at 12:00pm PT

CREEES Chronicle 2020-21 Edition

The CREEES Chronicle 2020-21 edition highlighting the activities and initiatives of our students, faculty, visiting scholars, and alumni is now available and can be viewed with an online reader or downloaded as a PDF.

Upcoming Events

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Speaker: Dr. Una Berzina-Cerenkova
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Recent News

Amir Weiner, CREEES Director and Associate Professor of History at Stanford, joins Jason Fields and Matthew Gault on the Angry Planet podcast to discuss the various aspects of the war in Ukraine. Listen to the podcast here.
CREEES Director and Associate Professor of History Amir Weiner discusses the historical and geo-political context of the war on Ukraine and the role of NATO in an interview aired on Friday, March 18 on KSFP 102.5. To listen to the full interview, click here.