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.

At Home Abroad (AHA) House: Slavic, Francophone and Italian Cultures and Languages

Attention undergraduates: Come live in Stanford’s At Home Abroad House next year!

AHA House will be an intellectual and cultural crossroads where students will engage in trans-cultural learning and acquire the tools necessary to confront the complexity of our contemporary world.Through activities including film series, seminars, cooking classes, language tables, off-campus outings, and meetings with faculty and scholars from all over the world, residents will have a chance to explore languages and cultures beyond the English-speaking world.

Applications open on Monday, June 7 and close on Wednesday, June 16 at 1:00 pm.

CREEES Event Media

Missed one of our recent events? Check out video recordings of our events on the event media page.

Our multi-disciplinary events feature the research of leading scholars in the field and focus on a wide range of complex topics including the Fiume Crisis, Soviet participation at Nuremberg, the emergence of nation-states in East Europe, emerging electronic surveillance regimes in Eurasia, and critical-theoretical approaches to understanding the former Yugoslavia


Recent News

In collaboration with the Institute of International Education – Scholar Rescue Fund, for nearly a century Stanford has hosted endangered scholars who have had to escape conflict or flee persecution because of their research, race or creed.
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