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Jun 23 2017 | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Staff
Lacuna, a free online annotation platform developed at Stanford, promotes collaborative learning and interdisciplinary conversations. The platform is being used at higher education institutions around the world. In the last two years, Brian Johnsrud and his colleagues at the Poetic Media Lab...
Jun 8 2017 | Posted In: Students
Human Rights Minor Alina Utrata, '17, recently completed her honors thesis through the Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law entitled "Stories Courts Tell: The Problematic History of the Yugoslav Tribunal in Bosnia and Herzegovina." Utrata's thesis examines the impact that the...
May 30 2017 | Stanford Global Studies | Posted In: Students
Two CREEES MA students, Joel Beckner and Katherine Schroeder, participated in this year's Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum (SURF). SURF brings students from Russian and U.S. universities together to conduct interdisciplinary research and participate in conferences in Russia and at Stanford. Learn more...
May 24 2017 | Posted In: Students
CREEES MA Student, Victoria Pardini '17, writes about her trip to Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Ukhta, Russia through a Stanford Global Studies Global Perspectives Grant. Victoria explored questions of foreign student recruitment at Russian educational institutions, looking at institutions'...
May 3 2017 | Posted In: Faculty
In an interview with Stanford News, Stanford History Professor and CREEES-affiliated faculty, Nancy Kollmann, discusses her recently published book, The Russian Empire 1450-1801. The interview tackles the "establishment of the Russian Empire and how Russia’s past shapes its present." To read more...

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