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Mar 20 2015 | Stanford Arts Review | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Sony Pictures’ new documentary from writer, director, and producer Gabe Polsky tells the story of the Soviet National Hockey Team through the eyes of its captain and national hero, Slava Fetisov. Whitney McIntosh ‘17 of the Stanford Arts Review discusses the film here.
Stanford's Office of International Affairs sat down with our Koç Lecture Series speaker, Suhnaz Yilmaz, for an in depth interview about the Koç Lecture Series.
Feb 25 2015 | Transatlantic Academy | Posted In: Announcements, Faculty
Alicja Curanović, Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw, conducted research on the concept of mission in Russian and US foreign policy and political thinking as a Visiting Scholar at CREEES in 2014. In this publication for the Transatlantic Academy,...
Jan 19 2015 | Posted In: Faculty
How to heal the wounds of civil war? Fulbright Scholar Sabina Cehajic-Clancy brought a social-psychological perspective to this question at CREEES on Friday, January 16th in her talk, “The Role of Moral Exemplars for Intergroup Reconciliation.”
Dec 8 2014 | Posted In: Announcements, Staff
Slavic and East European Curator Karen Rondestvedt will be retiring from Stanford University Libraries at the end of the calendar year.