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Title: Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies - KU CREES

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Description:The KU Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies is a National Resource Center for the Russian and East Central European area (since 1965) and offers degree-granting programs and resources to local and national audiences. CREES faculty and students conduct field work, research, and teach courses covering the entire region.
... contents of his recently published book Bloodlands Europe Between Hitler and Stalin Click here to see the video KU CREES CREES kicked off the semester this September with its annual Fall Mixer and Potluck Dr Jonathan Perkins EGARC and Dr Eve Levin History received CREES Faculty and Staff Service Awards for their outstanding work with CREES programs and students KU CREES Russian environmental advocates and administrators pay visit to Lawrence Click here to read an article on their visit Lawrence Journal World Congratulations to the 2011 REES graduates The MA graduates were Yuki Onogi and Bethany Owens and the REES co major graduates were Nicholas Krogmann Eliska Valehrachova and Lillian Boyce KU CREES Ruoxi Du won this year s Laird Essay Competition Click here to read her winning essay KU CREES Prev Next News Bulletins Upcoming Events FLAS Online Application now available CREES welcomes undergraduate and graduate Summer and Academic Year Applications for 2013 14 Applications eligible for BCS Czech Polish Russian Slovene Tajik Turkish Ukrainian Uyghur Yiddish Apply online at http flas ku edu apply Posted Nov 2 2012 2012 13 CREES Course Grant Competition The Center for Russian East European Eurasian Studies CREES is pleased to announce an initiative designed to integrate ideas and content from the REES region into the KU curriculum Due to NRCs Title VI budget cuts that resulted in the cancellation of the CREES course grant competition last year CREES is only able to fund two proposals one in each of the two competition categories listed below in the amount of 1 000 plus fringe benefits payable as summer salary Posted Nov 1 2012 FREE PUSSY RIOT Freedom of Speech in Russia KU Center for Russian East European Eurasian Studies the Center for Global and International Studies and the School of Journalism invites you to take part in a discussion of the trial of members of the punk rock group Pussy Riot and what it means for free speech in Russia Kirill Mikhailov a journalist based in Moscow will speak to this topic and will take questions from the audience via Skype KU Political Science Professor Erik Herron will be on hand to introduce the speaker Dr Herron who has served as an international election observer in many countries in the region noted the importance of this issue The Pussy Riot case has focused international attention on the Russian government s efforts to stifle vocal expressions of dissent It is unlikely that the case would have achieved such prominence without social media Twitter Facebook and livestreaming sites allow journalists like Kirill Mikhailov to provide real time access to events and they have fundamentally altered how members of the opposition communicate to each other and to the world The event will take place on Monday August 27 1pm in the Big 12 Room of the Kansas Union Kansas Union 1301 Jayhawk Boulevard Lawrence Kansas 66045 Posted Aug 27 2012 Fall 2012 CREES Newsletter The newest edition of the CREES Newsletter Fall 2012 is available online...

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