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Congratulations to the Winners of the First REEES Undergraduate Conference at CU

May 5, 2023

Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies Program at CU congratulates the winners of its 2023 Undergraduate Conference: Elizabeth Crim (Majors: REES and Spanish; Minor: Art History), “Representing Generations of Violence against Women: Ukrainian Ornamental Motifs and Collage in the War-Time Works of Maria Siniakova and Dana Kavelina” Derek Plott (Major:...

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CU Russian Studies Changes its Name to Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies

May 3, 2023

The Russian Program, University of Colorado Boulder announces the official change of our program name, as well as our BA and MA degrees, to Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies. Our program acronym is now REEES (with three E’s). The four-letter course code for our culture courses taught in English...

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Petra Sertic accepts position as Teaching Fellow at Wesleyan University

May 3, 2023

Congratulations to Petra Sertic who accepted a 1-2 year position as “Teaching Fellow” at Wesleyan University. Petra will start her new position in the fall semester 2023.

Patrick Greaney

Professor Greaney receives Faculty Fellowship from the Center for the Humanities and the Arts

April 21, 2023

Congratulations to Professor Patrick Greaney on receiving a Faculty Fellowship from the Center for the Humanities and the Arts (CHA). The CHA Faculty Fellowship program welcomes ten fellows a year, who meet regularly to discuss their research in progress. Professor Greaney will be working on a book about German industrial...

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Galina Siergiejczyk-Nicoll receives teaching award.

April 19, 2023

Galina Siergiejczyk-Nicoll has been selected as an award recipient for the 2023 Marinus Smith Award at CU Boulder! She was nominated by student Martha Geering. The award provides an opportunity for students to recognize CU Boulder faculty, staff, coaches and administrators who have made a significant impact in their lives...

Benjamin Lourie, CU Boulder alum

CU Russian alum features on Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine

March 7, 2023

CU Russian alum Benjamin Lourie tells his story about learning Russian, moving to Russia, and leaving after the Russian invasion of Ukraine in this article in the C olorado Arts and Sciences magazine .

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Nordic Program Head Mathias Nordvig featured in Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine

March 6, 2023

Nordic Program head Professor Mathais Nordvig was featured in Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine ! Check out the story to learn more about Prof. Nordvig's research interests in witchraft, magic, and understandings of volcanoes; his podcasts Nordic Mythology (cofounder) and The Sacred Flame ; and more.

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Russian Program Statement on the War in Ukraine

Feb. 25, 2022

Faculty in the Russian program of GSLL unequivocally condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Among us are faculty from Ukraine as well as from Russia, Belarus, and the United States, and this unprovoked war represents not only a flagrant disregard of international law, but an imminent threat to family members...

Vicki Grove

Congratulations to Vicki Grove for receiving the honorary title of Teaching Professor of Distinction!

Dec. 10, 2021

Professor Vicki Grove, a member of our Russian and Nordic Programs, is one of only two faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences to receive the honorary title of “Teaching Professor of Distinction” this year. The title recognizes faculty members for their outstanding record in the areas of...

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Roundtable discussion of Professor Weber’s new book

Sept. 9, 2021

The CES Cinema Studies Network will host an online roundtable discussion of Professor Beverly Weber’s new co-authored book: Maria Stehle and Beverly Weber, Precarious Intimacies: The Politics of Touch in Contemporary Western European Cinema (Northwestern University Press, 2020). The roundtable will take place on October 8, 2021 at 10AM PST...