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CREEES Research Seminars, Spring 2011

 

* OPEN ONLY TO STANFORD STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF unless otherwise noted *


All seminars commence at 12 noon on Friday in Encina Hall West, Room 208
unless otherwise noted

RSVP REQUIRED 3 days in advance of the event

Friday, 4/22
"Elections in Belarus: A Journalist's Perspective"
Natalia Koulinka
CREEES Visiting Scholar
RSVP required by 4/19


Friday, 4/29
"Anti-corruption Institutions in Southeastern Europe: Between Domestic Politics and International Influences"
Patricia Young
Post Doctoral Research Fellow, and Lecturer in Political Science, Stanford University
* NOTE LOCATION: Encina Hall Central, 2nd floor, CISAC Conference Room (C231)
RSVP required by 4/26


Friday, 5/13
"Life in the Hero City: the Post-War Generation in the Brezhnev Era"
Ivo Mijnssen
CREEES Visiting Scholar and PhD candidate, Graduate School of History, Basel, Switzerland
RSVP by 5/10


Friday, 5/20
"Can Stateless Refugees be Colonizers? The Colonial Impulse among First-Wave Russian Emigres in Africa, China and South America"
Laurie Manchester
Associate Professor of History, Arizona State University
RSVP by 5/17