REEES Senior Instructor Julia Nemirovskaya publishes a new novel, Lis, about a Soviet agent in Ethiopia and the Moscow intelligentsia in the 1980s. To order a copy of the book, visit here.
As of fall, 2017 students can pursue a new, streamlined REEES major and minor with concentrations in Russian language, literature, and culture and Russian and Eastern European history, culture, and society. Guidelines for the new major and minor can be found at the following link: http://reees.uoregon.edu/undergraduate
Anyone declaring a REEES major or minor this fall will be expected to go by these new guidelines. Students who declared a REEES major or minor prior to fall, 2017 have the option of sticking with the old guidelines or switching to the new ones.
If you have questions about majoring or minoring in REEES, please feel free to make an appointment with one of our REEES advisors:
You may also stop by the main office, 175 PLC, and speak with our undergraduate coordinator, Kaley McCarty. Kaley can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.