Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies invites the University of Oregon community to two introductory workshops on Ukrainian Language and Culture
Presenter Iryna Zagoruyko, a native Ukrainian, is a University of Oregon alumna and a certified language teacher with a Master’s in Language Teaching.Event #1: Introduction to Ukrainian CultureDate: Thursday, April 21, 3:30-5:30pmLocation: Knight Library, DREAM Lab 122Curious about the country of...
THE SILVER AGE OF LOVE: A Concert of Russian Love Songs from the 1920–30sPerfrmances by: Anton Belov, baritone and Oleg Timofeyev, Russian seven-string guitarMusical accompaniment by: Alexander Varlamov, Boris Sheremetiev, Nikolai Rubenstein, Boris Fomin, Boris Prozorovsky, and Matvei Pavlov-...
Marilyn Cole has had a truly exciting career since graduating from the UO with an undergraduate degree in REEES in 2016.
Dr. Peter Orte, who graduated from the REEES M.A. program in 2019 and also holds a doctorate in Comparative Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will be teaching in the Russian program at Colby College in historic Waterville, ME for the 2021-22 academic year.
The Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies Programcondemns the acts of harassment, violence, and killings impacting Asian Americans since the outbreak of COVID-19, and, most recently, the tragic Atlanta shootings of March 16. We affirm our support for the struggle against systemic racism...
June 8, 2020Dear Students,
REEES is thrilled to announce that this fall three recent M.A. graduates—Elena Leonenko (M.A., 2021), Nadezhda Vikulina (M.A., 2020), and Verena Zabel (M.A., 2021)—embarked on prestigious doctoral programs in Slavic and Eurasian Studies in the U.S. and Europe.
American Councils for International Education and its Board of Trustees appointed David Patton, PhD, as the third president and CEO to lead the 45-year-old nonprofit. Patton received his bachelor's degree in Russian Studies from the University of Oregon in 1984. See the full article on Patton's...