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The intellectual home of Harvard scholars and students with an interest in Russia and Eurasia.
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On May 9 & 10 join us for "Interpreting Energy Dependence in Eurasia." Conference is free & open to the public with advance registration. Cosponsored by . Learn more & register:
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Nargis Kassenova 4h
Tomorrow (25 Apr) Fabienne Bossyut and I are discussing the EU strategizing and the long-awaited upcoming new EU strategy for Central Asia. If you are in Boston area, stop by! The event is sponsored by and
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Davis Center Apr 22
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Davis Center Apr 19
Next week, & are hosting a preview of Caspian: The Elements, an upcoming exhibit that documents the vastly diverse peoples, politics, and geography of :
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Davis Center Apr 18
The Ukrainian presidential election on Sunday "may announce a new model for societal change—from the ground up," writes Alisa Sopova, REECA '20.
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Davis Center Apr 16
A satirical poster showing what many Soviet customers wanted to see: the rude deli counter saleslady with her mouth taped shut. From the exhibit "Fighting Pencil vs. the Bureaucrat: Satirical Posters from the Soviet Union":
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Kadyr Toktogulov Apr 12
Excited to be in Cambridge, MA, for this event hosted by ⁦⁩ . “Energy Matters in Kyrgyzstan's Foreign Policy: Can This Central Asian Nation Deal with External Pressures?” ⁦
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Davis Center Apr 10
The artists of Fighting Pencil created “public service announcements” parodying bureaucratic inefficiencies. This image depicts a typical day in a late-Soviet office. From "Fighting Pencil vs. the Bureaucrat: Satirical Posters from the Soviet Union":
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Davis Center Apr 8
To combat outrageous practices in Soviet bureaucracy in the 1960s & 70s, the government enlisted the help of Fighting Pencil, a Leningrad-based artists’ collective. From "Fighting Pencil vs. the Bureaucrat: Satirical Posters from the Soviet Union":
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Davis Center Apr 8
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Harvard GHELI Apr 3
We're co-sponsoring this global studies summer workshop for teachers on with our friends at . 🌍 Applications are due FRIDAY, spread the word! 📩
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Cris Martin Mar 25
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Davis Center Mar 25
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Davis Center Mar 13
Celebrate the opening of "Fighting Pencil" vs. the Bureaucrat: Satirical Posters from the Soviet Union tonight 3/13 in the Fisher Family Commons!
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Davis Center Mar 11
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Davis Center Mar 8
A new web exhibit on women in features 1940s propaganda images that "skillfully merge fact and wishful thinking":
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Davis Center Mar 7
Middle, High School and Community College : Apply today for a spot at the Global Studies Outreach Summer Educator Workshop “Gender Matters”! Applications due 4/5/19!
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Google Doodles Mar 6
Today’s celebrates Olga Ladyzhenskaya, the Russian mathematician who triumphed over personal tragedy & obstacles to become widely known as one of the most influential thinkers of her generation. Explore more of her story →
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Davis Center Mar 5
Installation of upcoming “Fighting Pencil” vs. the Bureaucrat exhibit of satirical posters is underway! Join us 3/13 for a reception to celebrate the exhibit’s opening:
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Davis Center Feb 25
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