Political science and history professors, along with students from or with an interest in Eastern Europe, are united in their uncertainty and concern for the situation.
The Columbia University Central and Eastern European Club aims to bring together students, professors, scholars, and professionals with interest in the region—even as enrollment in classes relating to Central and Eastern Europe has been falling.
An event organized by Columbia’s Harriman Institute discussed the 2014 Winter Olympics, which will take place in Sochi, Russia, in light of Russia’s treatment of the LGBT community.
The protesters, most of whom were not affiliated with Columbia, charged Milorad Dodik with denying a genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Her speech, the second installation in Columbia’s World Leaders Forum, focused on the road ahead for her young country but first revisited tragedies of the recent past.
The Harriman Institute’s “Celebrating the Ballet Russes,” provides a tribute through film, music, and yes, ballet, to one of the dance world's most influential companies.
The quest to find Leonid Lubianitsky’s exhibit, “People,” is confusing but ultimately fulfilling.
It’s been an exciting year and a half for Turkmenistan.
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