February 5th at 5:30pm: Ambassador Jack F. Matlock Lecture: "The Importance of Russian Studies in International Relations." To be held in Room 217, 2nd Floor, Perkins Library.
February 6th: Roundtable Discussions looking at a range of different topics. To be held in E. Rhodes & Leona B. Carpenter Conference Room (Room 249), 2nd floor, Rubenstein Library.
10am: "Social Science Research in the Slavic and Eurasian Context”
10:50am: "Modernity, Public Policy & Legal Issues in 20th and 21st Century Russia"
1:20pm: “Ethnicity & National Identity in Central Europe and Eurasia”
2:30pm: “Slavic and Eurasian Studies in the International Context.”
Open House: Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies - 10/7/15
Open House with refreshments from 4:30-5:30pm in 320 Languages
Study Abroad "Duke in Russia" Meeting - 9/14/15
General interest meeting in 114B Languages Building at 4:30pm.
Ambassador Jack F. Matlock Lecture:
When: Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Where: 5:00-6:30pm in White Lecture Hall
Ambassador Jack Matlock participating in Valdai Discussion Club, Sochi 2015:
Ambassador Matlock Lecture now online
Panel Discussion with President Vladimir Putin and Ambassador Jack Matlock at Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi:
Series of lectures recorded at Duke University inviting presenters to talk about their native language, including its sociocultural context. This offers students a comprehensive perspective on the languages presented. These new materials can be found here.
Computer-graded grammar and reading assessments; and intermediate/advanced level reading comprehension materials to be used for self study or as part of a class. These new materials can be found here.
The Duke Library has produced a resource to answer basic questions about Ukraine as the current crisis unfolds. It can be found here.
Through a joint effort with North Carolina State University, SEELRC is promoting the first in a series of language & culture modules on Hindi.