• Peter and Paul Fortress at Night
    • Bronze Horseman
    • Smolny Cathedral
    • Hermitage at night
    • Hermitage
    • St. Issac's and shoreline
    • Petergof Palace
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Special Events

Open House:  Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies - 10/7/15 

Open House with refreshments from 4:30-5:30pm in 320 Languages 

Click here for more information

Study Abroad "Duke in Russia" Meeting - 9/14/15

General interest meeting in 114B Languages Building at 4:30pm.  

Click here for more information on Study Abroad


Ambassador Jack F. Matlock Lecture:

The Iran Nuclear Agreement and American Diplomacy

When: Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Where:  5:00-6:30pm in White Lecture Hall

New Materials

Languages of the World

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.

Ukrainian Assessments and Reading Modules

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

Ukraine Guide

The Duke Library has produced a resource to answer basic questions about Ukraine as the current crisis unfolds.  It can be found here.


Hindi Language and Culture Materials

Through a joint effort with North Carolina State University, SEELRC is promoting the first in a series of language & culture modules on Hindi.

October 2015