Slavic and Eurasian Language Pedagogy, Research & Testing
The Duke Slavic and Eurasian Resource Center will host a summer institute from August 10-12th for instructors and language program coordinators in Slavic and Eurasian Languages
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
Harriman Institute interviews Ambassador Jack F. Matlock
Ambassador Jack Matlock participating in Valdai Discussion Club, Sochi 2015:
Ambassador Matlock Lecture now online
- A sample of contemporary Russian short-form literature with annotations and exercises.
Jack Matlock, the former US Ambassador to the USSR from 1987 to 1991, gives an address at the Union League Club of Chicago titled, Russia Under Putin: How to Work With Him.
Columbia University's Harriman Institute interviews Ambassador Jack F. Matlock as part of their series "Conversations with Diplomats"
Slavic and Eurasian Winter Forum: Papers by Dr. Edna Andrews and Dr. Charles Becker
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.