The Ellison Center is proud to announce

PhD candidate Greg Shtraks of the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington recently published his article “SCO-BRICS: A Big Summit in Ufa: The summit next month will reveal much about the future of Russia’s Eurasian dream,” in the Diplomat. Congratulations Greg!

Migration and Multiculturalism in Europe

August 12, 2015

The Ellison Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies, the Center for West European Studies, the European Union Center of Excellence, and the Center for Global Studies are partnering for an educator workshop on modern migration and Europe. Join us on August 12!

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Ellison Center Polish Festival

 

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UPCOMING COURSES

Summer and Fall 2015 classes are out and you can select and register for courses through the UW time schedule. Here is a list of selected REECAS classes:

UPCOMING COURSES

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FALL 2015

POST-CONFLICT STATES AND SOCIETIES IN EUROPE

With the return of conflict to Europe in Ukraine and the continuation of conflicts near Europe’s borders as in Syria, essential questions for European security have re-emerged: how can conflicts be contained or resolved; how do post-conflict states and societies engage in the tasks of stabilization and reconstruction; how well or how poorly do post-conflict societies fare in creating the foundations for durable peace and prosperity; what lessons might European experiences bring to light for other conflicts around the world?

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The Ellison Center is now on iTunes and SoundCloud! We’re happy to announce that we are producing podcasts of our many events, so now you can enjoy REECAS lectures on the go. Look us up on iTunes by searching “Ellison Center UW” or check us out on SoundCloud. And don’t forget to subscribe! You’ll never need to miss an Ellison Center talk again.   Ellison Center Podcast  Ellison Center Podcast


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