Resources

As a National Resource Center, The Ellison Center works to provide students, researchers, educators, policymakers, industry and the general public with a variety of resources on the diverse region we cover.   We host expert talks on a variety of topics in our regions, we publish an original blog showcasing expertise from a wide range of disciplines focused on our areas, we vet and maintain lists of electronic resources from around the world, and we organize an annual regional conference, with publicly accessible archives of papers on our site.  Additionally we offer specialized resources for K-12 and community college educators.


 For Educators: UW Curriculum Development Grants

The Ellison Center seeks proposals from Community College full time, part time, and adjunct faculty to develop curricula on Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Grant applicants may propose the creation of a new course, the revision of an existing course, or the creation of a new course module, all to be taught at their current institution. Faculty from all disciplines [except language] are welcome to apply.

 


For Current Students: Ellison Center Digital Library

The Ellison Center is proud to announce it has a new online Digital Library. The library contains electronic versions of the Treadgold Papers, Ellison Center Newsletters and MA Theses. On the Digital Library page you’ll also find links to featured REECAS archives and journals, our event podcasts and Ellison Center videos, as well as the UW library REECA research guide compiled by Professor Michael Biggins.

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The Ellison Center promotes in-depth interdisciplinary study of all major postcommunist subregions – Eastern and Central Europe, the Baltic region, the Caucasus and Central Asia, and Russia – in order to understand the legacies of the imperial and communist past as well as to analyze the emerging institutions and identities that will shape Eurasia’s future.