CREES faculty and student affiliates conduct research about Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia on a wide range of topics across the humanities, social sciences, and professions.
In addition, the Center has also administered several collaborative research initiatives supported by grants from external sponsors such as the Ford Foundation, National Science Foundation, National Council for East European and Eurasian Research, and United States Institute for Peace.
Cultural Politics of Globalization and Community in East Central Europe
NSF-supported Workshop at Collegium Budapest, Budapest, Hungary (May 12-14, 2005)
Project Directors: Michael D. Kennedy and Genevieve Zubrzycki, University of Michigan
NSF Award Abstract
Final Workshop Program
Related Publication: "The Cultural Politics of Globalization and Community in East Central Europe." Journal of the International Institute 13(1)(2005).
Related NSF Initiatives: Human and Social Dynamics Priorities (e.g., Agents of Change); Strengthening Qualitative Research through Methodological Innovation and Integration
Communism's Negotiated Collapse: The Polish Round Table, Ten Years Later
Identity Formation and Social Issues in Estonia, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan
Other University of Michigan REES-focused Research Initiatives
Center for European Studies-European Union Center - The Cultural Politics of Energy and Security in Europe and Eurasia
Institute for Research on Women and Gender - Global Feminisms: Comparative Case Studies of Women's Activism and Scholarship (includes Poland)
School of Music, Theatre & Dance - The Chopin Project