Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies (CERES)
The Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies (CERES)at Georgetown University directs one of the nation's preeminent Master's degree programs and hosts a rich outreach program of events on the region, for K-12 educators and audiences in Washington, D.C. and nationwide.
Founded in 1959 to prepare scholars who understood the Soviet Union and could analyze its secretive system, the Center has evolved in the wake of the Soviet Union’s demise and today incorporates a variety of scholarly disciplines for the study of this culturally rich region. With an active program of community outreach, CERES provides a broad and deep understanding of Eurasian, Russian and East European affairs to audiences at Georgetown and throughout the Washington community.
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The End of Hurricane Season?: Changing Patterns of Electoral Volatility in Poland (2016-04-26)The collapse of incumbent parties in the early 2000s inaugurated a new period of electoral volatility across post-communist Europe. Though the emergence of broad democratic coalitions suggested that the party systems would ...
"This is war. You're part of it.": The Conflict Between the Mainstream and Alternative Media Before, During, and After Ukraine's Euromaidan (4/26/2016)Ukraine faces a steep challenge as it works to reform itself and its situation vis-a-vis Russia. For a multitude of reasons, mainstream media in Ukraine has been consistently weakened over the course of decades. However, ...