Spring 2021 CREECA Lectures Now Available Online

Many of the talks from the spring 2021 virtual lecture series are now available online. Miss a lecture? Want to rewatch a favorite lecture? The series includes:

(2/11) Maria Snegoyava, Guns to Butter: Economic Perceptions and Policy Preferences in Russia

(2/18) Don Pienkos, Since 1989 — Poland’s Democratic Experience,

(2/25) Caroline Savage, Promoting US Policy in Eurasia — A Practitioner’s View 

(3/4) Janet Elise Johnson, Katalin Fábián, and Mara Lazda; The Gendered Ambiguity of the Postcommunist Transitions

(3/11) Kathryn Graber, Mixed Messages: Mediating Native Belonging in Asian Russia

(3/18) Brian Taylor, Putinism and Its Discontents

(3/25) Anita Kurimay, Queer Budapest: Sex, Society and the Illiberal State, Past and Present

(4/8) Sean Roberts, China and the Uyghurs: Cultural Genocide in the Name of Counterterrorism 

(4/15) Sibelan Forrester, Calling the Future: What Names in Russian and East European Science Fiction Reveal

(4/22) Erica Marat, Technological Solutions for Complex Problems: Emerging Electronic Surveillance Regimes in Eurasian Cities

(4/29) Caress Schenk, Eurasian Responses to the COVID-19 Crisis: Between Fact and Fear

Prefer an audio-only experience? These lectures, and others, are also available on the CREECA podcast.