Indiana University faculty recognized for contributions to Russian, Czech studies

Alexander Rabinowitch, professor emeritus of history at Indiana University Bloomington, has been selected to receive the 2015 Distinguished Contributions award from the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies. The award will be presented Friday at the association’s 47th annual convention in Philadelphia. “No historian has done more than professor Alexander Rabinowitch to demythologize […]

Russia expert, IU alum James Collins to speak on campus today

James F. Collins earned a master’s degree at Indiana University back in the 1960s, when Cold War concerns were leading the U.S. government to help establish university area studies programs, such as the influential Russian and East European Institute at IU Bloomington. He went on to a long and distinguished career as an expert on […]

IU panel to discuss Ukraine crisis

Indiana University students, faculty and staff and other members of the Bloomington community can learn about the Ukraine crisis Tuesday night, March 11, from experts on Ukraine, Russia and Eastern Europe. Sean Kay, the Robson Professor of Politics and Government at Ohio Wesleyan University, will join IU Bloomington faculty members for a panel discussion on […]