Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center News
REEEC Noontime Scholars Lecture: Kirill Maslinsky
Published Date:February 17, 2017
Published Date: February 17, 2017
REEEC Noontime Scholars Lecture: Karol Kujawa
Published Date:February 13, 2017
Published Date: February 13, 2017
Executive Order on Immigration - Resources and Events
Published Date:January 31, 2017
Dear REEEC Community,
As you are aware, President Trump recently signed an executive order that suspends entry visas for citizens of Syria, Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Sudan, and Yemen for 90 days. University officials, including President Tim Killeen and Chancellor Robert Jones, have sent out statements supporting our international community and the university is working to provide information through the links below.
Information about support services and university practices, including who to contact with questions, is posted at
The FAQ is frequently updated.
For graduate students, additional information is available at:
“President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration”
A panel discussion moderated by Professor Lesley Wexler.
Panel leaders include:
Professor Jason Mazzone
Professor Colleen Murphy
An opportunity to provide the community with a legal and scholarly analysis of President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration, and ensuing litigation and activities.
Friday, February 3
Max L. Rowe Auditorium
College of Law Building
Co-hosted by the following College of Law student organizations:
American Constitution Society
Immigration Law Society
International Students Association
Free and open to the public.
Lunch will be provided for session attendees.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
College of Law Panel Event
Carolyn Turner, Assistant Dean for Strategic Initiatives
Published Date: January 31, 2017
Second Eight-Week Course: World War II (HIST 258)
Published Date:January 24, 2017
History 258, 20th-C. World to Midcentury: The Second World War, 1933-48 (3 credit hours, M/W/F: 11-12:50, 8 weeks)
The second global catastrophe of the 20th century resulted in some 60 million deaths, close to 3% of the world's population. Before it was over, the Second World War left virtually no home untouched and irrevocably changed the course of world history. The scale of its wanton slaughter necessitated the coining of a new term - genocide - to depict the willful murder of whole peoples and races. Beginning with Adolf Hitler's rise to power and the near-parallel outbreak of the Second Sino-Japanese War, this course traces the political, military, social, and economic history of the Second World War in its major theaters: The Western, Eastern, Pacific, Chinese, and North African.
Published Date: January 24, 2017
Current Events Roundtable: State Capacity at the Border: Relinquishing or Reinforcing Contentious Border Regions
Published Date:January 13, 2017
Published Date: January 13, 2017