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CANCELLED - CREES 60th Anniversary Series. 2020 Vision on CREES: Viewing the Field through Directors’ Eyes

Michael D. Kennedy, professor of sociology and international and public affairs, Brown University; Douglas Northrop, professor of history and Middle East studies, U-M; William G. Rosenberg, professor emeritus of history, U-M; Katherine Verdery, Julien J.

Four former CREES Directors will reflect on the contributions of the University of Michigan to Russian, East European and Eurasian studies...

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