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REEES at NU

Beyond the Russia Policy Forum and the REEES Speaker Series, REEES faculty and graduate students are engaged in numerous events and activities across the Northwestern Campus. 

Recent Events:

Center for Communication and Public Policy, presents "The Policies of Political Microtargeting and Social Media Advertising" by Dr. Phillip Arceneaux, Miami University of Ohio
May 19, 2022
Organized by Erik Nisbet, Associate Professor, Owen L. Coon Endowed Professor of Policy Analysis and Communication, School of Communication

The Buffett Institute for Global Affairs hosts a "Fireside Chat with Foreign Policy Expert Fiona Hill"
May 16, 2022
Organized by Ian Kelly, Ambassador in Residence and member of the Northwestern Slavic Department and International Studies Program and Annelise Riles, Associate Provost for Global Affairs and Executive Director of the Northwestern Roberta Buffett 

Center for Communication and Public Policy, presents "Social Cybersecurity: A Policy Framework for Addressing Computational Propaganda" by Dr. Phillip Arceneaux, Miami University of Ohio
May 12, 2022
Organized by Erik Nisbet, Associate Professor, Owen L. Coon Endowed Professor of Policy Analysis and Communication, School of Communication

Center for Communication and Public Policy, presents "Protest and Contentious Politics in Russia Before and After the War on Ukraine" by Jan Matti Dollbaum, Ph,D., University of Bremen
May 5, 2022
Organized by Erik Nisbet, Associate Professor, Owen L. Coon Endowed Professor of Policy Analysis and Communication, School of Communication

Center for Communication and Public Policy, presents "Russia as the Besieged Fortress: Its Narrative Path to Great Power" by Dr. Skye Cooley, Oklahoma State University and Dr. Robert Hinck, Air University
April 21, 2022
Organized by Erik Nisbet, Associate Professor, Owen L. Coon Endowed Professor of Policy Analysis and Communication, School of Communication

Center for Communication and Public Policy, presents "Responding to Risk Signals about Repression of Online Activism in Russia" by Dr. Aysenur Dal, Bilkent University
April 14, 2022
Organized by Erik Nisbet, Associate Professor, Owen L. Coon Endowed Professor of Policy Analysis and Communication, School of Communication

The Alexander Hamilton Society, a student group, presents "Putin's Gamble" with Ambassador in Residence (ret.) Ian Kelly and Professor Hal Brands (John Hopkins University)
February 24, 2022
Ian Kelly, Ambassador in Residence and member of the Northwestern Slavic Department and International Studies Program, discusses Russian Aggression in Eastern Europe.

Weinberg College Center for International and Area Studies Global Lunchbox Series with Ambassador in Residence (ret.) Ian Kelly
February 18, 2022
Ian Kelly, Ambassador in Residence and member of the Northwestern Slavic Department and International Studies Program, shared his insights on the latest developments in "Making Sense of the Ukraine/Russia Crisis"

Weinberg College Center for International and Area Studies Global Lunchbox Series with Olga Kamenchuk
April 30, 2021
Olga Kamenchuk,  Associate Research professor in the Institute for Policy Research and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Communication, presented findings from her research project "Russia and the United States: How the Nuclear Threat, Sanctions, and COVID-19 Influence Attitudes on Conflict and Cooperation."

Weinberg College Center for International and Area Studies Global Lunchbox Series with Jordan Gans-Morse
February 28, 2020
Jordan Gans-Morse,  Associate Professor of Political Science, presented research from an ongoing project “Transparency and the Rule of Law: A Field Experiment in Ukraine. ”

Kaplan Institute Faculty Fellow Colloquium with Inna Naroditskaya
February 12, 2020
Inna Naroditskaya, Professor of Ethnomusicology at the Northwestern University Bienen School of Music, shared findings from her ongoing research project “Operas and Politics of Catherine the Great Empress/ario.”

Art History Department Colloquium with Adri Kacsor
November 22, 2019 
Adri Kacsor, doctoral candidate in Art History, discussed her research “Soul & Body: György Lukács and the Revolutionary Culture of the 1919 Hungarian Bolshevik Republic.”

Discussion of Works by Nobel Prize Winner Olga Tokarczuk
November 20, 2019
Professors Clare Cavanagh and Kinga Kosmala conducted a reading of works by Olga Tokarczuk, the winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature.

School of Civic Education Delegation of young Russian leaders visits NU
November 4, 2019 
Ian Kelly, Ambassador in Residence and member of the Northwestern Slavic Department and International Studies Program, hosted a delegation from the School of Civic Education of visiting young Russian leaders. REEES members John Bushnell, Clare Cavanagh, and Jordan Gans-Morse also participated in the event.

Faculty and Graduate Student Colloquium with Professor Yohanan Petrosvky-Shtern
October 23, 2019 
Sponsored by the Crown Family Center for Jewish and Israel Studies
Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern, Crown Family Professor of Jewish Studies and Professor of History at Northwestern University, discussed his paper, "War and Peace of Iosif Trumpeldor: From Zionist Hagiography to Cultural History." 

Chicago Festival of Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film
October 10-11, 2019
Peter Locke, Associate Professor of Instruction in the Anthropology Department at Northwestern University, hosted the Chicago Festival of Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film.

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