Courses in LSA II: Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
The University of Michigan Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies is dedicated to advancing and disseminating interdisciplinary knowledge about the peoples, nations, and cultures of Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, and Eurasia, past and present.
Courses offered by the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
REEES 301 is an undergraduate directed reading course under the guidance of a faculty member, on a specialized topic in Russian, East European, or Eurasian Studies. REEES 340, 395, 396, and 397 provide students with a comprehensive, interdisciplinary survey of the regions of the former Soviet Union and East Central Europe which introduce students to different approaches in the study of multinational, multi-cultural nations. These are appropriate selections for non-concentrators as well as potential concentrators. N.B.: Students may receive credit for REEES 396 or 397, but not for both courses. REEES 401 is a required undergraduate seminar focusing on a specific research project.
Courses in Other Departments
Lists of REES-approved and REES-related courses are available on the CREES website atwww.ii.umich.edu/crees.