Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (REEES) is an interdisciplinary program that provides a broad range of courses in the history, language, literature, and social and political life of Russia (before, during, and after the Soviet period). It is designed for students who do not wish to restrict their Russian studies to literature. Students interested in pursuing a major or minor in REEES should consult a faculty advisor to plan their major or minor coursework. 


Read our most recent newsletter to learn about the people, events, and academics that make up the REEES Program. Last year's newsletter can be found here.


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Questions regarding coursework for a REEES major or minor may be directed to the Program Director. Questions regarding major or minor requirements may be directed toward the Program Coordinator.

Program Advising

Amelia Glaser

Program Director

Amelia Glaser

Office: Literature 345
Phone: 534-3343

Academic Advising

  • Course Recommendations
  • Study Abroad
  • Honors Program
  • Petition for Exception Approvals

Program Coordinator

Mitzy Martinez

Office: Hum. & Social Sci. 1005
Phone: 534-4551

Administrative Advising

  • How to Petiton Exceptions 
  • Degree Audits
  • Basic Major/Minor Requirements
  • General Questions