Harriman Core Project

The Harriman Institute Core Project is designed to bring together leading researchers, scholars at Columbia and the New York area, Harriman post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students whose research explores a particular topic focused on Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe.  Projects are awarded every academic year.

 

Harriman Core Projects

The last 25 years of transition in Eurasia witnessed institutional transformation on a historical scale.  New institutions aimed to cement the rule of law, pluralistic democracies and market economies in the region, but hindsight suggests that transition was...

The 2013-2014 Harriman Institute Core Project, "Empire and Information," is being directed by Professor Austin Long and two postdoctoral fellows, Dr. ...

Harriman Institute 2012-13 Core Project

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Harriman Institute 2011-12 Core Project

Alan Timberlake, Director

The 2011-12 Harriman Institute Core Project is a discussion on migrations, of various times and for various reasons and among various countries. Alan...

Harriman Institute 2010-2011 Core Project...

Harriman Institute 2007-08 Core Project 

Directed by Mark Mazower (History Department), this research project proposes a new historical framework for understanding Russia’s place in the world. It seeks to...