Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Gary Shteynart, Associate Professor of Writing, sat down with Eve Glasberg of Columbia News, to answer five questions about his new novel, "Lake Success" (Penguin Random House).
Sunday, October 21, 2018
The fall issue opens with four pieces connected to the Harriman Institute's new oral history project, "Cold Wars and the Academy: An Oral History on Russian and Eurasian Studies." Next up is a photo essay, contributed by former Harriman postdoctoral fellow Elidor Mëhilli. And last but not least, a profile of journalist Elena Kostyuchenko, our 2018 Paul Klebnikov Fellow, accompanied by a translation of Kostyuchenko's essay on the Hovrino Abandoned Hospital (HZB). Read the PDF.
Friday, October 19, 2018
Joss Meakins (MARS '17) Authors Report on Russia's Approach to Cyber Deterrence for the European Leadership Network
Harriman alumnus Joss Meakins (MARS 2017) authored the report "Living in (Digital) Denial: Russia's Approach to Cyber Deterrence" for the European Leadership Network.
Thursday, October 18, 2018
The Cold War, Post-Cold War, and the Academy: Policy Recommendations from an Oral History of Russian and Eurasian Studies
Alexander Cooley (Director, Harriman Institute) and George Gavrilis, an independent consultant specializing in international relations, foreign policy, higher education and oral history, co-authored the PONARS Eurasia policy memo, "The Cold War, Post-Cold War, and the Academy: Policy Recommendations from an Oral History of Russian and Eurasian Studies," which draws on findings from the Harriman Institute's new oral history.
Friday, October 5, 2018
Lincoln Mitchell (Adjunct Associate Research Scholar) and Tinatin Japaridze (Harriman MARS student) published an op-ed in the Moscow Times, titled "Trump Has Cleared the Way for Russian 'Hacktivities.'"
Friday, October 5, 2018
Rhiannon Dowling (Harriman Postdoctoral Research Fellow) has been awarded the Robert C. Tucker/Stephen F. Cohen Dissertation prize for her dissertation “Brezhnev’s War on Crime: The Criminal in Soviet Society, 1963-1984,” defended at University of California, Berkeley (May 2017).
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Yuri Shevchuk (Lecturer in Ukrainian and founding member of the Ukrainian Film Club at Columbia University) has been elected to membership of the Ukrainian Film Academy.
Thursday, September 27, 2018
Lincoln Mitchell (Adjunct Associate Research Scholar) and Tinatin Japaridze (Harriman MARS student) published an op-ed in the Moscow Times, titled "When the Russian Dog Finally Caught up With the American Car" (Sept. 26, 2018).
Thursday, September 20, 2018
Tanya Domi (International and Public Affairs) addressed U.S. sanctions placed on Nikolic Spiro, a Bosnian Serb politician, for Aljazeera Balkans (12 September 2018).
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Stephen Sander-Faes (István Deák Visiting Professor) is the author of “To avoid the costs of litigation, the parties compromise…”: Crime, Extrajudicial Settlement, and Punishment in Venetian Dalmatia, c. 1550’, in Venezia e il suo Stato da mar: Atti del convegno internazionale, Venezia, 9-11 marzo 2017/Venice and its Stato da mar: Proceedings of the International Congress, Venice, 9-11 March 2017, ed. Bruno Crevato-Selvaggio (Rome: Società Dalmata di Storia Patria, 2018).