East Central European Center

The Institute on East Central Europe, which was established in 1954 with the aid of the Carnegie Corporation, trains students in the knowledge of peoples and problems of the nations lying between Germany and Russia and between the Balkan and Aegean seas. Renamed the Center on East Central Europe in 1997, it is the oldest academic unit in any major U.S. academic institution to deal exclusively with East Central Europe.

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ECEC Faculty

Monika Baár

Monika Baár

Istvan Deak Visiting Professor (Spring 2022)

Aleksandar Bošković

Aleksandar Bošković

Lecturer in Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian and Co-director of the East Central European Center

David Do Paço

David Do Paço

Istvan Deak Visting Professor (Fall 2021)

Christopher Harwood

Christopher Harwood

Senior Lecturer in Czech

Annette Insdorf

Annette Insdorf

Professor, Film

Valentina Izmirlieva

Valentina Izmirlieva

Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures

Rebecca Kobrin

Rebecca Kobrin

Russell and Bettina Knapp Associate Professor of American Jewish History and Director of the Institute for Jewish Studies

Wojciech Kopczuk

Wojciech Kopczuk

Professor of Economics and International and Public Affairs

Mark Mazower

Mark Mazower

Ira D. Wallach Professor of World Order Studies and Director of Columbia's Institute for Ideas and Imagination

Malgorzata Mazurek

Malgorzata Mazurek

Associate Professor of Polish Studies, Department of History

Jessica Merrill

Jessica Merrill

Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages

Tomasz Piskorski

Tomasz Piskorski

Edward S. Gordon Professor of Real Estate in the Finance Division at Columbia Business School

Katharina Pistor

Katharina Pistor

Edwin B. Parker Professor of Comparative Law; Director, Center on Global Legal Transformation; Member, Committee on Global Thought

Carol Rounds

Carol Rounds

Senior Lecturer in Hungarian, Department of Italian

David Stark

David Stark

Arthur Lehman Professor of Sociology; Director of Columbia's Center on Organizational Innovation

Contact the East Central European Center

Send an email or call 212-854-4623. You can also reach out to one of ECEC’s current co-directors, Aleksandar Boskovic or Christopher Caes.

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