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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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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