Writing. Convening. Teaching. Training. Modeling. Experimenting. Engaging. Across time zones and international boundaries, members of our community are at work. Our “Insights” gallery is a multimedia guide to intellectual life at the Davis Center.

This year’s In Focus series will be devoted to decolonizing Slavic studies. Why does it matter and what does it look like? How will these efforts impact teaching, research and professional outputs?

Key takeaways from a discussion between the Program on Central Asia and the CAREC Institute.

Dasha Bough, REECA A.B./A.M. '23, speaks with The Harvard Gazette about her animated documentary film.

We are at an inflection point in Russian and Eurasian studies.

A gorgeous hand-painted atlas is tucked away at Houghton Library, waiting for someone to come along and unlock the secrets of Siberia.

Data visualization challenges us to think about the world differently. Have a look at the 18th-century roots of the practice.

REECA Master’s students are combining principles of scholarship and entrepreneurial activity to create a new model of academic work.

Since the invasion in February, Jewish leaders in Russia and Ukraine have found themselves on opposite sides of a brutal military conflict, writes Maxim D. Shrayer in The Times of Israel.