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.

What did it mean to be both Georgian and Soviet? Claire Kaiser's new book examines exactly this question.

Central Asian countries should capitalize on accessible Chinese resources in their pursuit of a clean energy transition, while continuing to diversify their renewable energy markets.

The Program on Georgian Studies and the Somerville Arts Council announce a new collaborative artistic project.

"Under Georgia's current electoral system, outcomes have led to a dangerous democratic decay," write Stephen Jones and Natalie Sabanadze in Eurasianet.

"In what language do you think?" I’m often asked during readings and literary events. "Is it Russian? English? Both?" I reply, honestly, that in a sense it does not matter for the creative outcome.

"Everyone wants this war to end. But calls for Ukraine to cede seized territory to Russia are misguided," writes Alexandra Vacroux in The Boston Globe.

Sifting through a mountain of maps is an art, a craft, and a continuous act of discovery.

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?