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.

A Russian Harvard student reflects on the struggle between hope and despair.

The online collection, including about 200 prints from the Davis Center Library, vastly expands opportunities to study a legacy of state-backed messaging and disinformation that reverberates worldwide today.

Davis Center experts consider the opposition activist’s rise, poisoning, and fateful clash with the Russian regime.

The Harvard Gazette reports on efforts by the Davis Center’s Scholars Without Borders program to provide networking support and professional development to academics exiled and endangered by the war.

The Davis Center's Program on Georgian Studies and the Somerville Arts Council call for dancers, choreographers, drummers, and other percussionists to apply to the Exchanging Notes Project. Selected applicants will travel to Tbilisi, Georgia, and the Boston area and receive a stipend of $2,000. Application deadline for Georgian artists has been extended to April 1, 2024.

Davis Center visiting scholar Rahat Sabyrbekov explores the region’s climate change challenges, spotlighting original work on decarbonization efforts in the region.

Great power competition in the Global South is heating up, writes Davis Center alumna Angela Stent, and Moscow has a major advantage — poorer countries’ deep skepticism about the West, especially the U.S.

Official statistics indicate that more than 30,000 Russians left Georgia in 2023, slashing the number of wartime immigrants by almost one-third, writes Davis Center alum Joshua Kucera.

Economist Andrei Yakovlev considers three possible drivers behind Russia’s latest redistribution of property.