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.

As ethnic Armenians flee Nagorno-Karabakh, the Caucasus region braces itself for more high-stakes contention over territory — this time involving both Turkey and Iran, writes REECA alum Joshua Kucera.

Harvard’s annual Global Studies Outreach workshop is a foundational part of the Davis Center’s outreach to middle school, high school, and community college educators.

Data from 30 years of U.N. votes show significantly more alignment with Sino-Russian policy positions than with those held by the U.S., writes Davis Center summer visiting scholar Dmitriy Nurullayev.

Bringing educational backgrounds as varied as economics, linguistics, and sociology, the REECA class of 2025 has come to campus.

We’re delighted to welcome scholars from around the world to our campus community. Meet the individuals who will be joining the Davis Center this academic year.

An uncritical embrace of Europe chafes uncomfortably against the anti-colonial nature of Ukraine’s resistance, write Davis Center alumna Kimberly St. Julian-Varnon and her co-author Emily Couch.

"The region’s significance has been underestimated because it cannot be understood from the perspective of a single scholar working in a single academic discipline," writes historian Kelly O'Neill, director of the Davis Center's Imperiia Project.

A mix of gifts and interpersonal elite ties marks China’s approach to Central Asia, contrasting starkly with a Western approach focused on political norms and principles, writes Nargis Kassenova.

Stephen Jones, director of the Davis Center's Program on Georgian Studies, remembers Richard Hovannisian, a founding father of South Caucasus studies in the U.S., who died this month at the age of 90.