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02-03  LS&A Bulletin

Russian and East European Studies (REES)

1080 South University Avenue Suite 4668
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285

Professor Katherine Verdery (Anthropology), Director

Phone: (734) 764-0351

Departmental Information

Fax: (734) 763-4765

Departmental Faculty List


Undergraduate Concentration Programs

830 Russian and East European Studies

Undergraduate Academic Minors

  East European Studies
  Russian Studies

Undergraduate Courses (by division)

468 Russian and East European Studies (REES)


REES concentration - Appointments are scheduled at the CREES office. Arrangements for continuing contacts are made in the first meeting with the undergraduate academic advisor. This meeting should be scheduled during the second term of the sophomore year.

Academic minor - Students pursuing a REES academic minor must discuss their plans and course elections with the REES undergraduate academic advisor. Appointments are scheduled at the CREES office, 1080 South University, Suite 4668.

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Related Links

Language Resource Center

Slavic Langauges and Literatures

Slavic and East European Studies Division, University Library

International Institute

Polish Studies

Czech Studies

Southeast European Studies

Modern Western European Studies


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