Celebrating over 25 Years
The Cambridge Commitee for Russian and East European Studies (CamCREES) was founded in 1987 to promote and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration in the study of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia at the University of Cambridge. It also represents to outside bodies the interests of Russian and East European Studies at the University.
CamCREES connects students and scholars across departments, colleges and faculties at Cambridge in order to advance knowledge about the diverse cultures, economies, and societies of the region. During the academic year, CamCREES organises and hosts a series of evening seminars and other special events with leading scholars, artists, and practitioners, which are open to the general public. It also offers seed funding for creative interdisciplinary initiatives conceived and organised by postgraduates.
Below is our next event:
For more information about the mission and mandate of CamCREES, please contact its Chair, Dr Rory Finnin.
Staying in Touch
If you would like to receive e-mails from CamCREES or to send an announcement to our list, please contact our list coordinator Theresa Daly.
CamCREES Bibliographic Notes
Inspired by a CamCREES seminar? Interested in pursuing further study? Click here for CamCREES Bibliographic Notes, which explore seminar topics in more detail and offer relevant insights into the University Library's growing collections in Russian and East European Studies.
This resource has been developed by Mel Bach, Slavonic Specialist at the University Library and Secretary of CamCREES.