The Ambassadorial Series, June 9-10, 2021

The Ambassadorial Series, a new docuseries from the Monterey Initiative in Russian Studies, highlights personal reflections and challenges faced by U.S. Ambassadors to Russia. (Read more on the Carnegie Corporation of New York’s website: New Video Series Highlights Personal Reflections and Challenges Faced by U.S. Ambassadors to Russia.) One of the ambassadors interviewed, Ambassador James F. Collins, is an IU alum. John Tefft, who is one of the presenters, is a native of Madison, Wisconsin.

Wednesday, June 9, 2021, 1:00 PM (EDT) – virtual event
The Eurasian Regions Study Group (ERSG), a working group in BASEES, is hosting the webinar, “Siberia in the Late Tsarist and Early Soviet Era.” RSW academic co-director Tatiana Saburova will be presenting. For more information see our webpage at:

Thursday, June 10, 2021, 11:30 AM (EDT) – virtual event
“Invisible Language: An Inclusive Dive into Modern Art”
Organized by the Center for European Studies (Institute of Ethnography and Anthropology) and the Department of European Studies at the Kunstkamera Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography. Artist and researcher Anna Kabirova will share the results of her study of inclusion and how visually impaired people interact with contemporary art. In Russian.
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