EURUS at 50
The Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (EURUS) is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Find out more about the history of the Institute, its programs, faculty research and the new McMillan Chair in Russian Studies. Faculty connections and student programs in EURUS stretch from the United Kingdom to Kyrgyzstan, with strong linkages to the European Union and Russia at academic and government levels.
Building Community in Difficult Circumstances
In the same week as his convocation from the first cohort of Carleton’s graduate diploma in Indigenous Policy and Administration (IPA), Chief Darcy Gray was elected chief of Listuguj First Nation. He is working to have the Peace and Friendship Treaties of 1760-61 recognized and to create financial independence in his community.
Decolonization, National Liberation and Revolutionary Internationalism
Candace Sobers, a professor in the Bachelor of Global and International Studies (BGInS) program, is a historian examining the global and international impact of movements for decolonization, self-determination and independence, as well as the impacts of such movements within powerful states.