Records include grant proposals, budgets, and reports, 1984-2000; a few files on courses, 1973-93; fund raising files; files
on visiting scholars and faculty, 1985-2000; and assorted informational and administrative files, 1972-2002, including reports
from Slavianskii Dom, a student theme house on campus, 1987-89.
The Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies (CREEES) at Stanford was established in 1969. Their mission is the
promotion and support of interdisciplinary study of the nations and peoples of the former Soviet Union, Central and Eastern
Europe, and Central Asia.
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