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Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies, Center for


140 Enarson Classroom Building
2009 Millikin Road
Columbus, OH 43210

Angela Brintlinger

At Ohio State, the Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (CSEEES) seeds faculty positions and courses, sponsors lectures and conferences, brings visiting specialists from the region to campus, administers a Slavic and East European studies MA program, provides monies for library acquisitions, awards FLAS to Ohio State undergraduate and graduate students, and maintains a large video library. CSEEES' outreach beyond Ohio State includes teacher workshops, presentations at local schools, partner programs with other higher education institutions, area studies conferences, video loans and a newsletter.

East European and Eurasian area studies at Ohio State is facilitated by the presence of approximately 90 area specialist faculty members who teach over 250 different courses in languages and area studies. Ohio State regularly offers instruction in seven East European/Eurasian languages: Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian, Modern Greek, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Modern Turkish and Uzbek. Occasional language offerings include Bulgarian, Czech, Georgian, Hungarian, Old Church Slavonic, Ukrainian and Yiddish.