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Established as a consortium in 1984, The Melikian Center for Russian, Eurasian and East European Studies advances innovative use-inspired research and teaching on the languages, societies and geopolitics of greater Eurasia. The Center’s core mission is to enhance contextual expertise and cultural awareness in the communities it serves, through partnerships across disciplinary, ideological and geographical borders.
As an instructional unit, the Center sponsors the Critical Languages Institute, one of the largest summer training academies for intensive training in less commonly taught East European and Eurasian languages.
As a research unit, the Center draws on the expertise of over forty faculty affiliates, and partners with educational institutions in the US and the region to build programs of academic exchange, international development, and collaborative research.
The Melikian Center adopted its current name in late 2006, in recognition of the generous support of Gregory and Emma Melikian.
Keith Brown, Melikian Center Director, says the diplomatic process itself is a victory, but the agreement still faces hurdlesRead on ASU NOW
The Miracle - A film screening with an introduction by Stephen Beschloss, ASU Media Relations
1997, dir. Tuomas Sallinen
“The Miracle,” shot in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1997, is a fictional documentary about an American TV journalist... more
The Association for the Study of Eastern Christian History and Culture (ASEC) is holding its eighth biennial conference on the Arizona State University Tempe campus from February 22-23, 2019. Using the millennial anniversary of the enthronem... more
he Association for the Study of Eastern Christian History and Culture (ASEC) is holding its eighth biennial conference on the Arizona State University Tempe campus from February 22-23, 2019. Using the millennial anniversary of the enthronement of... more