Supported by a grant from the US-Russia Foundation, the Cold War in the Heartland is a web resource for teachers, students, and members of the public interested in discovering the sometimes hidden or forgotten history of this global conflict and learning about the ways the Cold War’s legacies remain relevant today.
The Russian Review is a major academic journal of Russian studies. It publishes scholarly articles and book reviews in the areas of history, literature, film, fine arts, culture, society, and politics of the peoples of Russia. The journal appears quarterly and is available by subscription through Wiley Periodicals, Inc. The editorial offices are located at The University of Kansas. Contact: email@example.com or 785-864-1121.
The #KU_WWI Twitter Project is a Twitter-based e-reenactment or "tweetenactment" of the June 28, 1914 assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, the historical incident often cited as the initial geopolitical event that resulted in the First World War.
Russia's Great War and Revolution is a decade-long multinational scholarly effort that aims to fundamentally transform understanding of Russia's "continuum of crisis" during the years 1914-1922. The project incorporates new research methods, archival sources, and multiple media formats to re-conceptualize critical concepts and events and to increase public awareness of Russia's contributions to the history of the twentieth century.
An interdisciplinary curriculum designed for REES 512: Siberia Yesterday & Today and Biology 490/690: Environmental Issues of the North. This project is a collaboration between the University of Kansas, the University of Alaska Anchorage, Gorno-Altaisk State University and Tyumen State University.
A collaborate project to greater understand the Silk Road as not just a network of transportation routes, but also a conscious concept of interaction that illustrates the way that commodities, empires, religions, and even music, have traveled throughout Eurasia for thousands of years.