College of Arts and Sciences
About the Program

The Russian and East European Studies Program (REESP) brings together faculty and students from a variety of fields to pursue a common interest in the cultures, history, languages and political institutions of East - Central Europe and the successor states to the USSR.  Through our Minor and Certificate Programs, we aim to provide rigorous and comprehensive liberal arts training, preparing students for continuing engagement with Russia and Eastern Europe throughout their careers.  Students are encouraged to take advantage of our excellent study abroad program in St. Petersburg, Russia, which we have developed in close collaboration with the Center for Russian Language and Culture at St. Petersburg State University.  In addition, we serve as a cultural resource by sponsoring field trips, symposia, films, guest lectures, and many other events. The Russian and East European Studies Program welcomes anyone who is interested in participating in its activities.

News & Events
  • SHU News Certificate in Russian Studies
  • Are you interested in Russia and Eastern Europe? Seton Hall offers a certificate program that might pique your interest. Learn more on October 30.

  • SHU News Celebration of Russian Music
  • Presentation of Russian Classical, Folk and Gypsy music by concert violinist, David Podles, - Oct. 23, 2014, 6:30 pm, Fahy 236.

Students

There are many co-curricular opportunities for students to experience the culture of Russia and East Europe, including those sponsored by the Slavic Club.

Affiliated Faculty

The faculty associated with the Russian and East European Studies program come from many different academic programs on campus.

View REESP Affiliated Faculty »

Contact Us

Russian and East European Studies Program
(973) 761-9386
Fax (973) 761-7798
Fahy Hall

Program Director

Director: Maxim Matusevich, Ph.D.
Telephone: (973) 761-9386
Fax: (973) 761-7798
E-mail: matusema@shu.edu

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