St Antony's College, Oxford
The Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre was launched in 2003 to carry forward the work of the internationally renowned Russian and East European Studies Centre, established in 1953. The Centre is a major component of research on Russia, Ukraine, the Caucasus and Central Asia at Oxford University. In matters relating to this last area it has close links with The Oxford Society for the Caspian and Central Asia (TOSCCA) .
Approximately half of all graduate students in one branch or another of Russian studies at Oxford University come to St Antony's.
The Centre organises seminars, addressed by visiting speakers, which have been weekly in term-time throughout the past fifty years.
The Max Hayward Research Fellowship in Russian Literature is offered every other year. Between them, the Centre Fellows cover Twentieth Century Russian history, Russian and Soviet politics and foreign policy, Russian literature and culture, and the economics of Russia, Ukraine and Central Asia.
The College Main Library holds general collections in modern history, politics, international relations and economics on Russia, the former USSR and Eastern Europe.
Russian Department: http://www.sant.ox.ac.uk/russian