The Slavic Department of Barnard College
Information for Barnard College undergraduates interested in Slavic Studies.
The Harriman Institute
Columbia's center for Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies, housed in the School of International Affairs. Includes comprehensive listing of relevant events on campus.
The Russian, Eurasian, and East European Libraries
These library collections at Columbia contain about 750,000 volumes and are curated by the Slavic Librarian.
The Bakhmeteff Archive
The second largest depository of Russian émigré materials outside Russia.
Russian Cultural Association of Barnard College
The RCA sponsors activities on and off campus that promote awareness of Russia and the former Soviet Union. Events include poetry evenings and concerts.
Russian International Association
The RIA was created in 1998 to educate the Columbia community about Russian language and culture. Events include Russian movies, dinners, plays, dances, and literary nights.
Ukrainian Film Club
The UFC was organized in 2004 to promote knowledge of Ukrainian cinema. Hosts monthly screenings.
The sound of the Columbia Slavic Department. "Born in the tundra, hewn from the lifeless earth, Baba-Muzik rose to restore the androgyne order of things."