|Academic Year||Season||Program Title||Period||Proceedings|
|2019||winter||Tsars’ Regions between Literary Imaginations and Geopolitics||December 12-13, 2019|
|summer||Global Crisis of Democracy? The Rise and Evolution of Authoritarianism and Populism||July 4-5, 2019|
|2018||winter||Languages Rising above Empires, Blocs, and Unions 1918–2018||December 13-14, 2018|
|summer||On Land, Water and Ice: Indigenous Societies and the Changing Arctic||July 5-6, 2018|
|2017||winter||The Russian Revolution in the Long Twentieth Century||December 7–8, 2017|
|summer||Northeast Asia's Faultline: One Hundred Years of Sino/Russian/Soviet Competitive Cooperation||July 13-14, 2017|
|2016||winter||25 Years After: Post-Communism's Vibrant Diversity||
December 8-9, 2016
|summer||Russia’s Far North: The Contested Frontier||July 7-8, 2016|
|2015||winter||2015 SRC Winter International & SRC 60th Anniversary Symposium
Between History and Memory: Connecting the Generations at SRC 60
|summer||Russia and Global History||July 30-31, 2015|
|2014||winter||Border Power!: Crosscutting Forces at Play in Eurasia||December 4-5, 2014|
|summer||Thirty Years of Crisis: Empire, Violence, and Ideology in Eurasia from the First to the Second World War||July 10-11, 2014|
|Catastrophe and Resurrection: New Approaches to a Changing Slavic Eurasia||December 12-13|
|summer||The 5th East Asian Conference on Slavic Eurasian Studies; "1913-2013 for Eurasia: A Great Experiment or a Lost Century?"||August 9-10|
|SRC/GCOE Summer Symposium“Border Studies: Challenges and Perspectives in the Twenty-first Century”||August 2-4, 2013|
|New perspective from the comparative view of the Eurasian regional powers||January 26, 2013|
|summer||From Empire to Regional Power, between State and Non-state||July 4-6, 2012|
|Comparing Modern Empires: Imperial Rule and Decolonization in the Changing World Order||January 18-20, 2012||Comparing Modern Empires: Imperial Rule and Decolonization in the Changing World Order|
|Global COE Symposium “Weaving the Borders Together-Network between Japan and the World”||November 25-27, 2011|
|International Conference on Slavic Linguistics: Grammaticalization and Lexicalization in Slavic Languages||November 11-13, 2011||Grammaticalization and Lexicalization in the Slavic Languages|
|summer||Alliances and Borders in the Making and Unmaking of Regional Powers||July 7-8, 2011|
|2010||winter||Regional Routes, Regional Roots? Cross-Border Patterns of Human Mobility in Eurasia||December 11-12, 2010||Comparative Studies on Regional No.14
”Regional Routes, Regional Roots? Cross-Border Patterns of Human Mobility in Eurasia”
|2nd Global COE Symposium "De-Areanization of Border Studies: The 'Greater Eurasia' and its Neighbours"||December 3-5, 2010|
|summer||Orient on Orient: Images of Asia in Eurasian Countries||July 7-9, 2010|
|2009||winter||Comparing the Politics of the Eurasian Regional Powers: China, Russia, India, and Turkey||December 12-13, 2009|
|First Global COE Symposium "First Contact: Bringing Together the Worldwide Community of Border Studies"||December 19, 2009|
|summer||The Elusive Balance: Regional Powers and the Search for Sustainable Development||July 9-10, 2009||Comparative
Studies on Regional No.2
"The Elusive Balance: Regional Powers and the Search for Sustainable Development"
|2008||winter||The South Ossetian Conflict and Trans-border Politics in the Black Sea Rim||March 5 -6 , 2009|
|First East Asian Conference for Slavic Eurasian Studies||February 5 -6 , 2009|
|summer||Northeast Asia in the Cold War: New Evidence and Perspectives||June 26-27, 2008|
|2007||winter||Asiatic Russia: Imperial Power in Regional and International Contexts||Dec.5 - 7, 2007||Asiatic Russia: Imperial Power in Regional and International Contexts|
|summer||Dirty, but Warm: Energy and Environment in Slavic Eurasia and Its Neighborhood||July 4-6, 2007||Slavic
Eurasian Studies No.19
"Energy and Environment in Slavic Eurasia"
|2006||winter||Beyond the Empire: Images of Russia in the Eurasian Cultural Context||Dec.13 - 15, 2006||Slavic Eurasian Studies No.17
"Beyond the Empire: Images of Russia in the Eurasian Cultural Context"
|summer||Eager Eyes Fixed on Slavic Eurasia: Change and Progress||July 6-7, 2006||Slavic Eurasian Studies No.16 "Eager Eyes Fixed on Eurasia"
Vol.1 Russia and Its Neighbors in Crisis
Vol.2 Russia and Its Eastern Edge
|2005||winter||Regions in Central and Eastern Europe: Past and Present||Dec.14 - 16, 2005||Slavic Eurasian Studies No.15
"Regions in Central and Eastern Europe: Past and Present"
|summer||Regional and Transregional Dynamism in Central Eurasia: Empires, Islam and Politics||July 7-9, 2005||Slavic Eurasian Studies No.14
"Empire, Islam, and Politics in Central Eurasia"
|2004||winter||Reconstruction and Interaction of Slavic Eurasia and Its Neighboring Worlds||Dec.8 - 10, 2004||Slavic Eurasian Studies No.10
"Reconstruction and Interaction of Slavic Eurasia and Its Neighboring Worlds"
|summer||Siberia and the Russian Far East in the 21st Century as Partners in the "Community of Asia"||July 14-16, 2004||Slavic Eurasian Studies No.6 "Siberia and the Russian Far
East in the 21st Century"
Vol.1Crossroads in Northeast Asia
Vol.2Chekhov and Sakhalin
|2003||winter||Emerging Meso-Areas in the Former Socialist Countries. Histories Revived or Improvised?||Jan.28 - 31, 2004||Slavic Eurasian Studies No.7
"Emerging Meso-Areas in the Former Socialist Countries"
|CEE-Japan Forum for the 21st Century in Japanese "Democracy and Market Economics in Central and Eastern Europe: Are New Institutions Being Consolidated? "||September 3-5, 2003||Democracy and Market Economics in Central and Eastern Europe|
|summer||Slavic Eurasia's Integration into the World Economy and Community||July 16-19, 2003||Slavic
Eurasian Studies No.2
"Slavic Eurasia's Integration into the World Economy and Community"
|2002||winter||Russia, East Asia, and Japan at the Dawn of 20th Century: The Russo-Japanese War Reexamined||Jan.29 - Feb.1, 2003|
|summer||Construction and Deconstruction of National Histories in Slavic Eurasia||July 10-13, 2002||The Construction and Deconstruction of National Histories in Slavic Eurasia|
|2001||winter||Ten Years after the Collapse of the USSR||Jan. 30 - Feb.2, 2002||SRC Occasional Papers No.86
"Ten Years after the Collapse of the USSR"
|summer||Transformation and Diversification of Rural Societies in Eastern Europe and Russia||July 11-14, 2001||Transformation and Diversification of Rural Societies in Eastern Europe and Russia|
|2000||winter||Regions Past and Present in the Slavic-Eurasian Countries||Jan. 25-26, 2001|
|summer||Russian Culture on the Threshold of a New Century||July 12-15, 2000||Русская культура на пороге нового века|
|1999||winter||Shifting Boundaries: The Slavic-Eurasian World over Three Centuries||Jan. 27-28, 2000|
|summer||Russian Regions: Economic Growth and Environment||July 21-24,1999||Russian Regions: Economic Growth and Environment|
|1998||winter||New Paradigm for the Slavic-Eurasian Studies||Jan. 27-28, 1999|
|summer||Regions : A Prism to View the Slavic Eurasian World||July 22-25, 1998||Regions: A Prism to View the Slavic-Eurasian World|
|1997||winter||Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World: Conditions for Existence and Coexistence||Jan. 28-29, 1998|
|summer||Quest for Models of Coexistence: National and Ethnic Dimensions of Changes in the Slavic Eurasian World||July 16-18, 1997||Quest for Models of Coexistence|
|1996||winter||Socio-Cultural Dimensions of the Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World||Jan. 30-Feb.1, 1997|
|summer||The Emerging New Regional Order in Central and Eastern Europe||July 24-27,1996||The Emerging New Regional Order in Central and Eastern Europe|
|1995||winter||Socio-Political Dimensions of the Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World||Jan. 30-Feb.1, 1996|
|summer||Socio-Economic Dimensions of the Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World||July 13-14, 1995||Socio-Economic Dimensions of the Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World|
|1994||winter||Approaches to Interdisciplinary Research||Jan. 25-27, 1995|
|summer||Empire and Society: New Approaches to Russian History||July 13-15, 1994||Empire and Society|
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