TREEC was established in 2011, receiving funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Research Networking funding initiative.‌ 

The TREEC project aims to explore critically the multiple ways in which Russian and East European cultures are translated, constructed and narrated within the multidisciplinary and multicultural context of Russian, Central and East European Studies.


28-29 Sep 2012: Translating Russian & East European Cultures, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow

This event includes a major retrospective of Slovenian artists Marina Gržinić and Aina Šmid's video work curated by Katarzyna Kosmala, reflections on 'Approaches to community engagement through art' by Brendan Jackson, music by the Welsh-Estonian music collaboration SILD as well as a postgraduate workshop exploring 'Intersectionality in the study of Central and East Europe.'

Download flyer for full details: TREEC events 28-29 September 2012 (PDF)

28 Sep 2012: Intersectionality in the Study of Central and East Europe, BASEES Postgraduate Workshop, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow

Part of the Translating Russian and East European Cultures event.

Download the flyer for full details: BASEES Postgraduate Workshop, 28 September 2012 (PDF)