Campus Partners & Affiliated Units
Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies
The Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies is home to one of the most energetic interdisciplinary groups on campus. It organizes monthly discussions, hosts a national conference, and awards three graduate fellowships annually.
Central Eurasian Studies
The Department of Central Eurasian Studies has long been one of the world’s leading centers of academic expertise on Central Eurasia, as well as the sole independent degree-granting academic unit in the field, staffed with its own faculty of specialists.
College Arts and Humanities Institute (CAHI)
The College Arts and Humanities Institute (CAHI) supports the scholarly and creative initiatives of Indiana University College faculty, fostering individual research activities, sponsoring conferences, workshops, performances, and offering research grants as well as fellowships.
College International Office
The broad mission of College International is to expand and deepen our institution’s global engagement, based on the best expertise, scholarship, and understanding of all parts of the world available.
Department of Comparative Literature
Founded in 1949, Indiana University's Department of Comparative Literature is one of the oldest and most comprehensive in the United States.
Department of Linguistics
The Linguistics department at Indiana University contributes to the breadth of education of students in the arts and sciences by engaging them in analytical and social approaches to language in all its diverse manifestations.
Department of Second Language Studies
The Indiana University Department of Second Language Studies is dedicated to teaching and research of the structure, acquisition, and use of nonnative language in both instructed and contact contexts.
Eskenazi Museum of Art
The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art is one of the foremost university art museums in the country, with collections that span nearly every art-producing culture throughout history.
Herman B Wells Library
The Slavic and East European studies collection is one of the most extensive research collections of its kind in the United States. Multidisciplinary and encompassing all formats, it is built and developed to provide support for teaching, learning, and original scholarly research including journal publications, Ph.D. dissertations, and seminar papers. It collects publications in more than 15 different vernacular languages as well as in English, and rapidly expands into the online sphere.
Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center
For over fifty years, Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center at Indiana University has served as the country’s paramount institution for supporting the study of Central Eurasia.
Institute for European Studies
The Institute for European Studies is a U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center and Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence. They promote knowledge of the European region through education, scholarship, and public events.
Office of Overseas Study
IU’s Office of Overseas Study offers a variety of exceptional programs and provides more than $100,000 in need and merit-based scholarships annually.
Polish Studies Center
The Polish Studies Center aims to maintain, shape, and enhance Indiana University’s long-standing tradition of quality scholarship on Polish literature, art, music, society, and politics. It provides intellectual leadership at an institutional and national level in the domain of Polish Studies and engages in Polish-related research around the world.
Russian and East European Institute (REEI)
REEI administers one of the country’s leading programs in Russian and East European area studies. It assists students in acquiring language proficiency, analytical tools, and area studies knowledge.
Russian Flagship Program
The IU Russian Flagship Program offers a unique learning opportunity for ambitious students interested in pursuing global careers. This innovative language-learning program has been specifically designed to maximize student achievement.
Russian Studies Workshop
The Russian Studies Workshop supports graduate training and promotes research collaboration. It enjoys strong departmental and institutional relationships in a variety of units within IU and across institutions in the United States, Europe, and Russia.
Slavica is the leading U.S. specialty press devoted to scholarly monographs, collections of research articles, textbooks, reference works, and journals serving the field of Slavic languages and literatures, as well as Slavic and East European studies in general.