Centre for Baltic and East European Studies
The Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) is tasked with stimulating, coordinating and developing Södertörn University’s research and doctoral education. It has a particular focus on studies of the Baltic Sea region and Eastern Europe and conducts its own research.
Since it was founded in 2005, CBEES has become a strong and thriving multidisciplinary research environment. The centre is a hub for cooperation throughout the Baltic Sea region and Eastern Europe, organising international conferences, seminars and workshops. The researchers’ expertise is in demand both within academia and in public debate. Research in the area is reflected in the international Baltic Worlds journal.
Many international visiting researchers have passed through the centre of the years, and more than 70 doctoral students have studied at BEEGS, the Baltic and East European Graduate School.
First NAIRS Summer School for PhD students
August 22-25, 2016 in Bratislava, Slovakia
As part of the activities of NAIRS, we are happy to open a call for applications for the First Summer School for PhD students. The goal of this meeting is to create an interdisciplinary space for networking of young scholars in Romani studies.
An interdisciplinary team of lecturers (linguists, ethnologists and sociologists) will present their research and approaches to Romani studies, as well as share their experience and knowledge with the Summer School participants. As this is the first meeting, the event will be thematically open for any topics related to Romani studies.
There is no participation fee for the event and NAIRS will provide bursaries to cover travel and accommodation expenses for most participants. The maximum capacity of Summer School participants is 22.
The general requirement for participants is that they are PhD students dealing with any aspect of Romani Studies. Students from Member institutions of NAIRS will be preferred, but we encourage all interested PhD students to apply by submitting to Daria Pritup, Coordinator of NAIRS, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) a CV,
2) a letter of interest, and
3) a research project abstract (max. 1 page)
The deadline for applications is July 25.
Successful applicants will be informed by July 29.
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