Leibniz ScienceCampus »Eastern Europe – Global Area« (EEGA)

The aim of the EEGA is to break down regionally compartmentalised approaches and to promote an informed understanding of this world region in its diverse traditions and positions, developments and dynamics. EEGA is committed to disseminate this paradigm not only amongst a new generation of international researchers, but also within the German media and wider public discourse. It does so by supporting postdocs, contributing to PhD-training, developing an emphasis in a Master’s degree course on Eastern Europe in a global perspective and seeking targeted dialogue with journalists.

Research Areas

The Leibniz ScienceCampus »Eastern Europe – Global Area« is organised in five research areas:

Mobilities and Migration Regimes in Eastern Europe

Helena Flam / Judith Miggelbrink


Business Strategies and Frameworks of Political Economies

Sebastian Henn / Thomas Glauben / Thorsten Posselt


Cultural and Intellectual Perspectives and Identifications

Jürgen Heyde / Yvonne Kleinmann / Stefan Troebst


Get in Contact

The Leibniz ScienceCampus »Eastern Europe – Global Area« is based at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography in Leipzig, Germany.

How to find us


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Sign up for the EEGA ScienceCampus news dispatcher with an e-mail to leibniz-eega@ifl-leipzig.de and receive updates on our call for applications, upcoming events, reports and interviews with EEGA fellows.

Important announcements from the community of historical and regional sciences are provided in the newsletter of the collaborating journal “Connections”: https://www.connections.clio-online.net/.

Please find here a PDF file in which you can specify your interests and ask for more information in a specific field.

Please find here a PDF file with more information for all applicants.

Please find here a Word file (docx) including the application form for EEGA.

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