Topic: „Globalising Eastern Europe – New Perspectives on Transregional Entanglements“
Date: 21– 24 April 2021
Organiser: BASEES in cooperation with EEGA
Please notice the following statement:
Dear colleagues and conference attendees,
The current travel restrictions and health requirements worldwide, aimed to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, pose considerable challenges to the research community in general and conferences as the medium of academic exchange in particular. Unfortunately, the 2nd BASEES Regional Conference is no exception to this. It has become evident that the conference may not take place as planned.
The Programme Committee has decided to hold the conference online. We sincerely hope these can be viable and acceptable solutions for everybody and apologise for any inconvenience this might cause.
Sincerely yours, 2nd BASEES Regional Conference conference team
On 16 September 2020, the Leibniz ScienceCampus “Eastern Europe – Global Area” (EEGA) organised a small-scale event in place of the 2nd Regional Conference of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) on “Globalising Eastern Europe – New Perspectives on Transregional Entanglements”, originally planned for September 2020 in Leipzig.
The two-part panel discussion (45 minutes each) focused on topical issues that have emerged in this turbulent year, and which will shape our work as researchers in the foreseeable future, namely 1) Research questions that arise because of the Covid-19 pandemic, and 2) Impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on practicalities of empirical research.
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Following the first successful Regional Conference in Uppsala, Sweden, the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) organises its second Regional Conference in cooperation with the Leibniz ScienceCampus “Eastern Europe – Global Area” (EEGA) in April 2021. Under the theme “Globalising Eastern Europe – New Perspectives on Transregional Entanglements”, we seek to stimulate and discuss research on these border-crossing encounters in a comparative perspective online. Aiming to stimulate a debate about interpretations across historical periods and geographical spaces, the conference brings together perspectives and case studies from a variety of disciplines. In thematic panels international junior and senior scholars present their research on Eastern Europe, an area spanning from Poland in the West to Russia in the East, to the Balkans and the Caucasus in the South, in its global and transregional entanglements.