EEGA Endorses Joint Statement of Opposition to Banning Scholars Based on Citizenship

The Leibniz ScienceCampus “Eastern Europe – Global Area” (EEGA) as an institutional member of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) endoreses the joint statement of Opposition to Banning Scholars Based on Citizenship issued by BASEES, ASEEES and AATSEEL.

The statement, along with its translation in Ukrainian and Russian, can be found on the BASEES website.

Latest Tweets

The #LeibnizScienceCampus #EEGA warmly welcomes our new fellow, Ekaterina Mikhailova (Konstanz/Geneva). Get to know her and her research on cities along Russian borders today https://www.leibniz-eega.de/people/eega-fellows/postdocs/ekaterina-mikhailova/

Join us for today's #EEGA colloquium: Ekaterina Mikhailova: „Withstanding the Strain? Border Cities in a Comparative Perspective“, 10.05. at 5 pm CEST, online https://www.leibniz-eega.de/event-calendar/eega-colloquium-mikhailova/

🚨Job alert🚨

3-year post-doc position in the field of comparative extremism and autocracy research 👇

CfA: Project presentation for PhD Students and Postdocs at the Congress of East European Studies, 6 -7 Oct. at FU Berlin, together with @DGO_Berlin and @oei_news. Find the CfA below 👇🏻 and apply until May 19th

Load more Tweets