July 8-13, 2019
CGES, St Petersburg
This year, the School attracted over 60 applications by students and teachers from Russia, Germany, Great Britain, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Brazil, Malaysia, and other countries. Owing to the large number of applications, the acceptance rate was about 25%.
the Centre for German and European Studies keeps bridging Russian, German, and European scholars in order to disseminate the highest standards and the best practices of academic work, to promote high-quality education, and to facilitate comparative interdisciplinary research.
See an overview of the main activities carried out by the Centre in the past year of 2018 in our Annual Report: http://zdes.spbu.ru/images/CIGE_Annual_report_2018_web.pdf
A new CGES Working paper ‘The notion of diaspora knowledge network revisited: Highly skilled migrants forming a new invisible college’ by Irina Antoshchuk, University of Amsterdam and St. Petersburg State University is now available.
May 15 - October 15, 2019
Centre for German and European Studies is pleased to announce the Sixth Russian-European research papers competition for graduate and postgraduate students in social sciences and humanities.
April 26, 2019
The project aims to understand how hazard-related knowledge is created in the interplay between expert and local knowledge in local flood-prone communities of Russia, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, and Italy.