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A lecture on ‘Mixed-method socio-semantic network analyses of European creative collectives’ by Nikita Basov

August 20,  2019

University of Melbourne, Australia

This Tuesday, Scientific Manager of the Centre for German and European Studies (SPbU - Bielefeld University) Nikita Basov will conduct a lecture on ‘Mixed-method socio-semantic network analyses of European creative collectives’ within the Complex Human Data Hub in Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne. 

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Summer School in Otzenhausen

July 29 - August 8, 2019 

Otzenhausen ( Germany)

The Summer School annually organized by the Centre for German and European Studies (St. Petersburg  University - Bielefeld University) in cooperation with  Asko Europa-Stiftung and the European Academy of Otzenhausen is held from July 29 till August 8 in Otzenhausen (Germany). 

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Graduate Student Conference: Understanding the Countryside. Rural Europe in a Post-Global World

September 9, 2019

Berkeley University of California

The Institute of European Studies and the Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies at UC Berkeley - invite proposals for a one-day graduate conference "Understanding the Countryside: Rural Europe in a Post-Global World" which will be held on September 9, 2019 in Berkeley University of California.

The conference aims to bring together students working on European rural issues at the local, regional, national, and continental level. 

The ultimate goal of the conference is to provide graduate students working on topics with a European rural component a platform to interact with each other and also with professors from different departments across campus. As a graduate conference, students are expected to present a synopsis of their research, which can be a work in progress. 

Submissions should include a title of paper and abstract (no more than 300 words) and a CV (no more than 4 pages) and to be sent to Alberto Sanchez Sanchez This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until August 5. 


More information can be found here.

‘(In)visible bodies: gender, sexuality and cultural institutions in a New Europe’

July 2, 2019

London, UK

The workshop ‘(In)visible bodies: gender, sexuality and cultural institutions in a New Europe’ organized by an affiliated researcher of the CGES and CGES PhD Fellowship Programme graduate Rita Kuleva (Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg) in collaboration with Vlad Strukov (Leeds University)  was held in Mimosa House - an independent, non-profit gallery space in the centre of London - on July, 2 2019. 

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