Belarus and Lithuania
In February 2020, a student of Higher School of Economics Irina Zamishchak conducted a research trip supported by the Centre for German and European Studies. The aim of the trip was to collect empirical data for her Master project “Transformation of the ‘University-in-Exile’: Professional Trajectories of the Scholars from the European Humanities University (EHU)”.
Research papers by students in social sciences and humanities are being collected for the Seventh Russian-European research papers competition until October 12, 2020.
Winners will receive financial support to take a research trip to Europe (for Russian students) or to Russia (for European students) in early 2021 to collect empirical data and to develop the research. Elaborated papers presenting the results of the empirical studies will be published in the CGES Working Papers series (ISSN 1860-5680).
The mission of the Centre for German and European Studies consists in 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.
Deadline: July 26, 2020
The Centre for German and European Studies in Tokyo (DESK) invites young scholars from various fields of the historical scholarship, including art, gender, political, economic, social, cultural, and intellectual history to join the Virtual Early Career Conference which will be held on August 31, 2020 via ZOOM. The format includes presentations (20 minutes) and Q&A sessions (15 minutes).
July 3, 2020
The Special Issue of Poetics on 'Discourse, Meaning, and Networks: Advances in Socio-Semantic Analysis' co-edited by Nikita Basov, Centre for German and European Studies of St Petersburg University, Ronald Breiger, University of Arizona, Iina Hellsten, University of Amsterdam, John Mohr, University of California, and Johanne Saint-Charles, University of Quebec at Montreal is now officially out.