EEGA afternoon – EEGA Lecture & Info Event

We would like to invite you to a EEGA afternoon on 19 April with a lecture of our EEGA fellow Marcin Szerle on

Three States, Three Gateways, One Key: A Port-City. Gdynia, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, and Rostock in their new roles – an outline.

3.00 – 5.00 pm

Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO), Leipzig


The guest lecture will be followed by a short info event on current EEGA Calls for Applications for the funding of 1) Thematic workshops, 2) Postdoc fellowships and 3) Postgraduate grants for the development of a PhD proposal.

All interested guests and colleagues are warmly welcomed to this brief introduction into the EEGA funding opportunities. Key topics are:

  • Which measures are offered in 2018
  • For whom
  • How to apply

The presentation introduces the EEGA to potential and future EEGA fellows (e.g. graduate and postgraduate students at Leipzig university, PhD candidates and Postdocs at EEGA member institutions), and we invite especially students to ask questions about this year’s EEGA postgraduate grants and coaching programme (October – December 2018). Further information please find attached and on our website

5.00 – 5.30 pm

Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO), Leipzig


Those who would like to continue the conversations in a more informal way, can join us for a Feierabenddrink in the Café Central.

05:45 – 7.00 pm

Reichsstraße 2, 04109 Leipzig


Please kindly inform us until 19 April if you would like to participate in one or all of the EEGA events (

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