Publications

The ScienceCampus EEGA stimulates a research-led discourse on Eastern Europe and promotes knowledge transfer between science and the public. Through its website www.leibniz-eega.de the ScienceCampus serves as platform for the self-reflexive understanding of Eastern Europe through globalisation projects.

The online platform www.leibniz-eega.de is directed towards audiences within and outside of academica, eg scholars, students, teachers, media representatives, politicians and policy advisors, as well as the public. The EEGA offers publications, news, infographics and visualisations for specific target groups for download.
An open access library serves as ressource for research and teaching.

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State power and public in post-Soviet societies, Dr. Nadja Douglas @ZOiS_Berlin Forschungskolloquium, 10.01.2018, https://t.co/YukMhwjVHo

PhD Positions "Ukrainian History" and "Mongolian and Russian History", Heidelberg, Deadline: 31.05. https://t.co/nffmca4MI1 #jobs

CfP: Die Novemberrevolution im deutsch-russischen Kontext, München, Deadline: 15.01. https://t.co/IHCVZTaLyl

CFP: Cultural Landscapes in Central and Eastern Europe after World War II and the Collapse of Communism (Wrocław, 21-22 Sep 2018)
https://t.co/Ti442Ag8C0

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