International Student Symposium 'Perspectives on Estonia: Present, Past & Future'

Published: 13 January 2012

The student symposium 'Perspectives on Estonia – Present, Past and Future' was one of a series of events organised in Glasgow to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia. 28-29 February 2008

CRCEES, the Department of Central and East European Studies (CEES) at the University of Glasgow and the Estonian Institute are pleased to announce an international student symposium on Estonian society, history and culture, which will be held to mark the 90th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia.

Symposium programme

The international symposium was opened by Dr David J. Smith, head of the Glasgow Baltic Research Unit, editor of Journal of Baltic Studies and Co-Director of CRCEES.

The symposium was supported by CEES, CRCEES and the Estonian Institute. The 15 participants were from 4 different countries and 6 different universities. The event lasted 2 days, during which 10 oral and 4 poster presentations were held.


Symposium paper abstracts are available for download
News: Symposium review – 'Perspectives on  Estonia – Present, Past & Future'

28-29 February, 2008
Various rooms*, University of Glasgow.
*see symposium programme for detail

First published: 13 January 2012