Early notification of next year's summer school – Tartu, Estonia
The Summer School is intended primarily for research and taught postgraduate students from UK and overseas CRCEES partners whose research interests fall within the remit of the programme. CRCEES will pay the full costs of registration, bed and breakfast accommodation and excursions for students from its partner institutions, and will also provide funding towards their costs of travel to and from Tartu. Participants will be expected to pay for their own meals (lunch and dinner), unless otherwise indicated in the programme.
Postgraduate students from other UK and Central and East European universities are also welcome to apply to attend the Summer School, but will have to find their own sources of funding. Details of costs are available upon request from David Smith at the address below. A subsidy will be available for non-CRCEES participants from Central and Eastern Europe.
Key themes of the Summer School will include:
- EU Eastern Enlargement Five Years On
- Two Decades of Political and Social Transformation Revisited
- Security Theory in a CEE Context
- Ethnic Integration in Central and Eastern Europe
- Urban Landscape and Identity Politics
- Stalinism and Oral History
- National Communism Revisited
- Policies for Sustainable Development
- Central Europe, Russia and the EU
A full programme will be made available through the CRCEES website in spring 2009.
Please note that the language of instruction will be English.
All postgraduate students wishing to participate in the Tartu Summer School should send their CV, two references and a 500-word outline of their research interests to: David Smith (David.Smith@glasgow.ac.uk) by Friday, 27 March 2009.
Places on the summer school are limited so apply now to avoid disappointment. For further details, please contact:
Professor David Smith
Centre for Russian, Central and East European Studies
Department of Central and East European Studies
University of Glasgow
8-9 Lilybank Gardens
Glasgow, G12 8RZ, UK.
First published: 15 December 2008
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