World-class research relating to the former socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe has a long history at University of Glasgow. We excel at innovative, interdisciplinary research in language-based area studies. Our research offers insight into issues of global relevance through a strong regional focus.
Our research groups form a focus for shared activities and support collaborative engagements with stakeholders and wider communities relating to Statehood, Nationhood and Identity; Migration and Mobility; Processes and Practices of Policy-Making
As a testament of the truly multidisciplinary nature of the research agenda pursued in Central & East European Studies, CEES staff contributed to multiple returns for REF2021, including UofA20 (Social Work and Social Policy), where Professor Rebecca Kay authored an Impact Case Study, and UofA28 (History). The majority of CEES researchers, however, were returned to UofA19 (Politics & International Studies), playing a pivotal role in the truly joint submission prepared alongside colleagues in PIR and SIS. REF2021 marks another step in CEES’ enduring commitment to place a solid Language-Based Area Studies portfolio at the core of the research agenda of the School of Social & Political Sciences.
UofA19 Results and Impact
UofA20 Results and Impact
- Current projects
- Completed projects
- Research groups
- Events & seminars
- Centre for Russion, Central and Eastern European Studies (CRCEES)
- Journal of Europe-Asia Studies
- Lossi 36 Lossi 36 was initially created by students on the Erasmus Mundus IMCEERES programme. It brings news, analysis, and photography from Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, the Caucasus, and Central Asia. It is committed to providing high-quality content while shining a spotlight on the work of students and up-and-coming professionals
We deplore Russia’s brutal and unjustified invasion of Ukraine. We stand in solidarity with the people and government of Ukraine. We will continue to support our Ukrainian, Russian and Belarusian student and staff communities who are suffering as a result of Russia’s war against Ukraine