Director: Joakim Ekman
Administrative staff: Vit Kysilka
Director of Studies: Florence Fröhlig
Language and Politics. Infiltration by dictatorships through culture, soft power
Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES)
Doctoral student, Sociology
Historical and Contemporary Studies
Doctoral student; political sociology
Doctoral Student in Sociology.
Research areas: Social movements, radical nationalism and repression.
I study the intersections of sociocultural diversity, environmental justice and conflict in coastal and freshwater biodiversity governance in the Baltic Sea Region
Natural Sciences, Technology and Environmental Studies
I do research on fatherhood, gender and the family in Russia, in a perspective of contemporary history , 1950-1990s,
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
I work with the research project 'A New Region of the World: Towards a Poetics of Situatedness'.
Culture and Education
I work on competing geopolitical projects in the military and security sector in Africa, studying continentalisms and 'big-space' political formations.
My research is about collecting and analyzing life stories from the refugees who came from Poland to Sweden during the antisemitic campaign 1967-1972.
PhD student. My research concerns politics and discursive practices relating to the phasing out of nuclear and fossil energy.
I am teaching in migration, ethnicity and ethnographic methods. My research focuses on critical heritage studies as well as on Baltic and East European studies.
I defended my PhD "Soviet People with Female Bodies" (2007). Currently my research is focused on Women's International Democratic Federation, the Cold War and the Third World.
Kimmo Granqvist (SH) is a Professor in Romani studies. Currently, he directs the RJ-funded research programme “Romani language repertoires in an open world” (2019-2025).
Doctoral student in Environmental Sciences
My research involves nineteenth century medical devices in Sweden and Denmark, their use and relationships with knowledge and science.
PhD student in the Theory of Practical Knowledge
Emma Kihl is doctoral candidate in comparative literature. The thesis is trying read Agneta Enckell’s poetry in company with Isabelle Stengers's philosophy.
Russian literature, translation history
Postdoctoral researcher in Romani studies
My research concerns intergovernmental rule-setting in the Baltics with a focus on measures aiming to prevent Swedish banks from being used for money laundering in Estonia.
Political geography, particularly sociopolitical analysis of cross-border contacts
History of geopolitics
The concept of region
The history of geographyy
My research focuses on the sustainability aspects of seafood governance in the Northeast Atlantic. More specifically on the governance mechanisms and public/private strategies.
My main research interests deal with subcultures and religion in contemporary Muslim majority societies. I am currently resaerching the black metal music scene in Turkey.
Editor-in-chief for the scholarly journal Baltic Worlds and in charge of its' website www.balticworlds.com.
I am a PhD-student as well as teacher in Gender Studies.
My doctoral project is an ethnographic study of Belgrade as a local and global place for medical transition.
Lecturer and PhD student in business administration with a focus on green marketing
I co-ordinate the Tourism Studies Bachelor Programme,, teach Tourism studies, and have some research and development projects on entrepreneurship and organisation of learning
Post-Soviet regime change, stateness, Estonia, Ukraine, European organisations.
Researching space politics within the project "Russia In Space"
PhD candidate in ethnology
I analyse policy for transport in Stockholm municipality by treating policy as a form of discourse.
I am a historian who work primarily on Ukraine, Belarus, and Poland.
I am a lecturer in business studies and associate professor in economic history
Professor of cultural studies, CBEES
Interested in activist narratives of time, aesthetics and heritage, as well as sensory experience, and how these orient activists in the futures they see as possible and desirable.
I research processes and outcomes of socio-environmental knowledge (co-)production, including transdisciplinary science, and their implications for society and environment.
I am historian and work in the field of memory studies, church history, postcolonial studies, and gender studies.
I am a Doctoral student in environmental science. My interest is to study the relationships between the aesthetic perception of landscapes and biodiversity.
My academic interest area is at the intersection of literature and queer theory. I teach in comparative literature and supervise essays within the police- and teacher programmes.
PhD student at the Baltic and Eastern European Graduate School (BEEGS) in environmental science, analysing agriculture from environmental science and ecological economics theories.