CBEES anordnar löpande seminarier, konferenser och workshops under året. Varannan måndag anordnas högre seminarie inom forskning som berör vårt område. Dessutom anordnas årligen CBEES Annual Conference som lockar deltagare från flera forskningsfält, lärosäten och länder.

CBEES Annual Conference 2023 - The War and Its Effects

Den nionde årliga konferensen äger rum den 23-24 november 2023 på Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES). Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden.

För mer information om våra konferenser, högre seminiarier och andra evenmang, kontakt gärna oss.

23 maj
24 maj

Citizens and the State During and After Crises: The Dynamic of Institutions, Attitudes and Behaviors

This conference aims to gather papers that address the relationship of citizens with the state in established or new democracies, transition countries and hybrid regimes from a variety of viewpoints, including the recent crisis of COVID-19 and Russia's war on Ukraine.

27 maj
28 maj

Ideology in the Service of Empire

The Intellectual Foundations of Putinism The workshop aims to re-examine the question of the ideational foundations of Putinism, contributing to a critical reconstruction of the regime's intellectual genealogy.

27 maj

Nativism, Avant-garde, Decolonisation

CBEES Advanced Seminar “Nativism, Avant-garde, Decolonisation: Towards the vernacular aesthetics of early-Soviet Georgian cinema” with Dušan Radunović, Associate Professor in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at Durham University

29 maj

Film Seminar on Želimir Žilnik’s “Rani Radovi/Early Works”

The Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) warmly invites you to the Film Seminar on Želimir Žilnik’s film “Rani Radovi/Early Works”.

31 maj

Public defence of doctoral thesis with Karl Katz Lydén

Karl Katz Lydén defends his thesis ”Critique and the Care of the Self: The Economy of Truth and Government in Michel Foucault's Late Work”.

10 jun

Harvest Seminar: Projects funded by the Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies, 2019, 2020

The Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) would like to invite you to the presentation of four finished projects funded by the Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies, with starting year 2019 and 2020

12 jun
14 jun

11th Annual APH Conference

Welcome to the 11th Annual Conference of the Association for Political History: "Political Histories of Conflict: Social Cleavages, Political Ideologies, Clashes of Sovereignty

13 jun
14 jun

Emotion Research in Eastern Europe and the Baltic Region

The conference serves as a collaborative platform, bringing together senior researchers and doctoral students with specialised expertise in emotion research, particularly within Eastern Europe and the Baltic Region.

13 jun

CBEES Distinguished Lecture - June 2024

CBEES invites you to a lecture, The Russo-Ukrainian War Through the Eyes of a Historian , with Serhii Plokhii, the Mykhailo Hrushevsky Professor of Ukrainian History and the director of the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University.

01 jul
05 jul

A “New Security Landscape” in Europe? Challenges and Consequences for Military and Society

The deteriorating security situation in Eastern Europe and across the Baltic Sea region has amplified the need to rethink defence strategies, collaborations, and organisation. Recent years have also seen a shift in many countries’ security and defence policies and practices.

28 nov
29 nov