The IRTG “Baltic Borderlands” itself is an international collaborative project designed to establish enduring cooperation between the universities of Greifswald, Lund and Tartu.
The IRTG further seeks to develop additional forms of middle- and long-term institutionalised cooperation with partners in Europe and beyond. The firm interdisciplinary and international approach of the IRTG is mirrored in these collaborative projects whose participants cover a wide array of scientific and cultural backgrounds. The implementation of the projects ensures that the research conducted in the IRTG is firmly connected to the international scientific community and its dynamics and innovations and also giving input to the contemporary developments in research on borders and borderlands.
Dr. Alexander Drost
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"Hedwig Eleonora and the Legacy of Christina in Sweden in the Later Seventeenth Century"
Ort: HS 2, Rubenowstr. 1
"Die Nation als spezifisch europäisches Phänomen"
Ort: HS 1, Rubenowstr. 1
Studia Maritima Volume XXV, Szczecin 2012 with articles from Stefan Herfurth, Andreas Hohn, Odeta Mikstaite, Matthias Müller, Manja Olschowski, Stefanie Otte, Olga Sasunkevich, Stefan Striegler and Kord-Henning Uber