Conferences and thematic workshops
The IRTG “Baltic Borderlands” is active in both hosting and participating in conferences and thematic workshops in Europe and all over the world.
The aim is to ensure a comparative perspective that links the research and findings on the Baltic Sea region to maritime and non-maritime regions and borderlands that possess comparable features of regional integration. The vital and frequent scientific exchange between senior and junior researchers from diverse academic cultures fosters the development of innovative research projects and enhances the potential for highly productive future collaboration. Through continuous personal meetings and academic cooperation a network of leading scholars in the participating disciplines could be established that offers various links and contact points for our graduate students and their respective research projects. The possibility to meet experienced scientists in person, present their research in an international environment and get in frequent contact with diverse academic cultures is considered essential for the graduate students to start internationally oriented and successful academic careers.
Dr. Alexander Drost
Tel.: +49 (0)3834 86-3341/-3309
Fax: +49 (0)3834 86-3333
"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