We are pleased to add to our interdisciplinary research profile by regularly welcoming international guests and their research projects to the Institute. Research at the Institute for East European Studies covers the regions Eastern Europe, East-Central Europe and Southeast Europe. On the one hand, this relates to the historical, cultural, political and economic development and current definition of the region. Differences and similarities, particularly in relation to Western Europe, are analyzed from comparative, interregional and transcultural perspectives. On the other hand, research at the Institute for East European Studies analyzes inner regional specifics of individual politically, culturally and economically defined sub regions.
Fellow WS 2016/17 - SoSe 2017
Fellow im Fachbereich Recht
Forschungsprojekt: "Gulag Legacies: Prison Reform, Violence and Social Order in Post-Soviet Lithuania, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan"