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From the End of History to the Rise of Authoritarian Neoliberalism: The Cases of Hungary, Poland and Russia
Principe’s of Sámi reindeer herding in a modern market economy perspective
Latvia at a Crossroads: The Centenary of the Latvian State
This conference brings together researchers from across Europe and North America and from a variety of different disciplines to facilitate discussion of the social, political, economic and cultural context of Latvia. The network of scholars established by this event will represent the forefront of Latvian studies.
Roundtable discussion "Latvian Elections"
An expert panel consisting of Dr. Matthew Kott (researcher, IRES), Dr. Pēteris Timofejevs Henriksson (Umeå University), and Dr. Ryo Nakai (The University of Kitakyushu) will discuss the context, results, and possible consequences of the recent parliamentary elections in Latvia.
Russia and the Western Far Right
The seminar “Russia and the Western Far Right” will be based on Anton Shekhovtsov’s recently published book under the same title. The seminar will discuss relations between various Russian actors and Western (mostly European) far‐right ideologues, movements and organisations.
NB! As we expect the seminar to attract a large audience, first come-first served principle applies.
Estlandssvenska seminarieserien "Traditionell idrott i estlandssvenska svenskbygder"
Onsdagen den 24 oktober, berättar idrottshistorikern Isak Lidström (Malmö idrottshögskola) om traditionell idrott i estlandssvenska svenskbygder.
‘Hybrid Censorship’ During the ‘Hybrid War’: Freedom of Speech and Expression in the Post-Euromaidan Ukraine
Recently Ukrainian authorities have been criticized by international watchdogs for the decline of freedom of speech and of the media. The issue has split Ukrainian civil society in two parts with one firmly standing for unrestrained freedom of speech, while the other tending to justify the need to protect themselves from the various actors that have increasingly learned how to use (dis)information