Summerschools, Kurse u.ä.
21.09.2018 Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe - Institute of the Leibniz Association, in cooperation with National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (NaUKMA) (Ukraine), and Polessky State University, Pinsk (Belarus)
German, English. A knowledge of Russian, Belarussian or Ukrainian is an advantage, but will not be expected.
PhD candidates/scholars who hold a first degree. Open to all fields of study. In particular, it is suited to enthusiasts from the areas of historical science, Slavic studies, social and economic science, ethnology, geography, environmental science as well as land-use and environmental planning.
Call for Papers: [weiterlesen...]
Polesia, a natural and historically distinct landscape [Belarusian: Палессе Paliessie, Ukrainian: Полісся Polissia, Polish: Polesie, Russian: Полесье Poles'e, „woodland“, „land near the forest“] is a region which encompasses one of the last large marshlands and alluvial forests in Europe.