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BALSSI 2015 at University of Pittsburgh

In partnership with Baltic Studies Summer Institute (BALSSI), Pitt will offer intensive Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian at the beginning and intermediate levels in 2015. These 6-credit, 6-week classes run from June 8-July 17, 2015 and provide students with the equivalent of one academic year’s worth of course work. Generous scholarships are available. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; however, students seeking scholarship support must apply by March 6, 2015. To apply, please visit the SLI website.  

2015 Baltic Studies Conference in Europe

Join us for the 11th Conference on Baltic Studies in Europe “Traditions, Transitions, Transfers,” hosted by the Herder-Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe – Institute of the Leibniz-Association in Marburg, Germany on September 6-10, 2015. More information is available on the conference website.  

Benefits of AABS Membership

Being a member of AABS has allowed me to network with colleagues, make connections, and form new friendships with those in the field of Baltic Studies from across the world. The Association has been integral in my progression from graduate student to fledgling academic. It has provided a stimulating and supportive environment in which to pursue research about this fascinating region.

Delaney Michael Skerritt, PhD

Lecturer, University of Tartu, and Research Fellow, Griffith University, Australia

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