Since the establishment of LSEE - Research on South Eastern Europe in September 2009, they have endeavoured to maintain an interesting and varied programme of public events both here at the LSE and in the region. This page is updated throughout the year with fresh announcements.
For more details about LSEE Events please visit their Events Homepage
Michaelmas Term 2014
Wednesday 15th October 2014, 18.00 - 19.30
Canada Blanch Room (COW 1.11), First Floor, Cowdray House, LSE
Book Launch: False Apocalypse
LSEE Research on SEE and Istros Books, with the support of English PEN and the Anglo-Albanian Association, present the book launch of Fatos Lubonja's "False Apocalypse: From Stalinism to Capitalism". The event will be followed by a reception.
Monday 27th October 2014, 18.00 - 19.00
Venue to be confirmed to ticketholders
A lecture by the Serbian Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić
Tickets will be released on Monday 20 October at this link.
Visiting Speaker Programme
The LSEE Visiting Speaker Programme is a regular series of research seminars aimed at bringing research and scholarship by academics, policy professionals and other South Eastern Europe experts to a wider audience.
The Visiting Speaker Programme attracts researchers and specialists from the UK, Europe and South Eastern Europe, covering a broad range of topics.
Venue: Canada Blanch Room (COW 1.11), First Floor, Cowdray House, Portugal Street, LSE, London WC2A 2AE
Time: 18:00 - 19:30
Tuesday 7th October 2014
Cultures of Democracy in Serbia & Bulgaria - How Ideas Shape Politics
Dr James Dawson, University College London
Tuesday 21th October 2014
Political Orientations and Internal Power-Struggles within the Nationalist Movement in Kosovo, 1968-2008
Dr Gëzim Krasniqi, SSEES-University College London
Tuesday 4th November 2014
Political Economy of Unemployment in the Western Balkans
Dr Mihail Arandarenko, Belgrade/LSE
Tuesday 18th November 2014
The 2013 Belgrade-Pristina Normalization Agreement - What has it delivered?
Dr Joanna Hanson, LSE
Tuesday 2nd December 2014
TBC (Seminar details to be announced soon)
Dr John O'Brennan, NUI Maynooth