The first Joint PhD Symposium on South East Europe aims to facilitate an exchange of knowledge and ideas by brining together young scholars working on topics related to South East Europe. The Symposium is intended to help graduate-level research students to overcome the academic isolation associated with PhD research, to share their ideas with a wider audience, and to establish collaborative links across disciplines.
The Joint PhD Symposium on South East Europe is co-organised by three University of London institutions:
Centre for the Study of the Balkans, Goldsmiths College
Centre for South East European Studies, SSEES, UCL
LSEE - Research on South East Europe, European Institute, LSE
We welcome contributions from research students focusing on the countries of the former Yugoslavia, Albania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Moldova, Romania and Turkey and working in the following disciplines:
Anthropology and Sociology
Economics and Political Economy
Politics and International Relations
Modern and Contemporary History (including Economic History)
For further information on the Symposium and how to apply, please navigate through the contents of this page.