UCL SSEES

School of Slavonic & East European Studies


SSEES students in Krakow library
SSEES students in Krakow library

UCL SSEES is one of the world's leading institutes specialising in Central, Eastern, South-Eastern Europe, Russia and Eurasia. Our faculty are uniquely distinguished in their research, teaching and professional activities and we offer distinctive BA, MA and PhD programmes in: Economics & Business, History, Languages & Culture, and Politics & Sociology. SSEES also leads the inter-university Centre for East European Language Based Area Studies (CEELBAS), the International Masters in Economy, State, and Society (IMESS), participates in the FP7 network project, ANTICORRP and runs the UCL Mellon Programme.

In 2015, SSEES is celebrating its centenary. A range of events and celebrations are taking place, further details of which can be found on our Centenary webpages.


News

LGBT Eastern European Seminar

Videos from the Central and Eastern European LGBT migrants in London conference now available

On 15th January 2015, SSEES hosted a seminar concentrating on Central and Eastern European LGBT migrants in London. The full debate is now available to view on YouTube.
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Published: Feb 19, 2015 3:19:23 PM

Doctorate Awarded

Congratulations to Anna Rebmann for her successful defence of “Essays on entrepreneurship, high growth firms and institutions”. Anna was supervised by Julia Korosteleva and Tomasz Mickiewicz. The examiners were Elodie Douarin (UCL SSEES) and Susanna Khavul (University of Texas at Arlington/London School of Economics).  More...

Published: Feb 16, 2015 1:00:42 PM

Events

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Call for Papers: Achievements and Challenges for the Emerging Economies of Central Europe

Invitation for proposals to the Economics and Business Conference at UCL SSEES on 22 - 24 June 2015 More...

Starts: Feb 25, 2015 12:00:00 AM

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Platform Ukraine February Workshop

Identity has been called a powerful and inescapable theme in our age. Identity, whether national, regional, religious or cultural, gains its value from demarcation; it is something that separates us from others. Identity has become fundamental in political discourse – yet, it remains vague. Memory and narrative are central to the construction of identities – from collective myths to national symbols. More...

Starts: Feb 26, 2015 6:30:00 PM