This two-day conference intends to address the historical perspectives and current key narratives surrounding the teaching of languages, linguistics, and area studies. More...
These two linked workshops will constitute a major ‘state of the field’ discussion on Area Studies, in general, and East European studies, in particular. More...
I congratulate SSEES on its many achievements and it is with pleasure that I invite SSEES friends, new and old, to celebrate its centenary in 2015.
UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies
(SSEES) is celebrating its
centenary this year. One hundred years after Tomáš
Garrigue Masaryk, who later became the first President of Czechoslovakia,
delivered the lecture that inaugurated the School, we now stand as a
world-leading institution specialising in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern
Europe, Russia and the former Soviet Union.
These pages celebrate our achievements, looking both back and forward at SSEES’s success. A host of events will commemorate the occasion, aimed to reflect the diversity of the School’s activities and the countries of the SSEES region.
Misleading Cases in the Customary Law: The Pertinacious Litigant and Central Europe
In the modern period, customary law became one of the markers of Central Europe's supposed backwardness and, paradoxically, also a symbol of national prestige and uniqueness. Martyn Rady's inaugural lecture for the Masaryk Chair of Central European History. Listen to the lecture >
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