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- East European Language Trails website launched
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- Videos from the Central and Eastern European LGBT migrants in London conference now available
- Centenary Lecture by Professor Geoffrey Hosking
- PhD Success
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17 January 2014
Congratulations to two SSEES research students who have successfully defended their PhD theses.
Mark Griffiths - ‘Writing the Cityscape: Narratives of Moscow since 1991’. Co-supervisors were Seth Graham and Phil Cavendish.
Erin Marie Saltman - ‘Turning Right: A Case Study on Contemporary Political Socialisation of Hungarian Youth’. Her supervisor was Seán Hanley. Erin Marie is currently working as a researcher on radicalism and extremism at the Quilliam thinktank.