Through this independent fellowship programme CAS ensures possibilities for conducting independent research in an international, interdisciplinary environment, without restrictions in the selected areas of study - an approach intended to stimulate excellent scholarship at the highest international level.
EUBORDERSCAPES (Bordering, Political Landscapes and Social Arenas: Potentials and Challenges of Evolving Border Concepts in a post-Cold War World) is a large-scale international research project that investigates and interprets conceptual change in the study of borders, in relation to the fundamental social, economic, cultural and geopolitical transformations that have taken place in the past decades.
In 2016/2017 CAS hosts 18 research fellows from 10 countries in the framework of Advanced Academia programme. Another 6 researchers have been involved in the RAGE project and 8 researchers in the EUBORDERSCAPES project. 19 scholars have been involved in the project European Regions and Boundaries. A Conceptual History.