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Advanced Academia Programme

2009-2019

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.

Current Fellows

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. 

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10Nov

CAS Guest Lecture Series

Prof. Wolfgang Höpken will give a talk on the topic: "Power, Political Order and Everyday Life in the Balkans: From Post-Ottoman Nation States to Post-Socialist Democracies" on 10 November 2016 (Thursday) at 16:30h at CAS conference hall.
17Nov

Fellow Seminar

Dr. Tom Junes will present his research proposal on the topic: "Student Protest in Bulgaria Revisited: The University Occupation Strikes and the Anti-government Rallies of 2013-2014" on 17 November 2016 (Thursday) at 16:30h at CAS Conference Hall.
29Nov

Discussion at CAS

CAS Sofia will host a discussion on the topic "Laws in a Legal and Social Context: Before and Now" on Tuesday, November 29, at 18:00h. at the conference room of the Center on 7B Stefan Karadja Str.,floor 2.
01Dec

Fellow Seminar

Dr. Sarolta Klenjansky will present her research proposal on the topic: "Cooperation of Hungarian and Bulgarian Cities and Departments with the Capitalist West during the Cold War" on 1 December 2016.
15Dec

Fellow Seminar

Dr. Nadezhda Alexandrova will present her research proposal on the topic: "Love and Violence: Literary Transmissions of the Image of the Janissaries among the non-Muslim Communities across the Ottoman Empire in the 19th c." on 15 December 2016.
31Jan

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