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Current Programmes

"How to Teach Europe" Fellowship Programme

2017-2020

The programme targets academics – highly qualified young and established university professors – from (South) Eastern Europe in the social sciences and the humanities to dedicate themselves to research work oriented toward a specific goal: to lend the state-of-the-art theories and methodologies in the humanities and social sciences a pan-European and/or global dimension and to apply these findings in higher education.

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 2017/2018 CAS hosts 19 research fellows from 8 countries in the framework of Advanced Academia programme. Another 6 scholars are involved in the How to Teach Europe in the XXI Century programme and 1 researcher in a new fellowship project, targeting artists from various disciplinary backgrounds.

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News & EventsRSS

09Oct

Opening of the New Academic Year 2017 - 2018

CAS Sofia is pleased to announce the opening of the new Academic Year on 9 October 2017 and welcome its new Fellows under the Advanced Academia Programme. The meeting will begin at 17:30h at the CAS conference hall.
16Nov

Fellow Seminar

Dr. Iuliana Matasova will present her research proposal on the topic: "(Minor) Popular Culture and the Apparatus of Area: The ‘Border’ Work of Ukrainian Female Singer-Songwriters (1990-Present)" on 16 November 2017 (Thursday) at 16:30h at CAS.
30Nov

Fellow Seminar

Dr. Martin Ossikovski will present his research proposal on the topic: "Pre-Miltonian Flashes of the Liberty ‘to Know, to Utter, and to Argue Freely’" on 30 November 2017 (Thursday) at 16:30h at CAS Conference Hall.
07Dec

Fellow Seminar

Dr. Maria Mayerchyk will present her research proposal on the topic: "Inventing “Sexuality”: Capitalism, Nationalism and Ethnologic Knowledge Production in XIX and Beginning of XX Century" on 7 December 2017 (Thursday) at 16:30h at CAS Conference Hall.
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