Series » Eastern Europe » Interdisziplinäre Studien zum östlichen Europa
Edited by Thomas Daiber, Andrea Garwich, Peter Haslinger, Reinhard Ibler, Stefan Rohdewald and Monika Wingender
This series offers a wide forum for interdisciplinary investigations of topics relating to Eastern Europe. It reflects the research profile of the Giessen Center for Eastern European Studies (GiZo), founded in 2006. The Centers work is characterized by methodological diversity and approaches in cultural studies related to the present, and treating Eastern Europe as a space of cultural communication and exchange.
This interdisciplinary book series includes analyses of Eastern Europe that offer both in-depth historical investigations as well as explorations of contemporary developments. The series regional profile covers East-Central, South-East and Eastern Europe, as well as the Turkic-speaking regions of the former Soviet Union. We welcome works that explore interdisciplinary themes relating to Eastern Europe in the fields of language, literature and historical studies as well as in political science. This series publishes works in various formats, including dissertations, other monographs and conference proceedings.
Prof. Dr. Monika Wingender