AESC Young Scholars’ Competition: The list of the winners!

AESC is happy to announce the winners of the AESC Young Scholars’ Competition: Tolibjon Mustafoev and Ryan Michael Schweitzer: “Social Resilience in Authoritarian Regimes. Case Study of Civil Society and Democratization in post-Soviet Azerbaijan” Anahit Babayan and Giorgi Labadze: “European Studies in Crisis? Regional Perspectives from the Caucasus” Mariam Bliadze and Yelyzaveta Kochekova: “Pathologies of…

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Experiencing Europeanization in the Black Sea and South Caucasus

European Studies in the Caucasus, Vol.2 Experiencing Europeanization in the Black Sea and South Caucasus Inter-Regionalism, Norm Diffusion, Legal Approximation, and Contestation Edited by Oliver Reisner, Selin Türkeş-Kılıç, and Gaga Gabrichidze. Foreword by Thomas Kruessmann ibidem Press CLICK HERE to purchase The book series European Studies in the Caucasus offers innovative perspectives on regional studies of the…

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AESC Paper Competition

In line with the idea of promoting inter-regional cooperation between the South Caucasus and the neighbouring countries and with the financial support of the EU, AESC is announcing a competition for best scholarly paper under the general title “European Studies in Crisis? Regional Perspectives from the Caucasus”. We are looking for papers which critically reflect…

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AESC President at Armenian Summit of Minds

On 23-24 October, Prof. Thomas Kruessman, the President of the AESC will be participating in a Summit of Minds: Global Transformations in a New Quantum World which takes place in Dilijan, Armenia . The Summit will be opened by the President of Armenia H.E. Armen Sarkissian and the Prime Minister of Armenia, H.E. Nikol Pashinyan.…

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A Call for contributions for book series Vol.3

We’re happy to announce another Call for Contributions for the book series, Volume 3: “The Caucasus in Europe-Asia Connectivity: Strengthening the Caspian Dimension” AESC is the Caucasus’ only regional association of European Studies. It held its Fourth Annual Convention in December 2020 to assess the experience of the Caspian Sea connection with Central Asia for enhancing…

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ProEUCulture: A new collaborative project between AESC and UESA

ProEUCulture in new collaborative project between AESC and the Ukrainian European Studies Association. The Regional Government of Styria (Austria), under grant ABT09-35/2021, is supporting AESC in collaboration with UESA to conduct a comparative study on the impact of cultural festivals in Lvivska oblast (Ukraine) and Kakheti region (Georgia) on the formation of a European identity.…

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