Publications

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Working Papers of the Second International Congress of Belarusian Studies

In October 2013, the working papers of the 2nd International Congress of Belarusian Studies came out of print. The Congress took place in Kaunas, Lithuania, on 28-30 September 2012 and brought together some 400 scholars from various countries of the world. more…

Event Reports | October 8, 2013

Belarus and its Neighbors: Historical Perceptions and Political Constructs

Conference Papers

Shortly before March 2013 conference at the Łazarski University, a book of papers of the previous international conference on Belarusian issues was published. The conference “Belarus and its Neighbors: Historical Perceptions and Political Constructs” was held at the Łazarski University’s Institute of Civic Space and Public Policy on December 9 to 11, 2011. The event gathered researchers from Belarus and other countries. more…

Event Reports | February 28, 2013

Exhibition "Unknown Belarusian National Republic" in Prague

An exhibition highlighting newly-discovered historical material provides a fascinating glimpse into the lives of Belarusian activists and their efforts to establish an independent Belarusian National Republic. The exhibition "Unknown Belarusian National Republic" curated by EHU scholars opened at the Slavonic Library of the Czech National Library in Prague on January 17, 2013. Research, translation, and presentation of the archival material for the exibition was supported by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) and the Lithaunian Central State Archive in 2012. more…

Event Reports | January 21, 2013

Working Papers of the First International Congress of Belarusian Studies

In September 2012, the working papers of the 1st International Congress of Belarusian Studies came out of print. The Congress took place in Kaunas, Lithuania, on 23-25 September 2011 and brought together some 200 scholars from various countries of the world. more…

Event Reports | September 17, 2012

Unknown Belarusian People’s Republic

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung helped European Humanities University and the Lithuanian Central State Archive to organize an exhibition titled “Unknown Belarusian People’s Republic”, which features the newly discovered historical documents, symbolic of the formation of nationhood in Belarus. more…

Event Reports | March 26, 2012