Europe

‘Religious Organisation and the Legacy of Communism in East-Central Europe’

 

Prof Sabrina Ramet

 

Prof Sabrina Ramet

Prof Sabrina Ramet

The first of two talks from the second day of the BASEES annual conference, Professor Sabrina Remet presents ‘Religious Organisation and the Legacy of Communism in East-Central Europe’.
 

Professor Sabrina P. Ramet is Professor of Political Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. Her expertise lies in the area of central and east European politics and culture and she has published The Three Yugoslavias:  State-building and Legitimation, 1918—2004 (2006) and Civic and Uncivic Values in Macedonia (2013). Professor Ramet is a member of the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences & Letters. 


Towards a Greater Europe: Problems and Paradoxes

Prof Richard Sakwa

Prof Richard Sakwa

Taken from our annual BASEES conference, Professor Richard Sakwa presents his talk 'Towards a Greater Europe: Problems and Paradoxes'

Professor Richard Sakwa is Professor of Russian and East European Politics at the University of Kent. A leading expert on the politics of contemporary Russia, his books include The Crisis of Russian Democracy: The Dual State, Factionalism and the Medvedev Succession (2011), The Quality of Freedom: Khodorkovsky, Putin, and the Yukos Affair (2009) and Russian Politics and Society (4th edn., 2008). Professor Sakwa is a member of the Academy of Social Sciences.