2016 AABS Conference | Philadelphia
Global, Glocal, and Local:
Distinction and Interconnection in the Baltic States
Download the final program here.
The 2016 AABS conference will explore the independence, dependence, and interconnections of Baltic states, peoples, and communities across time and space in multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary perspective. It will uncover the distinctive, hybrid, and globalized features of culture, politics, economics, history, language, and other aspects of life in the Baltic countries.
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2016 AABS Sponsors
AABS thanks our Platinum Sponsors for their support of the 2016 conference in Philadelphia!
Foreign Policy Research Institute
John J. Medveckis, Honorary Consul of Latvia in Philadelphia
Philadelphia Society of Free Letts
University of Pennsylvania Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
University of Pennsylvania Perry World House
University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences
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