Welcome to AABS

The Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies

The AABS promotes research and education in Baltic Studies by sponsoring meetings and conferences, supporting publications, sustaining a program of scholarships, grants, and prizes, and disseminating news of current interest in Baltic Studies.

Apply now: AABS Grants and fellowships

The AABS is now accepting proposals for Birnitis, Grundmanis, Saltups, Emerging Scholars, and Dissertation grants and fellowships for academic year 2021-2022.

Awards: $4,000–$21,000

Deadline: February 1, 2021

Upcoming Conference

CBSE 2021

June 3–5, 2021

Uppsala, Sweden

Latest Conference News

AABS 2020 Conference Student Travel Grants

AABS is accepting applications for 2020 Conference Student Travel Grants. Currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students who have been accepted to present at the 2020 AABS Conference at...

Announcements

Call for Proposals: Baltic Studies Teaching and Learning Workshop

Call for Proposals: Baltic Studies Teaching and Learning Workshop

Baltic Studies Teaching and Learning Workshop April 16th-18th, 2021 Wingate University, Wingate, NC (USA)Working on a new project? Thinking about a new course you would like to teach? Looking for some feedback on the first chapter of a book? Join us this April for the...

Journal of Baltic Studies 51/3 Available Now

Journal of Baltic Studies 51/3 Available Now

The third 2020 issue of Journal of Baltic Studies (Vol 51, Issue 3) is now available online. The special issue Entangled Cultures in the Baltic Region contains articles on David Hilchen’s correspondence with humanists from the Low Countries; the model of entanglement...