“Old Love Does Not Rust”: An Exploration of the Baltics in Poetry
M. Lee Alexander, William & Mary
People of the Borderlands
Ugnė Marija Andrijauskaitė
More than just Movies: Baltic Language Learning Film Festival
Heidi Erbsen, University of Tartu
Ignas Maldus (Maldžiūnas)
Borderlands: Stories from the Baltics
Other Grants and Fellowships News
Gustavs Strenga’s New Monograph on Collective Memory in Medieval Livonia Receives AABS Book Publication Subvention
The AABS Board is pleased to announce that Brepols Publishers has been awarded the AABS Book Publication Subvention for publishing “Remembering the Dead: Collective Memory and Commemoration in Late Medieval Livonia.” The book, authored by Latvian historian Gustavs Strenga, highlights the importance of memoria – commemoration of the dead – as a form of collective memory for different groups and institutions in late medieval Livonia (modern day Latvia and Estonia).
Jānis Juzefovičs, Maarja Merivoo-Parro, Charles Perrin, and David Trimbach Awarded AABS 2021 Emerging Scholars Grants
The Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies is pleased to announce that Jānis Juzefovičs, Maarja Merivoo-Parro, Charles Perrin, and David Trimbach have been awarded the 2021–2022 Research Grants for Emerging Scholars.
Oliver Aas, Marija Norkunaite, Liisi Veski, and Laima Vincė to Receive 2021–2022 Dissertation Grants
The Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies is pleased to announce that Oliver Aas, Marija Norkunaite, Liisi Veski, and Laima Vincė have been awarded the 2021–2022 Dissertation Grants for Graduate Students.