AABS 2024 in New Haven

The 29th Biennial AABS Conference

The Baltic Way: Unity and Giving Aid

June 13–16, 2024

Co-hosted by Yale University and the University of New Haven

Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania have for over the past century shown the benefits of shared action and solidarity. The three states sought recognition of their independence following World War I, and following World War II – through the years of Soviet occupation – they maintained that recognition through collaborative efforts. In recent decades the joint efforts of their peoples were seen in the peaceful Baltic Way demonstration in August 1989 when Balts joined hands from Tallinn to Vilnius across a distance of 600 kilometers, and in the three countries’ together joining NATO in 2004. Today, the three Baltic countries are leading the world in per capita aid to Ukraine after Russia’s invasion in February 2022. 

Gathering at the 29th biennial conference of the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies (AABS), to be held on the campus of Yale University on June 13-16, 2024, will be hundreds of people dedicated to the study of the peoples and lands around the Baltic Sea. The conference features panels from all fields of the humanities and social sciences, education, technology, transnational security, safety, and well-being. The conference draws attention to the larger shared space throughout the Baltic Sea region as well as to the role the peoples of the Baltic are playing on an all-European and global scale. The conference is co-hosted by Yale University and the University of New Haven.

AABS 2024, June 13-16, 2024, Yale University
AABS 2024, June 13-16, 2024, Yale University
AABS 2024, June 13-16, 2024, Yale University

Thank you to our generous donors!

Platinum Supporters

Stanford University Libraries
University of New Haven

Gold Supporters

Rotalia Foundation

Bronze Supporters

Petras Kaufmanas
Toivo Raun
Uldis Kārlis Sīpols
Rein Taagepera

Supporters

Egidijus Balandis
Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture
Liucija Baskauskas
John Gunars Berzins
Vita Bite
Irena Blekys
Astrida R. Blukis Onat
Inta Carpenter
Janis Chakars
Barbara Conaty
Liisi Esse
Agu R. Ets
Sándor Földvári
Joseph Grikis
Paul Kabaila
Harald Koht
Žydronė Kolevinskienė
Ramunas Kondratas
Linas Kontrimas
Mara Lazda
John Lotsys
Albinas Lukosevicius
Liga Ozolina
Vytautas Pakalnis
Viktoria Skrupskelis
Birute Slezas
Guntis I. Smidchens
Saulius A. Suziedelis
Amanda Swain
Piotr Szaulys
Kristīne Ziediņa

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