Ineta Dabašinskienė

Vytautas Magnus University

Dr. Ineta Dabašinskienė is Professor of Linguistics at the Department of Lithuanian Studies and Head of the Research Centre for Multilingualism at Vytautas Magnus University. Her research interests include, but are not limited to language policy and multilingualism, monolingual and bilingual language acquisition, heritage language, language education, as well as grammar and pragmatics of spoken language. As an internationally recognized researcher, she has published and co-edited numerous research studies and a number of scholarly articles in Lithuanian and international scientific journals; Prof. Dabašinskienė is also a member of editorial boards of several national and international scientific journals, and participates in the activities of various scientific associations and professional organizations.

Ugnė Vaičiulytė

Vytautas Magnus University

Ugnė Vaičiulytė is Head of International Programmes at the Faculty of Humanities at Vytautas Magnus University. She also organises the Lithuanian language and culture summer/winter courses.

Ugnė holds a B.A. in Scandinavian Languages and Cultures and an M.A. in Modern Linguistics. She has taught Swedish language and culture and Scandinavian linguistics courses and continues to lecture on Lithuanian as a foreign language at Vytautas Magnus University.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE (Vytautas Magnus University)
  • Ugnė Vaičiulytė
  • Greta Garnytė
  • Žydrūnė Žemaitytė-Kviklienė
  • Miglė Munderzbakaitė
  • Mindaugas Norkevičius
  • Violeta Kalėdaitė
  • Loreta Valantiejienė
  • Kateryna Horiunova
  • Tomas Mickevičius
  • Vitalija Kasperavičiūtė
  • Skirmantė Gribkauskienė
  • Simona Jakaitė

Questions about the conference?

The 15th Conference on Baltic Studies in Europe (CBSE), “Turning Points: Values and Conflicting Futures in the Baltics,” is organized by the Vytautas Magnus University (Kaunas, Lithuania), in cooperation with the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies (AABS).