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Geographical Research On The Balkans

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
National Institute of Geophysics, Geodesy and Geography

Department of Geography

and the

HUN-REN CERS Institute for Regional Studies
(Centre of Excellence of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
Research Group in Small State Geopolitics

cordially invites you to an international seminar on


Norbert Pap DSc in Human Geography, Professor, University of Pécs
Contemporary Balkan studies in Hungary – Introduction of the Research Group

Nadezhda Ilieva PhD in Human Geography, Professor, NIGGG – BAS, Department of Geography
Ethnic geography and demographic tendencies in Bulgaria

Imre Nagy CSc in Human Geography, Professor Emeritus, University of Novi Sad; Research Associate, HUN-REN CERS IRS
Cross-border cooperation programs between Serbia and Bulgaria

Szilárd Rácz PhD in Economics, Senior Research Fellow, HUN-REN CERS IRS
Long-term development processes of Serbian cities from a geoeconomic perspective

Sára Gibárti PhD PhD in Political Science, Research Fellow, HUN-REN CERS IRS
Understanding and addressing the refugee crisis in Greece

Alexandra Herczeg PhD Student, Doctoral School of Earth Sciences, University of Pécs & Máté Kitanics PhD in Human Geography, Research Fellow, University of Pécs
The Mohács Plain and the Mohács Island: geographical names in a multi-ethnic landscape until 1898


Thursday, 18th April 2024   9:30 am

NIGGG – BAS, Department of Geography
(Building 3, Room 101)