Guest scholars visit the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies for a certain period and closely work together with IOS researchers on joint Projects.


Marta Kuźma, PhD
Wojskowa Akademia Techniczna Warsaw
Forschungsthema: „Evaluation of metadata of cartographic resources collected in GeoPortOst”
Zeitraum: vom 2. bis 22. März 2020

Dr. Ksenia Maksimovtsova
Postdoctoral Researcher at the Centre for Historical Research, National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg
Forschungsthema: “Is There a New ‛East‐West’ Conflict? The Discourse(s) of Anti‐Russian Sanctions and Counter‐ Sanctions in Russian and American Digital Media“
Zeitraum: 1.–29. März 2020

Mirjam Mencej
Humboldt-Alumni-Stipendiatin, Professorin für “Folklore Studies and Comparative Mythology at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology”,  Universität Ljubljana
Forschungsthema: „Discursive Religious Practices in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Between Church, Ethnic Identity, and Politics”
Zeitraum: vom 5. Februar bis 30. April 2020

Ina Merdjanova, PhD

Ina Merdjanova, PhD
Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin & Centre for Trust, Peace, and Social Relations, Coventry University
Forschungsthema: „Women, Orthodox Christianity and Neo‐Secularization in Bulgaria”
Zeitraum: 13. Februar–12. März 2020

Dr. Matthias Morys

Dr. Matthias Morys
Senior Lecturer am Department of Economics der Universität York (UK)
Zeitraum: 1. Januar bis 30. April.

Marina Vulovic. Bild: IOS/Kurz

Marina Vulovic
DAAD-Stipendiatin, Doktorandin an der Universität Helsinki (Doctoral Programme in Political, Societal and Regional Changes)
Forschungsthema: „The Brussels Dialogue as a Political Contact Zone: From Envisioned Community to Contested Partition”.
Zeitraum: vom 14. Januar bis 12. März 2020