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The Yale Baltic Studies Program is an interdisciplinary forum for the study of the Baltic Sea region, with an emphasis on the lands that comprise contemporary Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. The program sponsors workshops, symposia, and lectures, and serves as a resource for and liaison among students and scholars whose work involves the Baltic region.

The Program hosts two visiting fellows from the region, appointed after a comprehensive international search held every other year.

The Baltic Studies Program is supported through the generosity of Dr. Kristaps J. Keggi, M.D. (Yale College, 1955); Mr. Juris Padegs (Yale College, 1954); and the family of the late Dr. Joseph Kazickas (Yale PhD 1951).

News

April 10, 2019
Bradley D. Woodworth is Coordinator of Baltic Studies at Yale University and Assistant Professor of History at the University of New Haven. His research interests include the...
March 8, 2019
On March 4th, the Russian and East European Reading group, co-sponsored with the Baltic Studies Program, held the meeting during which Dr. Mindaugas Sapoka, the researcher at...
February 11, 2019
The Program in Baltic Studies of the European Studies Council held a two-day symposium titled “Europe After 1918: Poland, the Baltic Countries, and the United States,” on...