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Nordeuropa-Insititut Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Master in Baltic Sea Region Studies

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OSTSEE-KOLLEG BERLIN
BALTIC SEA SCHOOL BERLIN
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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Nordeuropa-Institut
Ostsee-Kolleg
Unter den Linden 6
D – 10099 Berlin

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Hegelplatz 2
Haus 3, Raum 222
10117 Berlin
(S- und U-Bahn Friedrichstr.)

E-Mail
ostseekolleg@rz.hu-berlin.de

Master-Graduates

 

David Beffert (USA)
Bachelor at the University of South Dakota Vermillion; Subjects: Political Science, German; Field of interest: The political and cultural aspects of Baltic Sea State's identity as seen through the eyes of its scholars and authors

Master Thesis: Perceptions of the Hanse.
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen, Dr. Reinhold Wulff.


Tina Boisen (Denmark)
Bachelor at the University of Copenhagen; Subjects: History, Danish; field of interest: National and common identity of the Baltic Sea countries

Master thesis: Scandinavian Cooperation.
Supervisors: Dr. Nils Erik Forsgaard, Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen.


Luisa Donsì (Italy)
Studies at the Istituto Universitario Orientale of Naples; Subjects: Finish language, Literature

Master Thesis: German Perspectives on the North.
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen, Dr. Stephan Michael Schröder.


Mette Margaret Elf (Denmark)
Bachelor at the University of Copenhagen; Subject: Political Science; Field of Interest: Firstly: Which are the meaningful subjects for cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region in the framework of the new and enlarged European Union? Secondly: Russia - being a part of the Baltic Sea Region and not a member of the European Union

Master Thesis: Danish Politics of Trade in the Baltic Sea Region.
Betreuer: Dr. Nils Erik Forsgaard, Prof. Dr. Lise Lyck (Copenhagen Business School ).


Laura Indriliunaite (Lithuania)
Bachelor at the University of Vilnius; Subjects: International Relations and Political Science; Field of interest: The Baltic Sea Region and EU relations; Interaction of the regionalisation processes; The Northern Dimension of the CFSP

Master Thesis: The Regional Policy of the EU and it's Impact on the Processes of Regionalism.
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen, Dr. Martin Nagelschmidt.


Ede Jaanso (Estonia)
Bachelor at the university of Tartu; Subjects: Business Administration, Politics; Field of interest: Migration and national identity

Master Thesis: Migration in the Baltic Sea Area.
Supervisors: Dr. Nils Erik Forsgaard, Prof. Dr. Ella Johanson.


Ignas Jonynas (Lithuania)
Degrees at the University of Vilnius and the Central European University Budapest; Subjects: International and EU Law; Field of interest: Human rights and law

Master Thesis: The Commissioner of the Council of the Baltic States.
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen, Dr. Nils Erik Forsgaard.


Marija Krilova (Latvia)
Bachelor at the Latvian Academy of Culture; Subjects: Communication Studies, Sociology of Culture and Public Relations; Field of interest: Communication, gender, narratives, identity, ideology

Master Thesis: The Construction of Youth in Latvia SSR: The Case Study of Riga Film studio movies (1950-60ies).
Supervisors: Dr. Nils Erik Forsgaard, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vita Zelce (University of Latvia).


Olga Lachkoul (Russia)
Bachelor at the St. Petersburg State University; Subject: Foreign Affairs; Field of interest: European integration and democracy problems in Europe.

Master thesis: The Principle of Democtratic Representation.
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Uffe Jakobsen. (University Copenhagen).


Frederik Lassen (Germany)
Bachelor at the King's College London; Subject: History

Master thesis: Different Shades of Green - Green Parties in Germany, Sweden and the Baltic Sea Region.
Supervisors: Dr. Nils Erik Forsgaard, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Uffe Jakobsen (University Copenhagen).


Lauri Lepik (Estonia)
Estonian diplomat on leave of absence. Field of interest: Transatlantic and regional security policy

Master thesis:The Nordic-Baltic Defence Cooperation in mid 1990'ies.
Supervisors: Dr. Nils Erik Forsgaard, Dr. Andres Kasekamp (University Tartu).


Sergey Naumkin (Russia)
Degrees at the universities of St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad; Subjects: Economy, Law, Ship Building; Field of interest: Human Rights, Kaliningrad and EU relations; Security and peacekeeping in the Baltic Sea Region

Master thesis: Possibility of Kaliningrad Integration in to Single European Space.
Supervisors: Dr. Nils Erik Forsgaard, Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen.


Rasmus Rydahl (Denmark)
Bachelor at the University of Copenhagen; Subject: International Affairs; Field of interest: The security dimension of the Baltic Sea Region with regards to the possibility of a further integration of Russia in the regional security efforts; The importance of the Kaliningrad question to the future stability of the region.

Master thesis: Political and Economical Developments in the Baltic Countries after the Cold Ware.
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen, Assoc. Prof., Dr. Uffe Jakobsen (University Copenhagen).