Grant Recipients of the GCE Research Dissemination Program In 2021 the Center for Governance and Culture in Europe (GCE-HSG) initiated the research dissemination grant program "Borderland Studies in Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region." The scheme provides funding to support the sharing of academic findings to a broader public. The grant program is a part of the project "Promotion of Cooperation in the Humanities and Social Sciences between Switzerland and the States of the Black Sea Region," funded by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research, and Innovation. We would like to announce the list of projects that were awarded grants this year: "Living on the borderland: a Swiss Village at the Black Sea in a Changing Political Landscape" led by Dr. Elena Simonato (University of Lausanne); "Crossing Physical and Imaginary Border: Crimean Tatar's Return Home" by Dr. Martin-Oleksandr Kisly (Kyiv-Mohyla Academy); "Digital VR Exhibition "The Underground: Lived Religion on the Margins of State and Society" led by Dr. Tatiana Vagramenko (University of Barcelona); "Speaking Greek as Turkish Nationalists: Post-Imperial Heritages, Collective Memory, and Transgressive Afterlives" led by Erol Saglam (Berlin Graduate School of Muslim Cultures and Societies and Istanbul Medeniyet University); "Citizenship & Identity: IDP Dimension" led by Martina Urbinati (ZoiS Berlin); "A world in a Census. Family, Household and Rural Society in 1838" by Dr. Bogdan Mateescu ("Nicolae Iorga" Institute of History, Romanian Academy); "Building Bridges to Break Stereotypes and Prejudices" of the Ukrainian Educational Research Association; "ADAKALE (Hi)STORies - Framing the Lost Paradise and Archiving the Memory of an Island" led by Dr. Silvana Rachieru (University of Bucharest); "(In)Visible Ottoman Heritage in Dobruja: Mapping Muslim Traces in a Borderland Region" led by Dr. Tiberiu Vasilescu (Vasile Parvan Institute of Archaeology, Romanian Academy); Broadcasting from the Forgotten European Borderlands: Carpathian Watershed in the Polyphony of Voices by Dr. Tomasz Kosiek (University of Rzeszow).