AY 2015/2016

  • Balázs Trencsényi
    “Critique, Dissent, Revolution: An Introduction to Critical Political Thought” (4 credits, Fall)


  • Alexander Astrov
    “What Is Diplomacy?" (4 credits, Fall)
  • András Bozóki
    "Analyzing Democracy"(2 credits, Winter)
  • András Bozóki and Zsolt Czigányik 
    “Utopia and Ideology” (4 credits, Fall)
  • Zsolt Czigányik
    "Utopian and Political Literature" (2 credits, Winter)
  • Nenad Dimitrijevic
    “Constituent Power” (4 credits, Fall)
    "Constitutionalism and Democracy" (4 credits, Winter)
  • György Geréby
    “Late Antique and Medieval Political Theology" (2 credits, Fall)
  • Philip Goff
    "Tax and Social Justice" (2 credits, Winter)
  • Karl Hall
    “The Reason of the Clerks” (4 credits, Fall)
  • Constantin Iordachi
    "Social History of Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes, 1918-1945" (2 credits, Fall)
  • János Kis
    “Theory of Justice I” (2 credits, Fall)
    “Theory of Justice II” (2 credits, Winter)
  • László Kontler
    “Governance and Improvement. State, Society and  Legitimacy from the Renaissance through the  Enlightenment” (4 credits, Fall)
  • László Kontler and Marcell Sebők
    "Inventing Humanity. History, Anthropology, Politics, Representation (16th-19th centuries)" (2 credits, Winter)
  • Volker Menze and Gina White
    “Tu regere imperio populos, Romane, memento:  Roman Ideology and Roman Rule”
    (2 credits, Fall)
  • Zoltán Miklósi
    “Foundations of Political Philosophy”  (2 credits, Fall)
    Cosmopolitanism and Global Justice" (4 credits, Fall)
  • Andres Moles
    “Modern Political Thought” (2 credits, Winter)
  • Hadley Z. Renkin
    "Re-imagining Social Movements: Activism, Resistance, and Cultural Change"
    (4 credits, Winter)
  • Simon Rippon
    "The Ethics of Government Propaganda" (2 credits, Fall)
  • Balázs Trencsényi
    "The Political Languages of Anti-Modernism" (4 Credits, Winter)
  • Gina White
    "Classical Republicanism in Theory and Practice" (2 credits, Fall)
  • Daniel Ziemann
    “The Formation of Political and Ecclesiastical theory: From Cicero to Erasmus”
    (4 credits, Winter)