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Lecture series on liberalism, anti-liberalism and the relevance of political thought in the current intellectual dilemmas

February 22, 2017

The Advanced Certificate in Political Thought is organizing a lecture series on political thought. The guest lecturers, Michael Freeden, Niklas Olsen and Jan Werner Mueller, three prominent scholars of the subject will address lectures on liberalism, anti-liberalism and the relevance of political thought in the current intellectual dilemmas. The planned dates for the lectures by J.-W. Mueller and N. Olsen are 28 February, 7.00 pm, and 31 March, respectively, while M. Freeden will have three talks, between 10 and 16 May.

BOOK RELEASE: Hungarian Jews in the Age of Genocide

September 28, 2016


It is our pleasure to announce that Hungarian Jews in the Age of Genocide. An Intellectual History, 1929–1948, a study written by CEU alumnus Ferenc Laczó, has been released. This is the latest title of our book series CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE, published in cooperation with Brill.

Application deadline extended: "Cities and Science: Urban History and the History of Science in the Study of Early Modern and Modern Europe"

February 23, 2016

"Cities and Science: Urban History and the History of Science in the Study of Early Modern and Modern Europe" 

to take place in Budapest, 18-27 July 2016. 

New deadline for applications: 15 March 2016

The new issue of the journal East Central Europe has been published

February 15, 2016

The new thematic issue of the journal East Central Europe, entitled "Historic Jewish Spaces in Central and Eastern European Cities", edited by Erika Szívós and Michael L. MIller, has been published.

Counter-Cultures and Power During State Socialism

February 4, 2016

Within the framework the course "Counter-Cultures and Power During State Socialism -1960-1990" (http://history.ceu.edu/courses/counter-cultures-and-power-during-state-s...) several guest lecturers are invited from all over East Central Europe and their lectures are open to public. All the lectures begin at 3.30 pm on Thursdays at TIGY Room in Nádr. u. 11 building.

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