December 13, 2016
"Screening Soviet Nationalities: Kulturfilms from the Far North to Central Asia" (I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd, 2017), by Blinken OSA Research Fellow and CEU alumna (HIST) explores how filmmakers sought to create a cinematic map of the new state by portraying its land and peoples on screen i
December 13, 2016
Three CEU professors and an alumnus presented recently published books dealing with various aspects of Jewish history at a book launch December 6 hosted by the Jewish Studies Program at CEU.
November 29, 2016
CEU Visiting Professor Dean Starkman's book "The Watchdog That Didn't Bark: The Financial Crisis and the Disappearance of Investigative Journalism" was chosen by Stanford's James T. Hamilton as one of the top five tomes on the economics of news.
October 12, 2016
CEU School of Public Policy Professor Martin Kahanec's new book “Labor Migration, EU Enlargement, and the Great Recession” was presented at CEU on October 6. Kahanec's co-editor Klaus F. Zimmermann and one of the contributors, Agnes Hars, joined the panel discussion.
September 5, 2016
Edited by Michaela Kottig, professor of Communication and Conflict Resolution at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Renate Bitzan, professor of Social Sciences at the Technische Hochschule Nurnberg, and Andrea Peto, professor at the Department of Gender Studies at CEU, this book is a systematic consideration of the link between the extreme right and the discourse about developments in regard to gender issues within different national states.
June 13, 2016
Edited by Professor Gerhard Jaritz and Associate Professor Katalin Szende of the Department of Medieval Studies at CEU, Medieval East Central Europe in a Comparative Perspective, draws together the new perspectives concerning the relevance of East Central Europe for current historiography by placing the region in various comparative contexts. The chapters compare conditions within East Central Europe, as well as between East Central Europe, the rest of the continent, and beyond.
February 9, 2016
In this work Erin Kristin Jenne, professor in CEU’s Department of International Relations, asserts that international conflict management is almost never a straightforward case of success or failure. Instead, external mediators may reduce communal tensions at one point but utterly fail at another point, even if the incentives for conflict remain unchanged.
December 14, 2015
Binational cities play a pivotal role in situations of long-term conflict, and few places have been more marked by the tension between intimate proximity and visceral hostility than Jaffa, one of the "mixed towns" of Israel/Palestine.
December 1, 2015
University Professor in the Department of history at CEU Alfred J. Rieber's two recent publications, Stalin and the Struggle for Supremacy in Eurasia and The Struggle for the Eurasian Borderlands, explore the Eurasian borderlands as contested 'shatter zones' which have generated some of the world's most significant conflicts.
December 1, 2015
Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Rome: Conflict, Competition, and Coexistence in the Fourth Century, a volume co-edited by Marianne Saghy, associate professor in CEU’s Department of Medieval Studies, Michele Renee Salzman, professor of ancient history at the University of California and Rita Lizzi Testa, professor of Roman history at the University of Perugia, recounts the findings of the first of two conferences organized by Saghy on the impact of religions and religious change in the ancient world.