The musical lecture took the audience through time, presenting the European music of centuries.
Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, several of the key players gathered at CEU’s Vienna campus to discuss the events of 1989.
The event featured lectures by University Professor Laszlo Csaba at CEU’s Department of International Relations and by economist Eva Palocz.
It has been almost thirty years since the collapse of communism in Europe. What were the preconditions for success?
What are the archaeological mysteries of Pilis and what tools are being used to discover them?
CEU formally began its 2019/20 Academic Year on September 13, welcoming students, faculty, staff and distinguished guests with an Opening Ceremony at CEU’s Budapest campus.
CEU graduated 559 students and awarded the Open Society Prize to Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz at its 28th graduation ceremony.
CEU’s Critical Approaches to Romani Studies conference is the largest annual gathering of Roma scholars worldwide.
The acclaimed author recently spoke at CEU’s Reasons for Hope lecture series.