October 7, 2014
Aleksandra Lis (SOC’12) won 110,000 Euros for her project entitled “Shale gas as a new challenge for Europe: re-thinking the role of expertise in European integration processes” from the National Science Foundation at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The competition category is for young scholars SONATA. For more information, see https://sociology.ceu.hu//node/41621
October 7, 2014
Name: Lilla Nagy Title/Position: Coordinator, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology Number of years at CEU: 4 Home city/town & country: Budapest What’s your favorite Hungarian food? Paprikas csirke Whose works of art or design have had the greatest impression on you? Rembrandt What’s your favorite language, whether you speak it or not? Spanish
September 9, 2014
Ju Li has joined the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology as Assistant Professor. She received her PhD in sociology at Binghamton University in 2012. She brings an expertise on social history, labor, modern China, historical sociology, globalization, critical development studies, and life course. For more information, see https://sociology.ceu.hu//node/41105
August 5, 2014
CEU alumna Rita Csiszar (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 1998/99) is a teacher, linguist, and sociologist. After her “exciting, inspiring and enriching” year at CEU, she did her PhD in Applied Linguistics.”I have spent part of my working life in academia; taking up teaching assignments and working on various research projects in different countries. The most recent one was ELDIA, European Language Diversity for All, at the University of Vienna. My job experience also includes working for NGOs, such as the International Organization for Migration in Budapest.
July 14, 2014
http://veol.hu/devecser/zold-aktivista-vorosiszapos-doktorija-1633613 - Hungarian news portal veol.hu reports: One of the topics of the doctoral dissertation of CEU student Kristof Szombati is the red sludge disaster of 2010. The interview includes discussion about how he got into the green movement, how he became a founding member of the Hungarian political party LMP, and why he chose Devecser as the site of his field work.
April 24, 2014
http://index.hu/belfold/2014/04/24/kiszolgaltatottsag_es_halapenz_a_nogyogyaszatban/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu reports: according to researchers on gratitude money, besides the doctor’s expertise, it is the attitude of the medical staff that matters the most to patients, and that is what many of them would like to influence positively with the help of parasolvency.
March 17, 2014
Milyen érdekek alakítják a városrészek életét alapvetően meghatározó fejlesztési terveket? Kiknek lenne igazán előnyös a Római-parti mobilgát? Kiknek a hangja ér el a városokat vezető politikusokhoz? Mi köze a devizahiteleseknek a Szent Korona-tanhoz és a lakhatási válsághoz? És miért jó, ha hajléktalan emberek egyetemi órák keretében osztják meg tapasztalataikat urbanista hallgatókkal? Magyarul először jelent meg átfogó kötet az ilyen és ezekhez hasonló kérdésekkel foglalkozó kritikai városkutatásról.
November 6, 2013
Angela Kocze, a researcher with CEU's Center for Policy Studies and an alumna of CEU, has been chosen to receive the Ion Ratiu Democracy Award, given by the Woodrow Wilson Center honoring democracy advocates. Kocze is a leading Hungarian Roma rights activist and scholar.
November 6, 2013
October 29, 2013