Ian Cook, PhD Alumnus, and Prem Kumar Rajaram are launching their edited book, Opening Up the University

April 22, 2022

The book and the launch focuses on university access for students who have experienced displacement, what the responses of universities to displaced learners can teach us about the boundaries of academic institutions, and how struggles over access for these students may lead to new openings.

The King of Bangkok has just been named a finalist in the Graphic Novels & Comics category of the 2021 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards.

April 19, 2022

Associate Professor Claudio Sopranzetti's latest book, The King of Bangkok has just been named a finalist in the Graphic Novels & Comics category of the 2021 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards.

Finalists are chosen by the Foreword Reviews editorial team, and winners are chosen by librarians and booksellers across the US. 

PhD candidate, Ferenc Markó's most recent article was published in Social Analysis 65/4

April 11, 2022

Ferenc Markó, PhD candidate in Sociology and Social Anthropology works on citizenship in South Sudan. His latest article appeared in Social Analysis 65/4 (Berghahn): “Given names and Lived Closeness. Kinship Measurement in the South Sudanese Citizenship Office” 

Dorit Geva Discusses President Macron's visit to Hungary on TRT Word

December 14, 2021

Professor Dorit Geva from CEU’s Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology gave expert commentary on the recent visit of President Macron to Hungary on TRT World Television’s flagship show The Newsmakers.

Co-authored article from our 2-year MA student, Vicky Panossian

December 7, 2021

Congratulations to Vicky Panossian’s (2year MA program) most recent (co-authored) publication
“The Subtle Case of Beirut. Translingualism in the English-Medium Undergraduate Literature Classroom” just appeared as part of an edited volume with Routledge. (