The History Department is a thriving part of Central European University (CEU), the only transnational, English-language graduate school in Europe that is accredited both on the Continent (in Hungary) and in the United States. The transnational academic environment challenges our faculty and students to study the past and present using the most innovative methodologies and theoretical frameworks from a global perspective, and to work closely together and learn from one another in order to produce new knowledge and ground-breaking research. Our department brings together related teaching units (Medieval Studies Department, the Nationalism Studies Program) and research centers (Open Society Archives, Pasts, Inc., Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies, the Center for Religious Studies and the Jewish Studies Program). Read more...
"Ambiguities of Liberalism in the Interwar Central Europe"--the Czech, the Austrian and the Slovene National Liberal Heirs, 1918-1934
Veronika Lipphardt (Freiburg): Races, clines, populations, isolates, ancestry? A science studies perspective on geneticists’ attempts to handle human genetic variation