Term Courses Instructors
Winter The Middle East in the Age of Nationalism & Imperialism (1798 -1922) Dr. Hazal Papuccular
Fall (Dis)integration in the Balkans 1912-2012 Vladmir Petrovic
Fall A Disintegrated Integration: The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1848-1918) András Gerő
Fall Academic Writing - 2YMA Eszter Timár
Fall Academic Writing I - 1YMA Robin Bellers
Fall Advanced German Source Reading in Historiography Nadia Al-Bagdadi
Fall Advanced Hungarian Source Reading in Historiography Katalin Straner
Fall Advanced Russian Source Reading in Historiography Yulia Karpova
Karl Hall
Fall An Introduction into European Gender History Francisca de Haan
Gerhard Jaritz
Fall Approaches to Urban History and Culture Katalin Straner
Fall Archives, Evidence and Human Rights Iván Székely
Csaba Szilágyi
András Mink
Fall Cartography and Empires in Early Modern Europe (1400-1800) Madalina Valeria Veres
Fall CC + Tutorial: Cities in the Early Ottoman Balkans Grigor Boykov
Fall Comparative Approaches to Historical Research Constantin Iordachi
Fall Critique, Dissent, Revolution: An Introduction to Critical Political Thought Balázs Trencsényi
Winter East European History in Context: Problems and Debates Alexei Miller
Fall Ethnogenesis, Nation, Nation-Building. New Developments in Historical Research. Balázs Trencsényi
Fall Governance and Improvement. State, Society and Legitimacy from the Renaissance through the Enlightenment Laszlo Kontler
Fall HIST 6013 PhD Academic Writing Tutorial Zsuzsanna Reed
HIST 6013 PhD Academic Writing Tutorial Zsuzsanna Reed
Fall Historical Mapping and Geographic Information Systems Viktor Lagutov
Winter Historiography II: Grand Debates on Issues of the History of Central Europe Marianne Sághy
Fall Historiography: Themes in Its History and Approaches to Its Theory: The historical emergence of issues that concern the present Istvan Rev
Daniel Ziemann
Ioana Macrea-Toma
Winter Imperial Order and Nationalism in Contiguous Empires: A Comparative Perspective Alexei Miller
Winter Interdisciplinary Methods of Comparative History Jan Hennings
Winter Introduction to History and Sociology of Science Karl Hall
Emese Lafferton
Winter Inventing Humanity. History, Anthropology, Politics, Representation (16th-19th centuries) Laszlo Kontler
Marcell Sebők
Winter MA Academic Writing Tutorial - Winter Zsuzsanna Reed
Winter MA Academic Writing Tutorial 1 Zsuzsanna Reed
Spring MA Thesis Writing Tutorial - Spring Zsuzsanna Reed
Fall Mass Atrocities in the Fog of the War Vladimir Petrovic
Spring Master class: The Historian and the Archive Mark Mazower
Fall Media, Communication and Communism in International Context Marsha Siefert
Fall Ph.D. TUTORIAL I Marsha Siefert
Fall PhD Academic Writing Tutorial Zsuzsanna Reed
Fall Reason and Revelation Aziz Al-Azmeh
Matthias Riedl
Fall Reason of the Clerks Karl Hall
Fall Revolutions and Civil Wars in the Twentieth Century: a comparative analysis Julián Casanova
Winter Sense and Sensibility: Topics in Intellectual History of Central and Eastern Europe Karl Hall
Fall Social History of Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes, 1918-1945 Constantin Iordachi
Winter Society, Culture and Identity in Eastern European Borderlands: Ukraine, 1772-1939 Ostap Sereda
Fall Soviet History: A Multinational Approach Charles Shaw
Fall The Renaissance: Culture, Institutions, Representations Gyorgy E. Szonyi
Winter Utopian and Political Literature Zsolt Cziganyik
Fall Women's and Gender History: An Introduction to Theory, Methodology and Archives (M) Francisca de Haan