Courses

Term Courses Instructors
Fall From Atatürk to Erdoğan: Political History of Modern Turkey Brett Wilson
Fall The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1848-1918). History and Memory András Gerő
Fall The Soviet Experiment From Lenin to Stalin: Comparative and Entangled Perspectives Alexandr Voronovici
Winter Communism and Gender: Historical and Global Perspectives Francisca de Haan
Fall Consumption and Consumer Culture under Capitalism and Socialism Oana Adelina Stefan
Eastern Christians in the Ottoman Empire, 14th-18th Centuries Tijana Krstić
Fall Everyday Life History In Empire and Beyond Tolga U. Esmer
Fall Foundations I: Religion and State (Lecture) Aziz Al-Azmeh
Fall Gender, Medicine and Science Emese Lafferton
Fall Global Comparisons: Russia and the Ottoman Empire, 1453-1839. Jan Hennings
Tijana Krstić
Fall Historical Mapping and Geographic Information Systems Viktor Lagutov
Fall Intellectuals and the Great War Karl Hall
Interdisciplinary Methods of Comparative History Jan Hennings
Fall Laws of War: Making and Breaking, Judging and Showing Vladimir Petrovic
Fall Media, Communication and Communism in International Context Marsha Siefert
Fall Political Modernities and Nation-Building in Central and Southeast Europe: Texts and Contexts Balázs Trencsényi
Fall Race and Science Emese Lafferton
Fall Religion and Political Thought: Europe 1200-1700 - lecture Matthias Riedl
Fall Religion and Political Thought: Europe 1200-1700 - Reading Seminar Matthias Riedl
Fall Revolutions and Civil Wars in the Twentieth Century: a comparative analysis Julián Casanova
Fall Science and Religion - Topical Survey Karl Hall
Fall The Artist as an Agent of History. From Symbolic Politics to Visual Activism Edit Andras
Fall Totalitarianism and Mass Politics: Comparative Perspectives on Fascism and Communism Constantin Iordachi
Fall Visual Culture - Topical Survey Gyorgy E. Szonyi
Gerhard Jaritz
Fall Yugoslavia: Wars, Crimes, Trials Vladimir Petrovic