Courses

Term Courses Instructors
Feminist Literary Studies Vera Eliasova
Fall The Middle East in the Age of Nationalism & Imperialism (1798 -1922) Dr. Hazal Papuccular
Foundations of Gender Studies II Hyaesin Yoon
Fall A Disintegrated Integration: The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1848-1918) András Gerő
Fall Academic Writing I. Robin Bellers
Eszter Timár
Academic Writing Part I Andrea Kirchknopf
David Ridout
Sanjay Kumar
Academic Writing Part II – Thesis Development Andrea Peto
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 Olga Zaslavskaya
Karl Hall
Advanced Topics in Gender Studies MA (“M”) Jasmina Lukic
Fall An Introduction into European Gender History Francisca de Haan
Gerhard Jaritz
Anthropology of the Erotic Other Hadley Z. Renkin
Fall Approaches to Urban History and Culture Katalin Straner
Capitalism and Gender in the Neoliberal Era Andrew Ryder
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 CC + Tutorial: The Renaissance: Culture, Institutions, Representations Gyorgy E. Szonyi
Commodification of the Human Body (P) Judit Sandor
Critical Interdisciplinary Approaches to Doing Research in Gender Studies (“M”) Jasmina Lukic
Critical Policy Studies (P) Sara Meger
Fall Critique, Dissent, Revolution: An Introduction to Critical Political Thought Balázs Trencsényi
Discourse Analysis (“M”) Erzsébet Barát
Fall Ethnogenesis, Nation, Nation-Building. New Developments in Historical Research. Balázs Trencsényi
Feminism and Masculinities Erzsébet Barát
Feminist Biopolitics and Cultural Practice Hyaesin Yoon
Foundations in Gender Studies I Dominika Gruziel
Foundations in Gender Studies I Andrea Peto
Foundations of Gender Studies II Hadley Z. Renkin
Gender and International Development (P) Sara Meger
Gender and Nationalism Elissa Helms
Gender and Sexuality in Education (P) Dorottya Rédai
Gender, Sexuality, and the Non/Human Hyaesin Yoon
Gendered Memories of the Holocaust Andrea Peto
Fall Governance and Improvement. State, Society and Legitimacy from the Renaissance through the Enlightenment Laszlo Kontler
Fall Historical Mapping and Geographic Information Systems Viktor Lagutov
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 Introduction to History and Sociology of Science Karl Hall
Emese Lafferton
Introduction to Queer Theory Eszter Timár
Making of the Modern Body Emese Lafferton
Fall Media, Communication and Communism in International Context Marsha Siefert
Neo-Victorian Cultures Andrea Kirchknopf
On Love in the 20th Century: the Politics of Sexuality and Intimacy Irina Costache
Fall Ph.D. TUTORIAL I Marsha Siefert
Postcolonial Theory, Gender, and Cinema László Strausz
Qualitative Research Methods (M) Elissa Helms
Re-imagining Social Movements: Activism, Resistance, and Cultural Change (P) Hadley Z. Renkin
Fall Reason and Revelation Aziz Al-Azmeh
Matthias Riedl
Fall Reason of the Clerks Karl Hall
Research Methods: Oral History (“M”) Andrea Peto
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
The Nature of Performativity Eszter Timár
The Sexuality/Gender Intersection Erzsébet Barát
Thesis Writing Workshop Group 1, 2 – 4 Francisca de Haan
Thesis Writing Workshop Group 3, 4 Francisca de Haan
Women's and Gender History: An Introduction to Theory, Methodology and Archives (M) Francisca de Haan