Term Courses Instructors
Fall Historiography: Themes in Its History and Approaches to Its Theory Daniel Ziemann
Istvan Rev
Ioana Macrea-Toma
Winter South-East European History in Context: Problems and Debates Roumen Dontchev Daskalov
Fall The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1848-1918). History and Memory András Gerő
Fall, Winter Academic Writing Eszter Timár
Robin Bellers
Fall Advanced German Source Reading in Historiography Carsten L. Wilke
Fall Advanced Hungarian Source Reading in Historiography Miklos Lojko
Fall Advanced Russian Source Reading in Historiography Olga Zaslavskaya
Karl Hall
Winter Arts and Politics: Modernism and Modernity in European Art Ilona Sarmany-Parsons
Fall Central European History in Context: Problems and Debates Maciej Janowski
Winter Cities, the Public Sphere and Scientific Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Europe Katalin Straner
Fall Colloquium: Soviet History Today Karl Hall
Winter Communism and Gender: Historical and Global Perspectives Francisca de Haan
Fall Comparative Approaches to Historical Research Constantin Iordachi
Winter Early Modern Utopianism: State Formation, Fiction, and the Social Sciences Julianne Werlin
Winter East and West of Europe in Comparison: Russia, Ukraine, Poland, France in XVth – XIXth Centuries Mikhail V. Dmitriev
Winter East European History in Context: Problems and Debates Alexei Miller
Winter Empire and Nationalism in Russia and the Soviet Union Alexei Miller
Fall Ethnicity and the State, 18th – 21st Centuries Maciej Janowski
Winter European Labor History in Global Context from the 18th Century to the Present Marsha Siefert
Susan Zimmermann
Winter Everyday Life History In Empire and Beyond Tolga U. Esmer
Winter From Empire to Republic: New Perspectives on the late Ottoman Empire and Early Turkish Republic Noemi Levy-Aksu
Fall Governance and Improvement. State, Society and Legitimacy from the Renaissance through the Enlightenment Laszlo Kontler
Winter Historical Mapping and Geographic Information Systems Viktor Lagutov
Historiography II: Grand Debates in Mediterranean and Southeast European History Tijana Krstić
Winter Historiography II: Grand Debates on Issues of the History of Central Europe Marianne Sághy
Winter History on Film/Film on History – Power Struggle, National Identity, Cultural Memory Gyorgy E. Szonyi
Winter Intellectual Origins of Post-Socialism in East Central Europe: Dissidents, Experts, and Technocrats 1969–2000 Michal Kopeček
Fall Intellectuals and the Great War Karl Hall
MA Thesis Seminar Mike Griffin
MA Thesis Seminar Mike Griffin
Fall MA Thesis Seminar Carsten L. Wilke
MA Thesis Writing Tutorial Zsuzsanna Reed
Winter Making of the Modern Body Emese Lafferton
Winter Max Weber on World Religions Matthias Riedl
Fall Media, Communication and Communism in International Context Marsha Siefert
Winter Modernization and Under-Development in Eastern Europe Roumen Dontchev Daskalov
Winter Negotiating Knowledge in the 13-19th Centuries: From Scholasticism to the Rise of Modern Disciplines Laszlo Kontler
Marcell Sebők
Fall Political Theology – Ancient and Modern Matthias Riedl
György Geréby
Fall Problems and Paradigms in Jewish Studies: How to write on Jewish Subjects Carsten L. Wilke
Fall Race and Science Emese Lafferton
Fall Realism after Socialism: Art, Politics, and Communication in the Soviet Sphere, 1945-present Angelina Lucento
Winter Reforms, Revolutions and Transformations: The “New Europe” since the 1980s Philipp Ther
Winter Religion in the Public Sphere Matthias Riedl
Brett Wilson
Religious Experience and the Metaphysics of the Sacred Philip Goff
Winter Revisiting Communism: Can Economics Help? Janos Matyas Kovacs (IWM Vienna)
Fall Social and Economic History of 20th Century East Central Europe: Comparative Perspectives Bela Tomka
Winter Social History of European Jewry in Comparative Perspective Carsten L. Wilke
Fall Socialist Youth in the 1960s and 1970s Marko Zubak
Winter The Atomic Age Karl Hall
Fall The Budapest-Vienna Special Seminar: Revolution as a historical phenomenon Philipp Ther
Maciej Janowski
Fall The Great War and Its Consequences: One Hundred Years Later Julian Casanova
Winter The Metropolis: A Social and Cultural History Gabor Gyani
Fall The Ottoman Balkans and Its Legacies in Comparative Perspectives Tolga U. Esmer
Winter The Reason of the Clerks: Dilemmas of Intellectual Authority in East Central Europe after 1917 Karl Hall
The Reason of the Clerks: Dilemmas of Intellectual Authority in East Central Europe after 1917 Karl Hall
Fall Topical Survey Course: Empires Tolga U. Esmer
Niels Gaul
Fall Topical Survey Course: Science and Religion Karl Hall
Marianne Saghy
Fall Topical Survey Course: Social Distinctions, An introduction into the historical study of social stratification and inequality Victor Karady
Gerhard Jaritz
Fall Totalitarianism and Mass Politics: Comparative Perspectives on Fascism and Communism Constantin Iordachi
Winter Women, Medicine, and Science Emese Lafferton
Fall Women’s and Gender History: An Introduction to Theory, Methods and Archives Francisca de Haan
Fall Words and Images. The Idea of History and the Mediality of Culture György Szőnyi