Zsófia Lóránd defended her doctoral dissertation at the Department of History in 2015 and was awarded a summa cum laude distinction. The dissertation also received the "Best Dissertation Award 2015" of CEU. Her research interest is the intellectual history of feminism in post-WWII state-socialist Eastern Europe and the conceptual and cultural history of violence and women's rights. Currently, she is a Research Fellow at the Lichtenberg-Kolleg of the Georg August University in Göttingen.
Goran Miljan received his PhD in Comparative History from the Central European University in Budapest where he specialized in the history of World War II in Central and Southeastern Europe. Currently, he is as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the Hugo Valentin Centre, Uppsala University, Sweden.
It is with great pleasure that we are announcing that one of the recipients of the Best Dissertation Award - by the decision of the University Doctoral Committee - for the Academic Year 2017/18 is Eda Guclu. The title of her dissertation is Social Practices of Property in Nineteenth-Century Istanbul, her Supervisor is Tolga Esmer.
Roger Griffin and Constantin Iordachi, “Fascism,” in The SAGE Handbook of Political Sociology, 2v, edited by William Outhwaite and Stephen Turner, eds. (London, Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, 2018), 548-572.