Call for Application

The Princeton-Oxford-Münster-Budapest-Istanbul Early Modern History Workshop; 2016 "Material Exchange in the Early Modern World"

June 6, 2016

5-9 September, Oxford University
The Departments of Medieval Studies and History invite CEU students with an interest in early modernity to participate in the annual Princeton-Oxford-Münster-Budapest-Istanbul Early Modern History Workshop. For further information on the workshop and on how to apply, please contact Prof Jan Hennings on before 26 June (deadline).

Post-doctoral Fellowship in East European Labor History

March 1, 2016

Post-doctoral Fellowship in East European Labor History  - Department of History

Application deadline: May 31, 2016
Starting date: Two start dates are possible, January 2017 or September 2017. Please indicate your preference.

What Makes Us Human? Philosophical and Religious Perspectives in China and the West

December 8, 2015

Postgraduate Summer Course –  Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 4 July - 15 July, 2016

Cities and Science: Urban History and the History of Science in the Study of Early Modern and Modern Europe

December 8, 2015

Postgraduate Summer Course –  Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 18 July - 27 July, 2016

This course ( will explore new approaches in the history of science and urban history by inviting renowned scholars from both fields as well as graduate students to take part in an ongoing conversation about scientific knowledge and urban space.

The application deadline is February 14, 2016.

Resilience, Restoration, Revival: The Endurance of Structures from Early Modern Times to the Present

December 1, 2015

The 10th Annual Graduate Conference in European History (GRACEH), Central European University (CEU, Budapest), 21-23 April 2016

Historians have long been intrigued by apparently revolutionary events, often interpreting them as ruptures instituting wholly new societies. The French Revolution has been the source of ongoing inspiration for such an approach, with modernity itself often seen as emerging from that revolutionary break.