History Alumnus Goran Miljan Publishes New Book

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.


Eda Guclu receives Best Dissertation Award

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.

Professor Carlo Ginzburg Delivers a Public Lecture: “Medals and Shells: On Morphology and History, Once Again"

May 30, 2018

Medals and shells, the remnants of natural and human past, are often seen as clues leading to different ways of thinking about the world. But is it possible that thinking about shells may enrich our understanding of medals? This was one of the questions raised in the public lecture of Carlo Ginzburg, professor emeritus at UCLA, delivered at CEU on May 24th.

CEU Early Modern Studies participates in Early Modern History Workshop at Princeton

April 4, 2018

Students and faculty from the Medieval Studies and History Departments joined fellow early modernists from King’s College London, Münster University, and Sabanci University Istanbul to discuss early modern legal history at the annual Early Modern History Workshop that took place at Princeton University this year.