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Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies

The Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies (CEMS), heir to the Center for Hellenic Traditions (2004/5–2009/10), promotes the study of the eastern Mediterranean and its hinterlands from antiquity, especially the Hellenistic oikoumene (323–30 BCE), to the end of the Ottoman period (1923 CE).

Oct
Aziz Al-Azmeh
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51 | A 415
Oct
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51 | Auditorium
Nov
Róbert Somos
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51
Nov
Baukje van den Berg
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51 | C419
Oct
Tijana Krstić
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51 | C419
Feb
Sajjad Rizvi
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15 | Quantum (101)
Feb
Ferenc Péter Csirkés
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15 | Quantum (101)
Feb
Volker Menze
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower | 509
Jan
Giuseppe Cecere
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 9, Monument Building | Gellner room
Jan
Stephanos Efthymiadis
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower | 509
Jan
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 9, Monument Building | Gellner room
Dec
Sandro Nikolaishvili
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 9, Monument Building | Senate Room
Nov
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15 | Auditorium B
Nov
Azfar Moin
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15 | Quantum (101)
Jun
May
Arietta Papaconstantinou
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15
May
Nicholas Purcell
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15
Mar
Ivan Drpić
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15
Feb
Zoltán Szombathy
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15