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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).

May
Mar
Feb
Emese Muntan
Feb
Lieve van Hoof
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51
Jan
Brett Wilson
Nov
Róbert Somos
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51
Nov
Baukje van den Berg
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51 | C419
Oct
Nathalie Clayer
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51
Oct
Tijana Krstić
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51 | C419
Feb
Sajjad Rizvi
Budapest Site | Nador u. 15 | Quantum (101)
Feb
Ferenc Péter Csirkés
Budapest Site | Nador u. 15 | Quantum (101)
Feb
Volker Menze
Budapest Site | Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower | 509
Jan
Giuseppe Cecere
Budapest Site | Nador u. 9, Monument Building | Gellner room
Jan
Stephanos Efthymiadis
Budapest Site | Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower | 509
Jan
Budapest Site | Nador u. 9, Monument Building | Gellner room
Dec
Sandro Nikolaishvili
Budapest Site | Nador u. 9, Monument Building | Senate Room
Nov
Budapest Site | Nador u. 15 | Auditorium B
Nov
Azfar Moin
Budapest Site | Nador u. 15 | Quantum (101)