Nationalism Studies Program
The Nationalism Studies Program engages students in empirical and theoretical study of issues of nationalism, self-determination, problems of state formation, ethnic conflict, minority protection, language and citizenship rights and constitutional design in ethnically divided societies. Drawing upon the supranational milieu of CEU, the program encourages a critical, non-sectarian and interdisciplinary approach to the study of nationalism.
Gábor Egry - Insignificant Moments Within A Nationalizing State? How Ethnicity Shaped Life In Greater Romania?
JS Lecture Series - Yoav Galai - Narratives of redemption: The Zionist imaginary and afforestation in the Negev
Book launch - András László Pap : Democratic Decline in Hungary: Law and Society in an Illiberal Democracy
András László Pap, András Bozóki, Michael Laurence Miller
JS Lecture Series - Michael Korey - The Gantse Megillah: Collecting and Displaying Judaica in 18th-Century Central Europe - The Forgotten History of a Non-Jewish Curiosity
JS Lecture Series - Laura Almagor - Forgotten Agents of History: The Jewish Territorialist Movement (1905-1960)
Florian Bieber - The Limits of Europeanization. Has EU Integration run its course in the Western Balkans?
JS Lecture Series - Israel Bartal - Elusive Souls: Jewish Converts and their Predicament in Early Modern Iberia
JS Lecture Series - Javier Castaño - Elusive Souls: Jewish Converts and their Predicament in Early Modern Iberia
Why Multiculturalism isn`t Dead: Liberal Law and the Empowerment of Gays and Muslims - Christian Joppke -