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.
JS Lecture Series - Jessie Labov - Depth of Focus: Ida, Son of Saul and the refraction of Jewish memory in recent Central European cinema
Szabolcs Szuromi - Cohabitation of Different Religious Cultures in the Middle East and its Global Effects - Lecture
JS Lecture Series - Mihály Kálmán - A Forgotten Jewish Army and/or Soviet Proxies? Jewish Self-Defense and Counterinsurgent Paramilitarism in Civil War Ukraine, 1920-1924.
JS Lecture Series - Ada Rapoport-Albert - Female Bodies – Male Souls: Asceticism, Mysticism and Gender in Jewish Tradition