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.
Ksenia Krimer (Historian, researcher at the ZZF-Potsdam), Kirill Martynov (Journalist and political scientist; editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta Europe), Ilya Yablokov (Lecturer in Digital Journalism and Disinformation at the University of Sheffield, UK)
Roma Holocaust, Memory, and Representation: launch of the thematic issue of Critical Romani Studies journal
Patrick O. Cohrs, Michael Ignatieff, Elisabeth Röhrlich, Michael Laurence Miller
Dr. Katarzyna Nowak
A Sweet Secret: working with the ephemeral Holocaust film archive and a forgotten Jewish comedy. A new film project in development by Bernadette Wegenstein.
Prof. Dr. Gerald J. Steinacher
Oksana Sarkisova, Jeremy Braverman, Vlad Naumescu, Thomas Aichinger, Klára Trencsényi, Claudio Sopranzetti, Ulrich Meurer
Jeremy Braverman, Vlad Naumescu, Oksana Sarkisova, Erzsebet Strausz, Robyn Dora Radway, Ulrich Meurer, Dóra Mérai, Klára Trencsényi
Frontiers of Populism Research Lecture - Content and Effects of Right-Wing Populists' Facebook Communication
Frontiers of Populism Research Lecture - Authoritarian neoliberalism, communitarianism and nationalist populism
Frontiers of Populism Research Lecture - Nationalism, antisemitism, antigenderism in the Austrian Freedom Party?
Dr. Daniele Caramani
Dr. Erin Jenne