The Invisible Shining - book launch at Trinity College Dublin
15 February, 6-8pm more
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The 2018 Spring/Summer catalog is available for download.

Latest releases:

Academic Freedom. The Global Challenge
edited by Michael Ignatieff and Stefan Roch

From Central Planning to the Market by Libor Žídek

Coming soon:

Landscapes of Disease - Malaria in Modern Greece
Katerina Gardikas

Nationalism and Terror - Ante Pavelić and Ustasha Terrorism from Fascism to the Cold War
Pino Adriano and Giorgio Cingolani

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CEU Press Classics

Publishing CEU Press Classics started with the series of Central European Classics. Timothy Garton Ash, founding general editor of the series, began to note down titles recommended to him by local writers in dim cafés in Prague and Budapest in the early 1990s. His aim, to take these works of nineteenth- and early twentieth century classic fiction 'out of the ghetto,' onto the shelves of Western booksellers, and into the consciousness of Western readers has been successfully achieved.

The success of the seven books between 1993-2001 prompted the Central European University Press to bring out further classics from eastern and central Europe from 2007 onwards in the CEU Press Classics series.

Old series

The Adventures of Sindbad
Gyula Krúdy

Be Faithful unto Death
Zsigmond Móricz

The Birch Grove and Other Stories
Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz

The Doll
Boleslaw Prus

Prague Tales
Jan Neruda

Dezsõ Kosztolányi

The Sorrowful Eyes of Hannah Karajich
Ivan Olbracht




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