We are happy to host the launch event of our book Brilliance in Exile on 21 September at 17:00 PM CET in Budapest. We cordially invite you to the discussion, please find the details of the event below.
Michael O’Sullivan’s latest work soon to be published by CEU Press offers a new and intimate perspective on one of the 20th century’s greatest poets.
“The press aims to offer a pathway for a better understanding of Central and Eastern Europe.”
As a cross-disciplinary historian, you have extensively written about race and human equality. What made you choose this field of research in history and anthropology? What made you explore the history of race?
We are pleased to announce that three forthcoming titles,
The Beginnings of Anti-Jewish Legislation. The 1920 Numerus Clausus Law in Hungary.
Anti-Fascism in European History. From the 1920s to Today.
Multicultural Cities of the Habsburg Empire, 1880–1914. Imagined Communities and Conflictual Encounters
We are happy to announce the launch of the CEU Review of Books: www.ceureviewofbooks.com
The mission of the CEU Review of Books is to engage and review a diverse array of forward-thinking scholarship that brings clarity and insight to confusing times. All reviews are published openly – free to read for anyone.
Gábor Klaniczay is a professor of Medieval Studies at the CEU’s Department of Medieval Studies. He has published extensively on the historical anthropology of Christendom, on comparative religious history of Hungary and Central Europe, and on the uses of the Middle Ages in modern history. Professor Klaniczay is also the series editor of the Central European Medieval Texts, CEU Press’ series of critical editions in Latin and English translation, along with Patrick J. Geary, Gerhard Jaritz and Pavlína Rychterová.
We are delighted to announce that András Koerner's Early Jewish Cookbooks: Essays on Hungarian Jewish Gastronomical History (CEU Press, 2022) has won The Association of Jewish Libraries' 2022 Judaica Bibliography Award. Congratulations to the author!
The Association of University Presses (AUPresses) is pleased to extend to its colleagues working at university presses and in university publishing departments in Ukraine an invitation to the Association’s upcoming virtual annual meeting, which begins June 5th, free of charge. A diverse program (available here), including three plenary sessions and 49 concurrent sessions on a wide variety of topics, has been planned.
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