Staged Otherness: Ethnic Shows in Central and Eastern Europe, 1850–1939, edited by Dagnosław Demski and Dominika Czarnecka will be published fully open access thanks to library support through our Opening the Future (OtF) model.

Central European University (CEU) Press is pleased to announce the publication of a new academic monograph, Words in Space and Time: Historical Atlas of Language Politics in Modern Central Europe, for specialist and general readers.

The Romani Studies Program at Central European University and CEU Press are pleased to invite you to the launch of the Critical Romani Studies Book Series.

As part of university press week, CEU Press is joining other UPs in listing the ten publications that best showcase their presses during the past decade.

Celebrate how university presses have evolved over the past decade and showcase the forward-thinking work that has made university presses leaders in many fields.

We are pleased to share the news of this partnership with De Gruyter and we are proud to be part of an impressive set of presses that make up De Gruyter’s UP library program.

The new location of our offices is 1051 Budapest, Nádor utca 9. (Monument Building), 2nd floor, rooms 208-210.

We’re so pleased to announce another book going fully open access through our Opening the Future project, thanks to library support. It will be available for free download in late November 2021, when we’ll let the community know it’s been published.

It is through this programme that we are able to make in-depth studies on universal issues available to a broader interested audience around the world.

Goran Musić’s Making and Breaking the Yugoslav Working Class: The Story of Two Self-Managed Factories has been awarded the 2021 "Michael Mitterauer Award for Social, Cultural and Economic History in Vienna". The prize is awarded to scholars with outstanding achievement