CEU Press is pleased to announce that JSTOR has joined the Opening the Future program as a hosting partner for Open Access ebooks.

Read the article about our author, András Koerner in Tablet magazine.

Keeping the World’s Environment under Review: An Intellectual History of the Global Environment Outlook is available for download.

Join the book launch on Wednesday, 1 June at 15:00 - 16:30 CEST.

People in Spite of History: Stories Found in an Attorney Archive in the Banat RegionBook launch with author Tibor Várady (CEU), in conversation with Alfred J. Rieber (CEU) and Owen Good (translator, editor of Hungarian Literature Online)

Monday, May 23, 2022, 5:00 pm CETJoin us in person at CEU Budapest campus, Nádor u. 15, Room 101 (Quantum)

On Thursday, May 5th, 2022, at 7 p.m., the cultural scientist Dr. Eszter Varsa gave a lecture on her empirical study entitled Protected Children, Regulated Mothers. Gender and the 'Gypsy question' in state care in postwar Hungary.

CEU Press offered 20% discount for web customers through with LP22 promo code between 5-15 May, 2022.

CEU Press is pleased to announce the selection of two forthcoming open access books, due for release in summer 2022, when they will be freely available to download or read online. 

Under the Radar: Tracking Western Radio Listeners in the Soviet Union by R. Eugene Parta. 

Policemen of the Tsar: Local Police in an Age of Upheaval by Robert J. Abbott. 

CEU Press is pleased to announce the publication of Everyday Life under Communism and After: Consumption and Lifestyle in Hungary, 1945–2000 by Tibor Valuch.The book is Open Access (OA), it is freely accessible for download by anyone, anywhere.

Exact Editions is assembling and providing access to a digital collection of non-fiction books related to the history and culture of Ukraine in support of the Ukrainian people during these difficult times. The content will be available for global access through the web until April 15th 2022, offering a thorough understanding to those seeking further knowledge.

The collection currently contains 18 books from Yale University Press, Edinburgh University Press, Reaktion, Hurst, Central European University Press, Cambridge Scholars Publishing and Open Book Publishers.

We’re pleased to announce that Memory Crash: Politics of History In and Around Ukraine, 1980s-2010s by Georgiy Kasianov is published fully open access thanks to library support of our Opening the Future project.

The electronic version of Growing in the Shadow of Antifascism: Remembering the Holocaust in Communist Eastern Europe will be freely available, thanks to the libraries working with Knowledge Unlatched (KU) supporting the KU Select HSS Books collection of 2022.