Statement by Cambridge University faculty members

April 20, 2017

We, faculty members and researchers of the University of Cambridge with Hungarian roots watch the Hungarian government's offensive against the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest with sorrow and consternation. Many eminent colleagues both in Hungary and around the world have pointed out recently that CEU is one of the very few world class institutions of learning and research in the country. As such, it deserves to be supported, not attacked. In fact it would even suffice to simply allow its academics to do their job.

What happens when we do not defend academic freedom

April 19, 2017

Berthold Rittberger (University of Munich) and Jeremy Richardson (Nuffield College, University of Oxford; University of Canterbury, NZ)  published a short but really insightful paper in the Journal of European Public Policy, in support of CEU.

Read the full article in the attachment. It's worth reading...

Book published by our alumna, Elena Dana Prioteasa

Elena Dana Prioteasa is a researcher at the Institute of Archaeology and History of Art in Cluj-Napoca. Her research focuses on iconography and medieval painting in Transylvania.

Estonian academics support CEU

April 18, 2017

Estonian graduates of CEU and their friends and colleagues expressed their support to the university, by meeting in front of the Estonian Academy of Arts, wearing blue ribbons.