News in Cultural Heritage

Are you Game? Presenting Cultural Heritage by Playing at CEU

Games and playing are essential parts of human life that show significant cultural variation and reflect the changes in society. However, their role as an element of cultural heritage and the social identity of various communities is often underestimated.

European Heritage Days at CEU

September 21, 2016

CEU opened its doors the forth time to visitors during the European Heritage Days September 17-18 2016. CEU students, alumni, the Cultural Heritage Studies Program, the Civic Engagement Office and the External Relations Office worked together to plan and conduct the activities celebrating the heritage that CEU safeguards and opens to the public in downtown Budapest. The European Heritage Days events provided by our Cultural Heritage Studies Program was a big success - about 450 visitors wanted to see the heritage values of CEU's buildings presented by our expert guides.

New Central European Cultural Heritage book series at CEU

August 5, 2016

The Cultural Heritage Studies Program launched its own CEntral European Cultural Heritage book series at CEU Press with a volume by Béla Zsolt Szakács, The Visual World of the Hungarian Angevine Legendary

Conference papers of our students published

We are happy to announce that the volume that the papers presented at the Conference of Young Medieval Archaeologists has been published, with contributors from our department: students Mária Vargha (PhD candidate in the Medieval Studies Program), Nóra Ujhelyi (MA student in the Cultural Heritage Program) and Tünde Komori (MA student in the Medieval Studies Program), as well as our faculty member Balázs Nagy. The volume was published by the St Stephen Museum in Székesfehérvár.

Cultural Heritage Students Take on the Challenge of Rebuilding the Aleppo Souk - interview by the SPP

February 19, 2016

Some of our students take part in the Aleppo Project launched by the School of Public Policy at CEU. The SPP made an interview with Sanijela Stulic and Camilo Montoya-Guevara, which you can read on their website, by clicking on the image.