Our PhD Students Honored with András Kubinyi Awards

January 29, 2024

Last Friday, two of our students were presented with prestigious awards. The András Kubinyi Awards are named after a famous medievalist, and are given to promising young scholars. An internationally respected urban historian, András Kubinyi (1929 – 2007) was put special emphasis on teaching his subject as a historical discipline: introducing his students to the study of a wide range of sources.

New Publication: "The Main Inventory of the One Hundred Lans...” of Lviv (1608)

January 4, 2024

Our alum Markiian-Liubart Kyrchiv has recently published in the Ukrainian Historical Review. The article is entitled "The Main Inventory of the One Hundred Lans ..." Lviv (1608) by Stanislav Anserin:  Re-Publication and Translationand provides a commentary of the original document, as well as adding and clarifing information concerning the manuscript’s content.

Summer University Courses

December 6, 2023

This summer, our faculty will be teaching on two courses at CEU's Summer University.

New Publication: Soul, Body, and Gender in Late Antiquity

December 1, 2023

December 5 sees the publication of a new volume authored by our PhD student Anastasia Theologou, alumna Andra Jugănaru, Stanimir Panayotov, and Prof. István PerczelSoul, Body, and Gender in Late Antiquity: Essays on Embodiment and Disembodiment offers substantial re-readings of both tradit

Open Classes November 2023

October 31, 2023

Get a taste of studying at CEU by watching one of our Open Classes. On the week beginning November 20, we opened up a selection of our classes to prospective students. Click on the links below to watch the classes.


Gender History

Class: Gendered Materialities (100 minutes)