Spotlight

Utopian Horizons. Ideology, Politics, Literature

Edited by Zsolt Czigányik, a former Humanities Initiative Fellow at IAS CEU, the book investigates the possibilities of cooperation between the humanities and the social sciences in the analysis of 20th century and contemporary utopian phenomena. The papers deal with major problems of interpreting utopias, the relationship of utopia and ideology, and the highly problematic issue as to whether utopia necessarily leads to dystopia.

The Emotions in Early Chinese Philosophy by Curie Virág

The Emotions in Early Chinese Philosophy  by former IAS fellow Curie Virág, published in April 2017, is a first book-length study of conception of emotions in early Chinese philosophical tradition.

Be Like the Fox - Machiavelli's Lifelong Quest for Freedom

IAS CEU Senior Fellow Erica Benner's new book Be Like the Fox  - Machiavelli's Lifelong Quest for Freedom, published in March 2017, follows Machiavelli's dramatic quest for political and human freedom through his own eyes. 

After Tomorrow the Days Disappear

A book of poems by Hasan Sijzi, translated by our Fellow Rebecca Gould, has been published by Northwestern World Classics.

Medieval East Central Europe in a Comparative Perspective

A book co-edited by IAS CEU Faculty Fellow Katalin Szende with Gerhard Jaritz, Medieval East Central Europe in a Comparative Perspective, has been published by Routledge.