CAT research group "Socio-ecological Reshaping of European Cities and Metropolitan Areas" is hosted by IAS CEU, June 19-25

May 26, 2023

IAS CEU is delighted to host the CAT research group "Socio-ecological reshaping of European Cities and Metropolitan Areas" between June 19-25, 2023.

The project, shortly called "Reshape Cities" is one of the three CAT research initiatives that have been selected during the year 2020 by the NETIAS. The team is preparing for its 4th research stay at IAS CEU, after being hosted by the Montpellier Advanced Knowledge Institute on Transitions (Montpellier), Scienza Nuova (Torino) and Paris Institute for Advanced Study (Paris) in the previous two years.

The Historical Context and Impact of the Far-Right Revisionism - workshop organized by GIAS Fellow Tatyjana Szafonova and Senior Core Fellow Eszter Bartha

May 9, 2023

On 19-20 April 2023, the workshop “The Historical Context and Impact of the Far-Right Revisionism” was organized with the support of the IAS CEU and the CEU Democracy Institute. The main organizers of the workshop were GIAS Fellow Tatyjana Szafonova and Senior Core Fellow Eszter Bartha.

New Visiting Fellow at IAS CEU

April 25, 2023

IAS CEU is proud to announce the arrival of its new Visiting Fellow, Associate Professor Gerlinde Groitl, who will be staying at the Institute in late April- to mid-May 2023 within the bi-lateral exchange frame program between the Leibniz ScienceCampus Europe and America in the Modern World, at the University of Regensburg, and IAS CEU.

IAS alumnus Joseph Malherek`s book is out now

February 28, 2023

Joseph Malherek - Free Market Socialists

IAS Fellow Andrii Dostliev's exhibition GO WEST!

February 21, 2023

Exhibition GO WEST! by the Ukrainian artist, curator and photography researcher, IAS Artist in Residence Andrii Dostliev is organized between February 8 and March 5 2023 by Blinken OSA Archives in collaboration with IAS CEU and Visual Studies Platform. This exhibition is a part of Andrii’s life-long study of memory, trauma, and identity through personal archives in Eastern Europe. GO WEST! resulted from Andrii’s engagement with the histories of forced laborers from Eastern Europe in Nazi Germany during the WWII.