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Constructive Advanced Thinking (CAT) 2021 selection process results

January 10, 2022

The year of 2021 ended with an important event - the Selection Committee for the Constructive Advanced Thinking (CAT) programme has evaluated the project proposals submitted in the 2021 application round (the deadline - September 1, 2021). The CAT programme supports small interdisciplinary groups of promising early-career scholars and researchers led by a Principle Investigator seeking to work on projects that tackle crucial societal issues and emerging challenges.

Gina Caison - Erosion: American Literature & the Anxiety of Disappearance

December 9, 2021

Junior Fellowships at the Global Institute for Advanced Study (GIAS) - call for applications open

November 26, 2021

A joint initiative of the Institute for Advanced Study at CEU and the Open Society University Network, the Global Institute for Advanced Study (GIAS) invites applications from early-career scholars in the field of humanities and social sciences to its two-year residential Junior Fellowship Program.

European NetIAS Lectures Series 2021 resumes!

October 21, 2021

IAS CEU is delighted to announce that the European NetIAS Lecture Series - a series of on-line lectures by the fellows from various IAS from across the European continent - resumes! 

Last year the Lecture Series was coordinated by the IAS CEU. In 2021/22 the New Europe College from Bucharest stepped in and prepared a rich and diverse programme of lectures. The overarching theme of this season of lectures is Knowledge in the Digital Age.

IAS 2019/20 alumna Maya Nadkarni's book receives an Honorable Mention

October 21, 2021

IAS warmle congratulates its 2029/20 alumna Maya Nadkarni whose book Remains of Socialism: Memory and the futures of the past in postsocialist Hungary (Cornell University Press, 2020)  on which she worked during her fellowshio at IAS received an Honorable Mention for the Heldt Prize from the Association for Women in Slavic Studies, 2021. This prize is for the best book by a woman-identifying scholar i