New Acting Director at IAS CEU

August 5, 2021
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Associate Professor Karl Hall as Acting Director of IAS in effect as of 1 August 2021, following the sabbatical of Professor Nadia Al-Bagdadi during the Academic Year of 2021-2022.
Trained at Harvard University as a historian of science, Professor Hall joined CEU's Department of History in 2003, where he teaches courses on Central and East European history of science and intellectual history. 

New publications by the IAS Affiliated Fellow Zsuzsa Hetényi

The period from October 1, 2020 to the end of June, 2021 has been especially productive for the IAS Affiliated Fellow Zsuzsa Hetényi. Zsuzsa prepared several important publications in Russian, English, German and Hungarian, gave interviews and commentaries, finalized an encyclopedia entry. IAS CEU is delighted to celebrate this remarkable achievement by listing all of them here.

1. The project on the legacy of Shimon Markish

2020/21 academic year: books by the IAS Fellows and Alumni

June 16, 2021

The 2020/21 academic year has often been labelled as 'quiet' and 'slow' as almost all academic life in its habitual format has frozen and on site events and meetings cancelled or postponed. However, for many of the IAS fellows and alumni it has created much desied space and given time for finalizing their work and preparing it for publication. This is a recap of what books authored, co-authored or edited by the IAS fellows and alumni saw the light of the day in 2020/21.

Out now - Reassessing Communism (eds. by IAS CEU Thyssen alumna Agnieszka Mrozik)

A new book Reassessing Communism: Concepts, Culture, and Society in Poland, 1944–1989 (CEU Press, 2021) edited, among others, by the IAS CEU Thyssen alumna Agieszka Mrozik is out now.