Public Lecture Series (2017/18)

Course Description: 

Mandatory Public Lecture Series

These are talks organized throughout the academic year that are also open to the CEU community. They are given by scholars from other universities and are a way for the students and faculty to learn about current research in the field of gender studies and to engage in dialogue with scholars from outside CEU.

Learning Outcomes: 

These are talks organized throughout the academic year that are also open to the CEU community. They are given by scholars from other universities and are a way for the students and faculty to learn about current research in the field of gender studies and to engage in dialogue with scholars from outside CEU.

Assessment: 

It is a Pass/Fail course for 1 credit per term. Your attendance will be recorded through a sign-up sheet that is circulated at the talk. You may not miss more than two lectures throughout the year without a documented and approved excuse in order to earn this credit (and therefore to complete the program!). The talks will be listed as far in advance as possible on the department website and advertised via email and fliers. Students are expected to adjust their schedule to attend public lectures even in some cases when there is – regrettably but necessarily – short notice.