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A new book by Dr. Sarah Smith: Gendering Peace: UN Peacebuilding in Timor-Leste

October 18, 2018

Dr. Sarah Smith, Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Gender Studies, has just published her book Gendering Peace: UN Peacebuilding in Timor-Leste, in the Routledge series ‘Studies in Gender and Global Politics’. Drawing on policy documents and field research in Timor-Leste with national organizations, international agencies and UN staff, the book examines gender policy with a feminist lens.

Call for applications for new Senior Editor of Aspasia

October 11, 2018

NEW DEADLINE: November 15, 2018

CEU Condemns Attacks against Gender Studies Programs in Hungary

August 17, 2018

CEU condemns recent unfounded attacks against Gender Studies programs in Hungary. Gender Studies is an internationally recognized academic field, which produces intellectually and socially relevant knowledge and which has been taught at our university for well over a decade. Our graduates are exceptionally successful at finding employment in the international job market. Eliminating the program would be a loss to the Hungarian scholarly community and would further limit academic freedom in the country. CEU is committed to continuing teaching its Gender Studies programs. 

Utrecht Summer School “Posthuman Ethics, Pain and Endurance” (20-24th of August 2018)

May 22, 2018

The 2018 summer school, titled “Posthuman Ethics, Pain and Endurance,” which will take place between the 20th-24th of August 2018 at Utrecht University, in Utrecht, the Netherlands, combines an introduction to the basic tenets of Braidotti's brand of critical posthuman theory with an overview on contemporary debates about the ethical implications of posthumanism and the so-called ‘posthuman turn’.

Open call for participation: Feral Incursions Workshop 11-12 May 2018

May 4, 2018

11-12 May 2018, Central European University, Budapest

A two-day intensive workshop series, exploring the polyvalent theoretical and practical facets of the feral through art, politics and ecology organized by the Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative (EAH) at Central European University, Budapest.