Master of Arts in Gender Studies

The program offers a comprehensive focus of study for students with a first degree in a traditional discipline and some prior knowledge in gender analysis. Students undertake coursework in an interdisciplinary range of mandatory and elective classes that examine gender in symbolic, social and theoretical terms. Coursework is followed by an independent, original research component—a Master's thesis written under the supervision of two faculty members. Fellowships and tuition waivers are available.

Entry Requirements for the Master's Programs
MA students do not need to have a prior degree in gender or women's studies, however, successful applicants tend to have had some exposure to gender as a body of scholarly knowledge and discipline in addition to a sensitivity to its social impact. Applicants should have a genuine interest in developing their knowledge and scholarly perspectives beyond the individual disciplines they have studied at the undergraduate (or Master's) level.

In addition to meeting the General CEU Admissions Requirements, applicants should submit a 500-word statement of purpose describing:
• their interest in the field of gender studies and in the program of the Department of Gender Studies
• any relevant experience (academic, professional or personal), and the expected significance of their studies at CEU for their future career goals

Courses

Title Instructor Credit
Foundations of Gender Studies II (2018/19) Hadley Z. Renkin 2.0
(De)Militarisms Ben Schrader 4.0
Academic Writing Part 1 (2018/19) Andrea Kirchknopf
Borbála Faragó
Sanjay Kumar
1.0
Academic Writing Part 2: Thesis development (2017/18) Hadley Z. Renkin 1.0
Building narratives: Self-expression through literature, art and performance Sanjay Kumar 2.0
Commodification of the Human Body (2017/18) Judit Sandor 4.0
Communism and Gender: Historical and Global Perspectives (2018/19) Francisca de Haan 2.0
Critical Interdisciplinary Approaches to Doing Research in Gender Studies (2017/18) Jasmina Lukic 2.0
Critical perspectives on human nature Maria Kronfeldner 2.0
Critical Policy Studies (2017/18) Sarah Smith 2.0
Critical Race Theory: Race and Law from the United States to Europe Angéla Kóczé
Mathias Möschel
2.0
Critical Romani Studies: Past, Present, and Future Approaches to Roma (Gypsy, Travellers, Sinti, etc) Related Studies Angéla Kóczé 2.0
Discourse Analysis (2017/18) Erzsébet Barát 2.0
Equality Policies in Comparative Approach Andrea Krizsan
Violetta Zentai
1.0
Equality Policy in Comparative Perspective Andrea Krizsan
Violetta Zentai
2.0
Feminism and Masculinities (2018/19) Erzsébet Barát 4.0
Feminist Activism, NGOization and the Global Gender Equality Regime: Transnational and Regional Perspectives (2017/18) Selin Çağatay 2.0
Feminist Biopolitics and Cultural Practice (2017/18) Hyaesin Yoon 4.0
FEMINIST QUALITATIVE METHODS (2017/18) Nadia Jones-Gailani 2.0
Foundations in Gender Studies I (2018/19) Susan Zimmermann 4.0
Foundations in Gender Studies I (2018/19) Éva Fodor 4.0
Foundations of Gender Studies II (2018/19) Eszter Timár 2.0
Gender and Migration (2018/19) Nadia Jones-Gailani 4.0
Gender and Nationalism (2018/19) Elissa Helms 4.0
Gender and Sexuality in Compulsory Education (2017/18) Dorottya Rédai 2.0
Gender, Peace and Security (2018/19) Sarah Smith 4.0
Gender, Race, Class: Global Inequalities Angéla Kóczé 2.0
Gender, Terrorism and Political Violence (2017/18) Sarah Smith 2.0
Gendered Inequalities: Development and Globalisation (2017/18) Sarah Smith 4.0
How to Think about Science: An Introduction to Philosophy of Science Maria Kronfeldner 2.0
Human Rights and Emerging technologies (2017/18) Judit Sandor 4.0
Introduction to Affect Theory (2017/18) Eszter Timár 2.0
Islamic Feminism in Historical Perspective (2017/18) Nadia Jones-Gailani 2.0
Just Data Miklós Koren, Department of Economics and Business
Arieda Muço, Department of Economics and Business
Chrys Margaritidis, Dean of Students
Roberta Sinatra, Department of Mathematics and Its Applications
Karoly Boroczky, Department of Mathematics and Its Applications
Jozsef Martin, Transparency International Hungary
Achilles Georgiu, Department of Economics and Business
2.0
Neo-Victorian Cultures Today (2017-18) Andrea Kirchknopf 2.0
Postcolonialism and feminism(s) (2017/18) Nadia Jones-Gailani 4.0
Power and Resistance Dorit Geva 2.0
Public Lecture Series (2018/19) Faculty, staff 1.0
Queer Ecologies: Gender, Sexuality, and the Environment (2017-2018) Marianna Szczygielska 2.0
Queer Theory (2018/19) Eszter Timár 4.0
Re-imagining Social Movements (2018/19) Hadley Z. Renkin 4.0
Research Preparation Seminar (2017/18) Jasmina Lukic 2.0
Strategies of Reading (2017-18) Jasmina Lukic 2.0
Text Analysis Across Disciplines - Data Collection and Curation Jessie Labov, Center for Media, Data and Society
Tamas Kiss, Department of Medieval Studies
2.0
The Law and Politics of Combatting Violence Against Women Andrea Krizsan
Mathias Möschel
2.0
The ethos of science: Objectivity, disintrestedness and autnomy Maria Kronfeldner 2.0
The Nature of Performativity (2017/18) Eszter Timár 2.0
The perfect ambassador: International Relations and the origins of Diplomacy (1500-1800) Jan Hennings 4.0
Thesis Writing Workshop Group 1, 2 (2017/18) Francisca de Haan 4.0
Thesis Writing Workshop Group 3, 4 (2017/18) Hadley Z. Renkin 4.0
Women's and Gender History: An Introduction to Theory, Methodology and Archives (M) (2017/18) Francisca de Haan 2.0