Faculty News

Prof. Andrea Peto was interviewed for TAZ about illiberal foreign policy as Erdogan recently visited Budapest

December 23, 2023
Prof. Andrea Peto

Less than four months after his last visit, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan came back to Budapest on December 18. He and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán chair the sixth Turkish-Hungarian Council for High-Level Strategic Cooperation. There are 100 years of relations to be celebrated between the two countries, as they signed the first friendship treaty on December 15, 1923.

OPEN COST Action on the rise of new nationalisms and higher education: Prof. Peto is co-leading a working group

December 21, 2023

Prof. Andrea Peto is co-leading the working group on "Outreach" of the OPEN COST ActionThe working group will coordinate the dissemination of Action results to both academic and policy arenas, through outreach and events. The OPEN COST Action explores how the rise of new nationalisms and geopolitical tensions exert growing pressure on the openness of European higher education and research and examines its implications for the future of Europe.

“Babyn Yar” Holocaust Memorial Center receives the prestigious Thomas J. Dodd Prize with the participation of Prof. Peto

December 5, 2023

Andrea Peto, a professor at Central European University in Vienna, member of the Academic Council of “Babyn Yar” Holocaust Memorial Center, and the editor-in-chief of the Eastern European Holocaust Studies journal, initiated by the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center in collaboration with De Gruyter was present when The “Babyn Yar” Holocaust Memorial Center was awarded the prestigious Thomas J.

Listen to CEU Democracy Institute podcast "Standing Up to the Assault on Democracy with Patrick Desbois"

December 3, 2023

In this episode host Mdu Ntuli (JHGC) and his regular guests, Tali Nates (JHGC), Bjorn Krondorfer (Martin Springer Institute, Northern Arizona University), GS Faculty Andrea Peto, and Steven Carr (Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Purdue University) are joined by father Patrick Desbois.