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Online event assesses the latest Hungarian elections

April 11, 2022

The panel “Assessing the Hungarian Elections: Domestic and Regional Implications” will offer perspectives from Hungarian scholars on how to understand the results of the Hungarian parliamentary elections that took place on April 3, 2022. Prof. Andrea Pető from the Department of Gender Studies will participate in the discussion, together with CEU’s professors Zsolt Enyedi and Szabolcs Pogonyi. The moderator is Myra Waterbury, from Ohio University (USA).

Sad News – Feminist Philosopher Linda Fisher passed away

March 28, 2022

Our colleague, the feminist philosopher Linda Fisher, passed away on March 21, 2022. Linda earned her PhD in Philosophy from The Pennsylvania State University and taught at McGill University and the University of Windsor before she came to the CEU in 2001. Linda helped build up the Department of Gender Studies, of which she was Acting Head in 2002-03.

Members of the Department of Gender Studies and President and Rector of CEU participate in feminist exploration of discourses on demography

March 8, 2022

The EU is currently facing substantial demographic challenges and will continue to do so in the coming decades. A report presentation and online discussion will bring a feminist exploration of discourses on demography in the EU institutions. Prof. Pető and GENS student Swantje Höft, from the Department of Gender Studies at Central European University, are co-authors of the report together with Judith Goetz, member of the research group Ideologies and Politics of Inequality and the research network Women and Right-Wing Extremism, and Livia Sz.

Prof. Andrea Pető conversates with Marlene Laruelle about Russia’s illiberalism

March 2, 2022

Listen to CEU Democracy Institute podcast in which Prof. Andrea Pető conversates with Marlene Laruelle about illiberalism studies, whether Russia is fascist, the nature of Russia’s illiberalism as well as its conservative softpower.