News

GENS Pizza Night

January 24, 2024

The Department invites you to a Pizza Night on Friday, February 2, from 3:00 - 5:00 pm. See you!

Statement Against the Escalation of Violence on Gaza

January 23, 2024

This Statement is signed by individual faculty members acting on their own volition; it does not reflect the position of the Gender Studies Department, nor of CEU.
Monday, October 23, 2023

Congratulations to the GENS recipients of the 2024 PhD awards

It is our great pleasure to announce this year’s PhD award recipients at the Department of Gender Studies. 

Advanced PhD Award Recipients 2024: Anita Prsa and Jessica Varela

First-Year PhD Award Recipient 2024: Ali Hashemian

Doctoral awards recognize outstanding performance in research in the case of advanced students, and in coursework and comprehensive exams in the case of first-year students. The awardees have been selected by the University Doctoral Committee.  

Public lecture "It’s not that grey: recognizing patterns of sexual harassment with the Red Flag System" by Sara Hassan

January 12, 2024

The Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equality invites you to the public lecture "It’s not that grey: recognizing patterns of sexual harassment with the Red Flag System" by Sara Hassan.

Public lectures are mandatory for all GENS 1st year students of all programs, MA and PhD

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.