Peter Rado and our Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Balint Mikola discussed their working paper Illiberalism in Power: Educational and Cultural Politices, with our Research Affiliate Agnes Kende and our Senior Research Fellow Zsolt Enyedi.
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Our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto gave a talk at CEU in Vienna addressing the relationship among antisemitism, the Holocaust, colonialism, and gender. It is is based on the collaborative OSUN network course taught together with David Feldman (Birkbeck, University of London), Yair Wallach (School of African and Oriental Studies), Merle Williams, and Adam Levin, PHD (University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg).
The panelists of this online event discussed Andreas Rödder’s recent book 21.1. Eine kurze Geschichte der Gegenwart (21.1. A Brief History of the Present).
In the latest episode of the Author Spotlight Series of the CEU Press Podcast, host Bálint Madlovics sat down for a fascinating discussion on the impact of the war on Ukraine’s patronal democracy, with his co-editor Bálint Magyar and with Oksana Huss, Mikhail Minakov and Kálmán Mizsei, who all contributed to the new volumes from CEU Press on the Russia-Ukraine War.
Our Senior Research Fellow Andreas Schedler joined Petra Alderman to discuss political polarization in the latest episode of the People, Power, Politics podcast series.
The research project Constitutional Populism: Friend or Foe of Constitutional Democracy, led by the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney), organized a series of webinars co-hosted by the DI and the Network for Interdisciplinary Studies of Law.
Did you miss our discussion co-organized with Political Capital, and the Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy (CEID), on Hungary's foreign policy in the Western Balkans? Watch the recording.
Did you miss the lecture by Professor Susanna Mancini under our Organised religion, constitutions and democratic backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe project? Read a summary or watch it now.
The Budapest Forum, co-organized by the Political Capital, the CEU Democracy Institute, and the Municipality of Budapest, featured contributions from leading politicians and foreign policy experts, and was formally opened by internationally acclaimed Canadian author Margaret Atwood.
In this episode host Mdu Ntuli and his regular guests, Tali Nates, Bjorn Krondorfer, our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto, and Steven Carr talk with father Patrick Desbois.