Call for Papers for the Critical Romani Studies Journal: Thematic Issue on Critical Whiteness

February 14, 2020

Editors: Ildiko Gulyas (Social Justice Education; University of Toronto, OISE); Szilvia Rézműves (Social Politician, independent activist and researcher); Violeta Vajda (University of Sussex and Institute of Development Studies); Jonathan McCombs (Department of Geography; University of Georgia)

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Resistance and resilience: Romani women and LGBTIQ persons

February 11, 2020

On 6th February, the Romani Studies Program and the Department of Gender Studies held a roundtable that discussed the way Romani women and Romani LGBTIQ persons exercise resistance and resilience and the way their experience shape and in some cases challenge the Romani movement. The invited speakers are all formers fellows of the Romani Studies Program.

Who is afraid of identity politics? Lessons from Romani activism

January 28, 2020

On 23rd January the third roundtable discussion of Romani Studies Program (RSP) was held, this time the event was jointly organized by the Department of Political Science at CEU. The invited scholars critically reflected on identity politics and the potentials and dilemmas of identity-based activism in the Romani movement.

CEU and Romani Studies Program in BBC StoryWorks Documentary Series

January 23, 2020

Central European University was recently featured in an episode of the documentary video series Aiming Higher developed by the International Association of Universities (IAU) and produced by BBC StoryWorks. 

The documentary focused on the fact that CEU, one of the world’s most international universities, remains committed to its founding principles of ensuring world-class higher education for the betterment of society. And now for the very first time, it’s opening its doors to undergraduate. 

What is next for Roma, Gypsies, and Travellers in post-Brexit Britain?

January 21, 2020

The Romani Studies Program and the Nationalism Studies Program cordially invites you to a public lecture on What is next for Roma, Gypsies, and Travellers in post-Brexit Britain?

Date:  30 January 2019 5:30 PM

Venue: Central European University, Nádor utca 15. Room 103.