Elective Courses list

MA-level elective courses hosted by CEU Departments in the 2022/2023 Academic Year:

Please note that course lists are may be in the process of being updated. If you are unsure about some details provided here, please first check the course list attached here (below) and/or consult us by e-mail (romanistudies@ceu.edu)

 

2022/2023 Fall Term:

Department of History:

HIST5008  Inclusion and Exclusion Perspectives on Humanity and Race in Modern European History of Ideas and Science (Credits: 2; Instructors: Laszlo KontlerEmese Lafferton)

Department of Political Science:

POLS5153  Introduction to Political Theory (Credits: 4; Instructor: Zoltan Miklosi)

POLS5156 Political Theory: Justice and Equality  (Credits: 2; Instructor: 
Andres Moles) Note: This course is offered in Group 1 (Fall) & 2 (Winter) 

Department of Public Policy

DOPP5442 Equality Policy in Comparative Approach (Credits: 2; Instructors: Violetta ZentaiAndrea Krizsan)

Department of Gender Studies:

GENS5116 Intersectionality & Interdisciplinarity in Gender Studies Research (Credits: 2; Instructor: Adriana Qubaia-ova)

Department of Sociology:

SP/SO5033 Post-Cold-War Inequalities in Central Eastern Europe (Credits: 2; Instructors: Violetta Zentai)

2022/2023 Winter Term:

Department of History:

     HIST5387 Nationalism and Modernity in Central Europe around 1900 (Credits: 2; Instructor: Elena Shapira)

Department of International Relations:

INTR5440 Orders of Inequality: Race, Class, Gender, Sex  (Credits: 4; Instructor:  Michael Merlingen)

Department of Nationalism Studies:

        NATI5182 Anthropological Approaches to Ethnicity, Racism and Nationalism - With Special Reference to Roms and Romany Peoples (Credits: 2; Instructor: Michael Stewart)

       RSP5068 Jews and Roma in Comprative Perspective (Credits: 2; Instructors: Michael Laurence MillerAngéla Kóczé) Note: this course is co-hosted by the Romani Studies Program

Department of Political Science:

       POLS5156 Political Theory: Justice and Equality  (Credits: 2; Instructor: 
Andres Moles) Note: This course is offered in Group 1 (Fall) & 2 (Winter) 

Department of Sociology:

      SOCL 5373 Social Movements (Credits: 2; Instructor: Jean-Louis Fabiani

2022/2023 Spring Term:

 - TO BE ANNOUNCED - 

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MA-level courses hosted by CEU Departments in the 2021/2022 Academic Year:

2021/2022 Fall Term:

Department of History:

HIST5008  Inclusion and Exclusion Perspectives on Humanity and Race in Modern European History of Ideas and Science (Instructors: Laszlo KontlerEmese Lafferton)

Department of Political Science:

POLS5154  Introduction to Political Theory: Justice and Equality (Credits: 4; Instructor: Anca Gheaus)

Department of Public Policy

DOPP5654  Roma Inclusion Policies in Europe: Policy Puzzles (Credits: 2;  Instructor: Violetta Zentai)

Department of Gender Studies:

GENS6300 Intersectionality & Interdisciplinarity in Gender Studies Research (Credits: 2; Instructor: Hannah Loney)

Department of Nationalism Studies:

      NATI5210  Law and Ethnicity (Credits: 4; Instructor: Andras Pap

2021/2022 Winter Term:

Department of Gender Studies:

GENS5139  Bodies Across Borders: Global Migrations in Historical Perspective (Credits: 4; Instructor:  Nadia Jones-Gailani)

Department of Sociology:

SOCL5220  Colonialism and Post-Colonialism (Credits: 2; Instructor: Prem Kumar Rajaram)

Nationalism Studies Program:

NATI5138 War and Nationalism: Anthropological Perspectives on Ethnic Conflict, War       and Genocide ( Credits:2; Instructor: Michael Stewart)

      Department of History:

HIST5330  Political Radicalism in the Twentieth Century (Credits: 2;  Instructor: Constantin Iordachi)

2021/2022 Spring Term:

Department of Legal Studies:

LEGS5172  Critical Race Theory: Race and Law from the United States to Europe (Credits: 2; Instructors:  Angéla KóczéMathias Möschel)