"Europe's far-right educational institutions" with Dean Of Undergraduate Studies, Dorit Geva

October 22, 2021

Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Dorit Geva, has appeared on Chatham House’s Podcast, Undercurrents. In this episode, Dorit and Felipe G Santos expand upon the rise of the illiberal tradition in Hungary and France, particularly the founding of academic institutions to integrate the emerging illiberalist tradition into the larger globalist systems.

DNDS Research on Higher-Order Architecture of Real Complex Systems Published in Nature Physics

October 13, 2021

The complexity of many biological, social and technological systems stems from the richness of the interactions among their units. Over the past decades, a variety of complex systems have been successfully described as networks whose interacting pairs of nodes are connected by links. Yet, from human communications to chemical reactions and ecological systems, interactions can often occur in groups of three or more nodes and cannot be described simply in terms of dyads.

The First Year: A Look at CEU’s Undergraduate Studies

July 8, 2021

In the fall of 2020, Central European University (CEU) welcomed undergraduates for the first time as the university began its first academic year fully in Vienna.

Dorit Geva on 'Orbán’s Ordonationalism as Post-Neoliberal Hegemony'

May 7, 2021

Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Dorit Geva has published an article in Theory, Culture & Society's forthcoming special issue on post-neoliberalism. The essay examines Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban and his cultivation of a new form of authoritarian and hyper-nationalist neoliberalism.

Poem by Amelia Gorman, BA student in Culture, Politics and Society, Featured by CEU Inspired Campaign Volume Nr. 2 Contest

April 27, 2021

Amelia Gorman, a first-year BA student in the Culture, Politics and Society Program was recognized for her submission to the CEU Inspired Campaign Volume Nr. 2 creative contest. Amelia entered her poem, “Watching the News All Day,” in the contest. The most recent iteration of the campaign called for submissions of photo essays and writings on the topic of resilience.