Faculty Spotlight

Gheaus Co-Edited Special Issue of Moral Philosophy and Politics, on Children's and Adolescent's Rights

November 10, 2020
Assistant Professor Anca Gheaus has co-edited, together with Sabine Hohl (Bern) a Special Issue of the journal Moral Philosophy and Politics, on Children's and Adolescent's Rights. The issue offers new contributions to the topics of paternalism, the nature of the right to parent and children’s voting.

Bochsler's Article Forthcoming in Party Politics

November 9, 2020
In this new article in Party Politics, Daniel Bochsler discusses methodological challenges when measuring vote-seat disproportionalities. This is a key variable for the characterisation of political systems.
Bochsler, Daniel (forthcoming): “Measures of vote-seat disproportionality for incomplete data”.

Enyedi & Casal Bértoa's Latest Book on Party Systems

September 30, 2020

For all those interested in party systems, the latest product of Zsolt Enyedi (Department of Political Science, CEU) and Fernando Casal Bértoa (CEU alumn and School of Politics and International Relations, University of Nottingham) from Oxford Research Encyclopedia: 

Party Systems: Types, Dimensions, and Explanations

Gina Donoso, New Visiting Professor

September 8, 2020
We'd like you to join us in welcoming aboard our new visiting professor, Gina Donoso.
Gina Donoso holds a PhD in Psychology from Ghent University (Belgium). She is currently a visiting professor at the Department of Political Sciences, Central European University. She also works as clinical psychologist, and as a gender-based violence, transitional justice and reparations specialist, with an extensive field experience in supporting victims and communities involved in violence and social catastrophes.

Former CEU Research Fellow Nino Abzianidze's Article on Nationalist Discourse Networks in the Georgian Print Media Published

July 21, 2020

Former CEU Postdoctoral Researcher Nino Abzianidze's article "Us vs. Them as Structural Equivalence: Analysing Nationalist Discourse Networks in the Georgian Print Media" is published and free access.