Faculty Spotlight

"The problem of equal moral status" by Zoltan Miklosi

April 11, 2022

"One of the central puzzles of contemporary moral and political philosophy is that while most of us believe that all or almost all human beings enjoy the same moral status, human beings possess the capacities that supposedly ground moral status to very unequal levels."


Zoltan Miklosi's new paper has been published in SAGE Journals: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1470594X221091285

New Article co-authored by prof. Zsolt Enyedi

March 14, 2022

Prof. Enyedi's recent paper co-written with Fernando Casal Bértoac (University of Nottingham) "The future is not what it used to be: the failure of bipolarisation" has been published in Irish Political Studies.

https://bit.ly/34FiyRu

Case Based Research with Benoit Rihoux and Levi Littvay (MethodsNET)

February 22, 2022

New Publication from Anil Duman

February 18, 2022

Prof. Duman's latest publication "Welfare Nationalism and Rising Prejudice against Migrants in Central and Eastern Europe" is in the book "Refugees on the Move. Crisis and Response in Turkey and Europe" (Berghahn Books).

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Professor Carsten Q. Schneider appointed for the position of Pro-Rector

January 31, 2022

Congratulations to prof. Carsten Q. Schneider for his appointment as Pro-Rector for External Relations, starting February 1, 2022!

We congratulate other appointees:

Professor Agnes Batory in her new role as Pro-Rector for Research and Faculty;

Professor Tim Crane in his new role as Pro-Rector for Teaching and Learning;

Professor Eva Fodor in her new role as Pro-Rector for Foresight and Analysis;

Professor Laszlo Kontler in his new role as Pro-Rector for Budapest and KEE.