Faculty Spotlight

Meet Our Faculty: Laszlo Bruszt

January 15, 2024

Laszlo Bruszt is the Co-director of the CEU Democracy Institute and a Professor of Sociology at the Central European University.

His publications focus on issues of regime change and economic transformation. His more recent studies deal with the politics of economic integration of the Eastern and Southern peripheries of Europe.

Meet Our Faculty: Judit Sandor

January 15, 2024

Judit Sandor is a full time professor at the Faculty of Political Science, Legal Studies and Gender Studies at CEU.

Her research interests include biopolitics, ethical, legal, social implications of health care and biotechnologies, privacy, reproductive rights, gender policies, human rights.

 Judit teaches our New Technologies and Human Rights course in the Fall term.

New Article by Robert Sata

November 15, 2023

New article titled Illiberal spectatorship – the disfigurement of citizenship in Hungary and Poland, written by Robert Sata and Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski, has just been published in the Journal of Contemporary European Studies.

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New Publication by Daniel Bochsler

November 6, 2023

Daniel Bochsler and Andreas Juon have published a new chapter in Democracy and Democracy Promotion in a Fractured World. Challenges, Resilience, Innovation, ed. S. Geissbühler. Berlin/Zürich: LIT Verlag, 159-86.

They were curious to understand the diffusion of constitutional rules. In this book chapter, they scrutinise the role of mediators in designing power-sharing constitutions after civil conflicts.

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Prof. Judit Sándor appointed as expert at European Court of Human Rights

October 30, 2023

Prof. Judit Sándor was appointed as an expert in the Case of Karsai v. Hungary (Application no. 32312/23) at the European Court of Human Rights in accordance with Rule A5 § 1 of the Annex to the Rules of Court.

She is requested to appear in front of the Court in Strasbourg and to provide her expert opinion on a pending application before the European Court of Human Rights in November.