Events

The Department of International Relations regularly hosts and co-host public lectures, book launches, panel discussions and seminars. We cordially invite you to our events which will be held on CEU Vienna campus. Registration for all events is required. It's also possible to follow the events on Zoom, but we strongly prefer on-site participation. More information on each event can be found on the CEU event hub, in the event section.  
Click on the titles to learn more about each event, to find a Zoom link, and register for participation

Please come back to this page as it is continually updated with further events which are in the process of being confirmed.

 Academic Year 2023-24 (Winter and Spring term)

DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

NINA TANNENWALD / The Nuclear Order after the Russian War on Ukraine /
17 JANUARY, 17:30-19:00 / QS B319 / co-organized with the ConSec Research Group


RESEARCH HUB LAUNCH EVENT

ALEXANDER ETKINDSecuritization Beyond Constructivism: How to Understand Petroagression in the Era of Decarbonization25 JANUARY, 17:30-19:30 / QS A419 / organized by the OSUN Hub for the Politics of the Anthropocene  


BROWNBAG SEMINAR

IVAN NIKOLOVSKI / Making the Nation’s Red Lines: The Role of Macedonian Intellectuals in Bulgaria-North Macedonia Dispute over History, Memory and Identity/ 29 JANUARY, 12:30-13:30 /QS B319


WORKSHOP

Workshop on Memory Politics and the Russo-Ukrainian War8-9 FEBRUARY / QS D002  


DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

KATERYNA ZAREMBO / "Smartphone resilience: ICT in Ukrainian civic response to the Russian full scale invasion" / 21 FEBRUARY, 15:30-17:00 / QS C419


BOOK LAUNCH EVENT

BÁLINT MAGYAR AND BÁLINT MADLOVICS / "Structural changes of the regime in Ukraine and the possible outcomes of the war" / 21 FEBRUARY, 17:30-19:00 / QS AUDITORIUM / co-organized with CEU Press


DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

RALUCA-OANA CSERNATONI / "Catalysts of Change: Charting the International and European Techno-Politics of Artificial Intelligence? / 28 FEBRUARY, 15:40-17:20 / QS B319


GUEST SPEAKER TALK

STEVE SAIDEMAN / "Is Anyone Guarding the Guardians? / 6 MARCH, 17:30-19:00 /
QS D001 
/ co-organized with the ConSec Research Group


GUEST SPEAKER TALK

MATTEO FUMAGALLI / "The ‘Leninist path to capitalism’? State transformation, authoritarian durability and the internationalisation of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic / 12 MARCH, 17:30-19:00 / QS B319 / co-organized with the Political Economy Research Group 


GUEST SPEAKER TALK

MICHAEL J. SHAPIRO / "The Bio- and Geopolitics of Rooms? / 20 MARCH, 17:30-19:00 / QS B319 / co-organized with the Global Politics and Practice Research Group 


GUEST SPEAKER TALK

ANNA KHAKEE / "The layering of norms: Liberal vs. colonial norms in the collection and calculation of international aid statistics / 21 MARCH, 17:30-19:00 / QS D001 / co-organized with the Political Economy Research Group 


GUEST SPEAKER TALK

NATALIA CHABAN/Public diplomacy and geopolitics:  Case of the EU-Ukraine public diplomacy applying perceptual approach / 26 MARCH, 17:30-19:00 / QS B319 


CONFERENCE

"(Re)searching Power -- Emerging Approaches Across Disciplines”  / 19th Annual Doctoral Conference / 17-19 APRIL


GUEST SPEAKER TALK

RONALD R. KREBS / “Comparative National Exceptionalisms: Notes on an Inchoate Research Agenda / 6 MAY, 17:30-19:00 / QS D001


CONFERENCE

Exploring the New Intersections of Capitalism, Development, and Democracy through the Scholarship of Bela Greskovits / 10 MAY / QS AUDITORIUM / co-organized with the Political Economy Research Group