Dora Piroska wins two-year FWF research grant

December 11, 2023

"Financing Growth Model Change in Europe's Periphery"

Congratulations to Professor Dora Piroska, who has just won a two-year research grant from the Austrian Science Foundation

Epistemic security and the redemptive hegemony of magical realism

November 7, 2023

In her recently published article Xymena Kurowska draws on theories of ritual to develop the concept of epistemic security as a form of ontological security-seeking through practices of knowledge production.




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Prof. Greskovits keynote on post-Polanyian logics of racial capitalisms

October 18, 2023
Bela Greskovits keynote

This key-note presentation is part of the ‘Exploring Racial Capitalism: Critical Romani Studies in Central and Eastern Europe' Conference that is taking place online between 19 - 21 October. You can find out here more about this conference: 

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New Directions in the Study of Populism in International Relations

September 22, 2023

A newly published forum article in International Studies Review, co-authored by department faculty members Erin K. Jenne and Chris D. LaRoche, posits that populism needs to be viewed  as a phenomenon of international relations rather than simply a factor of foreign policy and goes on to identify specific directions of study for the future.



Erzsebet Strausz awarded CLASP Fellowship

September 18, 2023

Erzsebet Strausz awarded CLASP Fellowship


Assistant Professor Erzsebet Strausz has been selected to be a member of the Center for Liberal Arts and Sciences Pedagogy (CLASP) Fellows Cohort ’25.