Lecture by Judit Takács, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR), April 24, 2015. Click here for more>>
Jour fixe 33 :: Maria Dicenzo: Challenging Theories of Abeyance: Feminist Activism in the Interwar Years in Britain
Thursday 16 April, 1pm
Tomasz Inglot – Christina Rat – Dorottya Szikra:
Welfare states and families in a transforming Europe since 1945
A comparison of Hungary, Poland, and Romania
European Review of History, (22)1, 161-175.
Edited by Júlia Szalai and Violetta Zentai. Published by CEU Center for Policy Studies.
Jour fixe 26 :: Playing with Science: Sexual Citizenship and the Roman Catholic Church Counter-narratives in Slovenia
2 october, 1p.m.
Institute for Sociology, CSS HAS, Hegedüs Room (Budapest I. Úri u. 49)
Book launch: Migrant, Roma and Post-Colonial Youth in Education across Europe: Being ‘Visibly Different’
Sociological issues of Central Europe