Lecture

05/09/2011
Welcome by Howard Michael Robinson (Department of Philosophy, CEU) The small dog Bela is rescued as a puppy and raised by a young woman and her
02/22/2011
a lecture by Gábor Klaniczay (CEU Medieval Studies) This seminar will discuss a field which has been among the principal links between
02/15/2011
by Aleksandra Jovicevic, Professor of Theater Studies, La Sapienza University, Rome This lecture is an attempt to explore unfamiliar aspects of
02/01/2011
A theater's journey from Dohány utca's living-room to Squat's storefront in Rotterdam and New York -- from Eastern Europe's counterculture
01/25/2011
Reconstructing seminal avant-garde productions. Pupilia (1969) and Monument G (1972). Guest lecturer: Dusan Jovanović, playwright and theater
01/18/2011
Polish dissident theater. Models of transgression and alternative community by Juliusz Tyszka, Professor of Theater Studies, Univ. A. Mickiewicz,
10/20/2010
Nadine Cohodas, author of biographies of Dinah Washington and Nina Simone, will present a talk on October 20 about the intersecting lives of these
05/19/2010
Join us for a literary reading & reception to celebrate the debut of a collection of poetry & prose created by the CEU community Blank Pages