Syllabi available for courses taught at the

CEU Department of History.



List of Courses by Title:

Amnesia (and) the Heritage of the Past (see Political Science) (Fall 93)
Istvan Rev

Artifacts as Historical Sources in the 19th Century (Fall 95)
Ilona Sarmany-Parsons

Catholic Reform, Protestant Reformation, and the Counter Reformation (Fall 93)
Katalin Peter with T. Baker

Central European Cultural History I. Theory and Methodology with specific Reference to the Situation of Central Europe: Classicism, Romanticism, Historicism 1830-1910 (Fall 94 & Fall 93)
Peter Hanak with I. Sarmany-Parsons

Central European Cultural History II: Avantgarde to Postmodernism (Fall 95)
Peter Hanak with I. Sarmany-Parsons

Central European Cultural History: Everyday Life and Mentality (Fall 95)
Peter Hanak

Central European Cultural History: from Historism to Avantgarde (Winter 96)
Peter Hanak

Comparative Economic History of East-Central Europe part I (Fall 93)
Ivan Berend

Comparative Economic History of East-Central Europe part II (Fall 93)
David Good with I. Berend

Comparative Fascism (Fall 95)
Maria Kovacs

Comparative History of the Family in Early Modern Europe (Winter 94)
Katalin Peter

Comparative History of the family in Early Modern Europe (Winter 96)
Katalin Peter

Comparative Social History in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Fall 92)
Jurgen Kocka with Hannes Siegrist

Comparative Social History in the 19th and 20th Century (Winter 95)
Hannes Siegrist with H. Kaelble

Cultural History of 19th Century Art from the Age of Napoleon to the 1890's (Winter 96)
Ilona Sarmany-Parsons

Distancing the Present: Historical Implication of Distance (Fall 95)
Istvan Rev

Distancing the Present: Historical Implications of Distance (Winter 96)
Istvan Rev

East Central Europe from the Enlightenment till 1867 (Fall 93 & Fall 94)
Andras Gero with P. Hanak

East Central Europe in the 20th Century: Symbolic Geography and Social Identity in East Central Europe (Fall 95)
Sorin Antohi

East Central Europe in the Second World War (Fall 95)
Alfred Rieber

Economic Development of Pre-WWI Central and Eastern Europe (Winter 95)
David Good

Education and Learning in Central Europe (Winter 94, Winter 95)
Viktor Karady

Education and Learning in Central Europe (Winter 96)
Viktor Karady

Ethnogenesis in the Balkans and Central Europe (Fall 92)
Gottfried Schramm

Europe Transformed: History of Europe Between 1870-1918 (Winter 95)
Norman Stone

The Fine Arts of Central Europe
Ilona Sarmany-Parsons

The Habsburg Monarchy in the 18th Century (Fall 93)
Derek Beales with I. Toth

Historical Anthropology (Winter 93)
Roger Chartier

Historical Anthropology (Winter 94)
Jacques Revel

History of Modern Balkans (Winter 96)
Ivo Banac

A History of Modern Romania (Fall 95)
Sorin Antohi

History of Modern Russia (1700-1940) (Winter 96)
Alexey Miller

History of Nobility - reading list (Fall 94)
Gottfried Schramm

History of Politics in Central Europe (Fall 94)
Andras Gero

History of Revisionism (Winter 94)
Istvan Rev

History of the Czech Lands in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Winter 94)
Mileda Polisenska with Jan Havranek

The History of Gender in the Habsburg Monarchy and the Successor States (1867-1930s)
History, Optional - Gender

The History of Modern Russia 1700-1940 (Winter 94)
Alexey Miller

The History of Poland in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Winter 94)
Maciej Janowski with E. Kaczynska

Jews in Central European Social History (Fall 94 & Fall 95)
Viktor Karady

Jews in Modern Central Europe (Fall 93)
Viktor Karady

Jews in Modern Central European Societies (Fall 95)
Viktor Karady

The Making of Modern Europe (Fall 93)
Edna Lemay with L. Kontler, J. Osmond and I. Toth

The Making of Modern Europe (Fall 94)
Edna Lemay with I. Toth and L. Kontler

Making of Modern Ukraine (Winter 96)
Yaroslav Hrytsak

Model of Coexistence in Central Europe: The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy 1948-19 (Winter 96)
Andras Gero

Modernization and Changes in the Social and Economic Structure of East-Central Europe (1867-1918) (Winter 95)
Maria Kovacs with Peter Hanak

A Modern History of the Balkans (Fall 93)
Stephen Fischer-Galati

Modernism and Modernity in European Art (Winter 96)
Ilona Sarmany-Parsons

Modernization and Changes in the Social and Economic Structure of East Central Europe (Fall 94)
Peter Hanak with A. Gero

Modernization in Eastern Europe Under Imperial and Post-Imperial Order (Fall 94)
Alexey Miller with S. Fischer-Galati and D. Mishkova

Modernization in Eastern Europe: A Modern History of the Balkans and History of Russia - part II (Winter 95)
Alexey Miller with Stephen Fischer-Galati

Modernization in Eastern Europe: Modern Balkan and Russian History (Fall 94)
Stephen Fischer-Galati with A. Miller and D. Mishkova

National Symbols in Central Eastern Europe (Winter 96)
Andras Gero

Nationalism and Prejudice in East Central Europe (Fall 95)
Viktor Karady

Nationalism and Prejudices in East Central Europe (Jewish Question, Holocaust)
Viktor Karady

Nationalism, Post-Communist Political Systems, and State Disintegration - lecture readings (Winter 95)
George Schopflin

Nations and Minorities in European History (Fall 95)
Maria Kovacs

Oral History of Modern East Central Europe (Winter 96)
Alfred Rieber

"The Other Sex": Social History of Gender in Central Europe (1867-1930) (Winter 96)
Susan Zimmermann

Paris Peace Settlement. Interwar Central Europe 1919-1933. Facism in Central Europe (Winter 94)
Stephen Fischer-Galati

Political Thought and Political Systems in Early Modern Europe (Fall 93)
Laszlo Kontler

Pre-Modern Ideologies Among the South-Slavs (15th - Early 16th Centuries) (Fall 95)
Drago Roksandic

The Prehistory of Postcommunism (Fall 92)
Istvan Rev

Problems of Historiography (Fall 95)
Alfred Rieber

Public Lecture: A Political Centaur? An Attempt at a Paradigm of Post-Communism (Fall 95)
George Schopflin

Revolutions in Early Modern Europe (Winter 94)
Laszlo Kontler

Revolutions in Early Modern Europe (Fall 95)
Laszlo Kontler

Russian Foreign Policy in the 20th Century (Winter 96)
Alfred Rieber

Sociability and Political Society: Topics in Early Modern Intellectual History (Winter 96)
Edward Hundert with L. Kontler

Social and Cultural History: Comparative Analysis of Western and Central Europe (1500-1800) (Winter 96)
Istvan Toth

Social and Economic History of the Habsburg Monarchy and the Central European Modernity (1848-1918) (Fall 95)
Susan Zimmermann

Social History and Everyday life in Austria 1967 to 1934 (Winter 94)
Roman Sandgruber with M. John and S. Zimmermann

Social History of Romania (Winter 94)
Dinu Giurescu

Social History of Romania (Winter 95)
Dinu Giurescu

The Social Structure of the Habsburg Monarchy (Fall 95)
Istvan Toth

Stories of Limits and Place: Comparative Cultural Resistance in Central Europe (Fall 95)
Jirina Smejkalova

Structure of Society: Comparative Analysis of Western and Central Europe 1500-1800 - seminar (Winter 94 &Winter 95)
Istvan Toth

Structure of Society: Comparative Analysis of Western and Eastern Europe 1500-1800,
History, Optional - Early Modern

Tolerance and Intolerance in Multi-Religious Communities: Hapsburg Lands, Venetian Republic and Ottoman Empire in 16th and 17th Centuries (Fall 95)
Drago Roksandic

Trial and Error (see also Political Science) (Fall 94)
Istvan Rev

Typologies of Nationalism (Fall 94)
Peter Hanak

Typologies of Nationalism - lecture readings list (Fall 94)
Benedict Anderson

Women in Eastern Europe, Women's Rights and Wrongs, Comparative Analysis of Women's Place in the Society in the Second Half of 20th Century in Eastern Europe (Winter 94)
Andrea Peto

Working Classes and Nomenklatura After 1945 in Central Europe: New Approaches and Methods in Social History (Fall 94)
Andrea Peto

Working Class and Nomenclature After 1945: New Approaches and Methods in Social History (Fall 95)
Andrea Peto

World War II and the Soviet Block
George Schopflin

Writing Women's History in East Central Europe (Winter 95)
Andrea Peto

Writing Women's History in East Central Europe (Winter 96)
Andrea Peto


List of Courses by Professor:

Benedict Anderson
Typologies of Nationalism - lecture readings list (Fall 94)

Sorin Antohi
East Central Europe in the 20th Century: Symbolic Geography and Social Identity in East Central Europe (Fall 95)
A History of Modern Romania (Fall 95)

Ivo Banac
History of Modern Balkans (Winter 96)

Derek Beales
Habsburg Monarchy in the 18th Century (see I. G. Toth) (Fall 93)

Ivan Berend
Comparative Economic History of East-Central Europe part I (with D. Good, part II) (Fall 93)

Roger Chartier
Historical Anthropology (Winter 93)

Stephen Fischer-Galati
A Modern History of the Balkans (Fall 93)
Modernization in Eastern Europe: Modern Balkan and Russian History (with A. Miller and D. Mishkova) (Fall 94)
Modernization in Eastern Europe: A Modern History of the Balkans and History of Russia - part II (with Alexey Miller) (Winter 95)
Paris Peace Settlement, Interwar Central Europe 1919-1933, Fascism in Central Europe (Winter 94)

Andras Gero
East Central Europe from the Enlightenment till 1867 (with P. Hanak) (Fall 93)
History of Politics in Central Europe (Fall 94)
Model of Coexistence in Central Europe: the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy 1948-1919 (Winter 96)
National Symbols in Central Eastern Europe (Winter 96)

Dinu Giurescu
Social History of Romania (Winter 94)
Social History of Romania (Winter 95)

David Good
Comparative Economic History of East-Central Europe part II (see I. Berend part I) (Fall 93)
Economic Development of Pre-WWI Central and Eastern Europe (Winter 95)

Peter Hanak
Central European Cultural History: from Historism to Avangarde (Winter 96)
Central European Cultural History I: Theory and Methodology of Classicism, Romanticism, Historicism 1830-1910 (with I. Sarmany) (Fall 93)
Central European Cultural History II: Avantgarde to Postmodernism (with I. Sarmany) (Fall 95)
East Central Europe from the Enlightenment till 1867 (with A. Gero) (Fall 93)
Modernization and Changes in the Social and Economic Structure of East Central Europe (with A. Gero) (Fall 94)
Modernization and Changes in the Social and Economic Structure of East Central Europe 1867-1918 (with Maria Kovac) (Winter 95)
Typologies of Nationalism (Fall 94)

Jan Havranek
History of the Czech Lands in the 19th and 20th centuries (with M. Polisenska) (Winter 94)

Yaroslav Hrytsak
Making of Modern Ukraine (Winter 96)

Edward J. Hundert
Sociability and the Political Society: Topics of Early Modern Intellectual History (with Laszlo Kontler) (Winter 96)

Maciej Janowski
The History of Poland in the 19th and 20th Centuries (see E. Kaczynska) (Winter 94)

Elizabeta Kaczynska
The History of Poland in the 19th and 20th Centuries (with M. Janowski) (Winter 94)

Viktor Karady
Elite Education and Learning in Central Europe (Winter 96)
Education and Learning in Central Europe (Winter 96)
Jews in East-Central European Social History: The Jewish Question and the Holocaust, Nationalism and Prejudices (Fall 94)
Jews in Modern Central Europe (Fall 93)
Jews in Modern Central European Societies (Fall 95)
Nationalism and Prejudices in East Central Europe (Jewish Question, Holocaust)
Nationalism and Prejudice in East Central Europe (Fall 95)

Jurgen Kocka
Comparative Social History in the 19th and 20th Centuries (with H. Siegrist) (Fall 92)

Laszlo Kontler
The Making of Modern Europe (see Jonathan Osmond. Gy. Toth and E. Lemay) (Fall 94)
Political Thought and Political Systems in Early Modern Europe (Fall 93)
Revolutions in Early Modern Europe (Winter 94)
Revolutions in Early Modern Europe (Fall 95)
Sociability and Political Society: Topics in Early Modern Intellectuwal History (with Edward Hundert) (Winter 96)

Maria Kovacs
Comparative Fascism (Fall 95)
Modernization and Changes in the Social and Economic Structure of East-Central Europe (1867-1918) (with P. Hanak) (Winter 95)
Nations and Minorities in European History (Fall 95)

Edna Lemay
The Making of Modern Europe (see Istvan Toth) (Fall 93)
The Making of Modern Europe (with I. Toth and L. Kontler) (Fall 94)

Alexey Miller
The History of Modern Russia 1700-1940 (Winter 94)
History of Modern Russia (1700-1940) (Winter 96)
Modernization in Eastern Europe under Imperial and Post-Imperial Order (with S. Fischer-Galati and D. Mishkova) (Fall 94)

Diana Mishkova
Modernization in Eastern Europe Under Imperial and Post-Imperial Order(see A. Miller) (Fall 94)

Katalin Peter
Catholic Reform, Protestant Reformation, and the Counter Reformation (with T. Baker) (Fall 93)
Comparative History of the Family in Early Modern Europe (Winter 94)
Comparative History of the Family in Early Modern Europe (Winter 96)

Andrea Peto
Women in Eastern Europe, Women's Rights and Wrongs. Comparative Analysis of Women's Working Class and Nomenclature After 1945: New Approaches and Methods in Social History (Winter 94)
Working Classes and Nomenklatura after 1945 in Central Europe: New Approaches and Methods in Social History (Fall 94)
Working Classes and Nomenklatura after 1945 in Central Europe: New Approaches and Methods in Social History (Fall 94)
Writing Women's History in East Central Europe (Winter 95)
Place in the Society in the Second Half of 20th Century in Eastern Europe (Winter 94)
Writing Women's History in East Central Europe (Winter 96)

Mileda Polisenska
History of the Czech Lands in the 19th and 20th centuries (see J. Havranek) (Winter 94)

Istvan Rev
Amnesia (and) the Heritage of the Past (see Political Science) (Fall 93)
Distancing the Present: Historical Implication of Distance (Fall 95)
Distancing the Present: Historical Implications of Distance (Winter 96)
History of Revisionism (Winter 94)
The Prehistory of Postcommunism (Fall 92)
Trial and Error (see also Political Science) (Fall 94)

Jacques Revel
Historical Anthropology (Winter 94)

Alfred Rieber
East Central Europe in the Second World War (Fall 95)
Oral History of Modern East Central Europe (Winter 96)
Problems of Historiography (Fall 95)
Russian Foreign Relations in the 20th Century (Winter 96)

Drago Roksandic
Pre-Modern Ideologies Among the South-Slavs (Fall 95)
Tolerance and Intolerance in Multi-Religious Communities, Hapsburg Lands, Venetian Republic and Ottoman Empire (Fall 95)

Roman Sandgruber
Social History and Everyday life in Austria 1967 to 1934 (with Michael John, Susan Zimmermann) (Winter 94)

Ilona Sarmany-Parsons
Artifacts as Historical Sources in the 19th Century (Fall 95)
Central European Cultural History: Theory and Methodology of Classicism, Romanticism, Historicism 1830-1910 (see P. Hanak) (Fall 93)
Central European Cultural History II: Avantgarde to Postmodernism (see P. Hanak) (Fall 95)
Cultural History of 19th Century Art from the Age of Napoleon to the 1890's (Winter 96)
Modernism and Modernity in European Art (Winter 96)
The Fine Arts of Central Europe

George Schopflin
Nationalism, Post-Communist Political Systems, and State Disintegration - lecture readings (Winter 95)
Political Centaur: An attempt at a Paradigm of Post-Communism (Public Lecture) (Fall 95)
World War and the Soviet Block

Gottfried Schramm
Ethnogenesis in the Balkans and Central Europe (Fall 92)
History of Nobility - reading list (Fall 94)

Hannes Siegrist
Comparative Social History in the 19th and 20th Centuries (see J.Kocka) (Fall 92)
Comparative Social History in the 19th and 20th Century (with Hartmut Kaelble) (Winter 95)

Jirina Smejkalova
Stories of Limits and Place: Comparative Cultural Resistance in Central Eastern Europe (Fall 95)

Norman Stone
Europe Transformed: History of Europe Between 1870-1918 (Winter 95)

Istvan Gyorgy Toth
The Habsburg Monarchy in the 18th Century (Fall 93)
The Making of Modern Europe (with J. Osmond, L. Kontler and E. Lemay) (Fall 93)
Social and Cultural history: Comparative Analyses of Western and Central Europe (1500-1800) (Winter 96)
The Social Structure of the Habsburg Monarchy (Winter 95)
Structure of Society: Comparative Analysis of Western and Central Europe 1500-1800 - seminar (Winter 94)

Susan Zimmermann
"The Other Sex": Social History of Gender in Central Europe (1867-1930) (Winter 95)
Social History and Everyday Life in Austria 1867 to 1934 (see R. Sandgruber and M. John) (Winter 94)
Social and Economic History of the Habsburg Monarchy and the Central European Modernity (1848-1918) (Fall 95)

History, Optional - Early Modern
Structure of Society: Comparative Analysis of Western and Eastern Europe 1500-1800

History, Optional - Gender
The History of Gender in the Habsburg Monarchy and the Successor States (1867-1930s)


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