RGPP is looking for Academic Mentors to teach in the 2017-2018 AY

The Roma Graduate Preparation Program is looking to recruit academic mentors to teach courses in the following fields for the 2017-2018 Academic Year:

Roma Access Programs is Looking for Two Program Coordinators

Full-time Program Coordinator

Roma Access Programs (RAP)

The Roma Access Programs at Central European University invites applications for two full-time Program Coordinator positions.

Starting Date: As soon as possible

"The Roma as the Concept of the Stranger " key note speech by Maria Bogdan at the RGPP Student Presentations 2016-2017

 As a media theorist my main focus is to understand the modern forms of racism against Roma in Hungary through the images that are represented in the Hungarian media. The basis of my theoretical and analytical approach are cultural studies and within I especially focus on the representation theory (Stuart Hall), postcolonialism (Spivak), poststructuralism (Derrida) and the theories of the stranger.

Roma Leaders, U.S. Senator Gather at CEU for Workshop on Empowering Minorities

Eleven Roma leaders and U.S. State Senator Kevin Killer gathered at CEU May 22-23, 2017 to discuss political narratives regarding minorities at the workshop and panel discussion entitled “Empowering Roma Young Leaders to Shape Inclusive Narratives.” The event was part of a project by Roland Ferkovics within the context of the German Marshall Fund of the United States’ (GMF) Office of Transatlantic Leadership Initiatives, and was supported by the GMF and CEU’s Roma in European Societies Initiative.

Critical Approaches to Romani Studies at CEU

On May 25, 2017, an international two-day event, Critical Approaches to Romani Studies, convened at Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. Hosted by the Roma in European Societies (RES)initiative, this international conference sought to explore how Roma have begun to overcome exclusion from knowledge production by using critical theories and methods to reshape academic and research narratives on Roma.