We are particularly pleased to advertise these PhD positions as the type of comparative research they suggest fit very well with what Archives Portal Europe can offer to the researchers.
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The Department of History at Central European University (CEU) offers students interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives on history from the late medieval period to the present. It is recognized for its innovative approaches to research and teaching and as a center for outstanding research advancing comparative and transnational history on empirical and theoretical grounds. Our international faculty offers expertise that extends from early modern history to the comparative study of totalitarian regimes in the 20th century, as well as the post-communist period; from numerous aspects of social, cultural and intellectual history to comparative religious, visual and archival studies.
CEU is an English-language, graduate university located in Vienna, and accredited both in Austria and the United States. It is committed to attracting talented students and scholars from around the world and take pride in the fact that there is no dominant nationality on campus. Our student/faculty ratio is 8:1, allowing for small, discussion-based seminars and close guidance from faculty members.
Scholarships and Application Deadline
The deadline to apply for admission for the 2021-22 academic year is February 1, 2021.
Master of Arts in Comparative History (One Year)
Master of Arts in Comparative History: From 1500 to the Present (Two Years)
Master of Arts in European Women’s and Gender History [MATILDA] (Two Years)
Master of Arts in “History in the Public Sphere” [HIPS] (Two Years)
Doctor of Philosophy in Comparative History
Additional Certificates in Various Specializations
Eastern Mediterranean Studies, Jewish Studies, Political Thought, Religious Studies, Visual Theory and Practice, and Archives and Evidentiary Practices (in collaboration with the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives).
Selected Areas of Research
Early modern cultural and political history
Comparative history of Habsburg, Ottoman, and Russian empires
Comparative religious studies
History of nationalism and national movements
Comparative history of fascism
Comparative history of communism
History of political thought
Social and labor history
Soviet and post-Soviet studies
Transnational and global history
History of science