Teaching at CEU takes place in an environment committed to academic excellence.
CEU’s international faculty come from over 30 countries. More than 130 permanent and 170 visiting professors and instructors ensure that students benefit from a rich diversity of ideas, expertise and teaching styles. In addition, many of CEU’s faculty were active in laying the foundations for the university’s own internationally-recognized Research Centers.
Below is the directory of selected CEU faculty. You can refine your search by using the options in the right column.
I am a linguist. My research is on language and cognition. I obtained my PhD in Linguistics from the Theoretical Linguistics Program, Eötvös Loránd University in 2005. I have published on categories, mainly case, aspect, modality, evidentiality, negation, and verb classes. My recent research focuses on evidentiality and generics.
His research interest includes combinatorics, discrete and computational geometry, and complexity theory.
Academic Writing Instructor
Eszter joined the Writing Center in 2002, and has worked with students of Political Science, History, Legal Studies, Sociology and Environmental Sciences. She has also been involved in doing outreach work in the region, including Lithuania, Russia and Ukraine. She has also taught writing courses for Hungarian universities and the Hungarian National Bank. Prior to joining CEU she worked for ELTE, the Bell Language School and the College for Foreign Trade.
Prof. Timár’s research interests include literature and queer theory, sexuality, literary theory, deconstruction, performativity, embodiment and political philosophy, discourses of friendship and fraternity. She teaches courses on queer theory, performativity, and prostitution. Her current work primarily focuses on the multifaceted links between the figure of the post-Revolutionary citizen and the modern figure of the (male) homosexual; related projects focus on the role of 19th century nationalism in the development of discourses of homosexuality and current Hungarian homophobia, other projects focus on deconstructive approaches to questions of embodiment,
ProfessorHead of Department
Gabor's research interest is primarily in the interaction between voting behavior and the performance of democratic institutions. He is also interested in public opinion, survey methodology, and East European politics. He is co-author of Post-Communist Party Systems: Competition, Representation, and Inter-Party Cooperation (Cambridge University Press, 1999), and author or co-author of over five dozen articles on electoral behaviour, public opinion, political parties and democratic consolidation in edited volumes, political science and sociology journals.
Associate ProfessorSocial and Cultural Anthropology
Davide Torsello was trained in socio-cultural anthropology at academic institutions of different countries (Italy, Japan, UK, Germany, Hungary), and the variety of their theoretical and methodological perspectives exerted an everlasting influence on his scientific profile. Through over ten years of ethnographic fieldwork research experience mostly in Central Eastern Europe, in Italy and Japan, he developed sensitivity for investigating trust, corruption, informal economy, interpersonal and power relations, performance of government institutions and organizations and has been able to construct case studies based on the use of different research methodologies. He has extensive teaching experience at BA, MA, and PhD level.
Professor at the University of Bergamo, he taught also at: University of Milan Bicocca, University of Roma Tre, Charles University in Prague, Comenius University Bratislava, American University of Richmond, UK and at University of Hirosaki, Japan.
Academic Writing Instructor
Agnes teaches Academic Writing in the Departments of International Relations, Public Policy, Environmental Sciences and Policy, Economic Policy, Sociology and Legal Studies. In collaboration with OSF, she delivered an outreach course on research writing for CARTI academics in Turkey in 2012. Prior to joining CEU in 2010, she taught Academic Writing, ESP, Communication and Specialist Translation at Eötvös Lóránd University and Szent István University for 10 years. She has also been working as a freelance translator and proofreader for publishing companies and magazines. Her qualifications include an MA in English Language and Literature and a degree in Translation with a specialization in Social Sciences. Most recently, she earned a postgraduate degree in Business Coaching and is dedicated to helping people achieve their highest possible level of excellence.
Academic Writing Instructor
Zsuzsanna teaches Academic Writing in the Departments of IRES and Political Science at CEU. She has taught ESP, EFL, Culture Studies and Specialist Translation courses at Szent Istvan University and worked with undergraduate and graduate students of Social Sciences, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Mechanical Engineering as well as Communication and Media Studies. She holds an MA in English Language and Literature from Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest and a postgraduate degree in Specialist Translation.
Associate ProfessorHead of the 1YMA Program
Balázs Trencsényi has been teaching at CEU since 2004. He also serves as Co-Director of Pasts, Inc., Center for Historical Studies. He is Associate Editor of East Central Europe, published by Brill. His main fields of interest are: history of political thought in Central and Southeastern Europe, history of historiography and nationalism studies. Currently he is Principal Investigator of the international research project, "Negotiating Modernity. History of Modern Political Thought in East Central Europe," supported by the European Research Council.
Accounting, Finance and Economics AreasAcademic Director of Master's in Finance Program
Anna Turner, Ph.D. has her M. Sc. in Economics from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration (BUESPA). She has been teaching for 12 years, both graduate and undergraduate level. Her courses include financial accounting, cost accounting, business economics and financial management.
Her experience in teaching includes in the Corvinus University (Budapest), Wirschaftuniversitaet Wien (Vienna, Austria), Számalk (Budapest), Middlesex University (London, UK) and the CEU Business School. She also experienced in training professionals and delivering corporate courses.
Her PhD dissertation focused on Maximising Shareholder Value in Eastern Europe. She was awarded a summa cum laude doctoral diploma. Her area of research is value based-measures and value-based management. She is a co-writer of a book about shareholder value, published in 2006.
She is the Coordinator for the Accounting, Finance and Economics Ares of study.
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