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Profiles of selected CEU alumni
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Head of the Nature Conservation Department at the Public Institution Galichitsa National Park, Ohrid, Macedonia
Oliver Avramoski received an MSc in Ecology and Taxonomy at the University of St Cyril and Methodius, Skopje in 1999. He then worked as a freelance expert in participatory watershed management in the transboundary basin of Ohrid and Prespa Lakes (Macedonia, Albania and Greece). In 2002 Oliver received an MSc degree in Environmental Sciences and Policy at CEU. In the following period he was involved in participatory conservation management in Macedonian national parks while pursuing his doctoral research on the integration of the concept of place into the theory and practice of ecosystem management. In December 2011 he received a PhD degree in Environmental Sciences and Policy at CEU.
Peter graduated in 2004, the title of his dissertation was:
Freedom of the Media in Hungary, 1990–2002
(supervisor: Miklos Sukosd)
Currently lives in Oxford, United Kingdom and works at the Department of Politics and International Relations as a Senior Research Fellow with "Media and Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe", a European Research Council project (October 2009-September 2013)
Grants, awards, other major achievements:
Hungarian Pulitzer Memorial Award (2002) for the monograph "Magyarországi médiaháboru" [Hungary's Media War", 2001]
P. Bajomi-Lazar, “From Political Propaganda to Political Marketing. Changing Media Politics in Central and Eastern Europe,” in Fighting Windmills. A Retrospective on 20 Years of Media Transformation in the Post-Communist World, ed. P. Gross and K. Jakubowicz (New York: Peter Lang, in print).
P. Bajomi-Lazar, V. Stetka and M. Sukosd, “Public Service Television in the European Union Countries: Old Issues, New Challenges in the ‘East’ and the ‘West’,” in Trends in Communication Policy Research. New Theories, Methods and Subjects, ed. M. Puppis and N. Just, 355–380 (Bristol, UK & Chicago, US: Intellect Books).
P. Bajomi-Lazar, “Audience Resistance: Reasons to Relax Content Regulation,” in Media Freedom and Pluralism. Media Policy Challenges in the Enlarged Europe, ed. Beata Klimkiewicz, 175–192 (Budapest & New York: Central European University Press).
P. Bajomi-Lazar, “The Hungarian Journalism Education Landscape,” in European Journalism Education, ed. G. Terzis, 421–432 (Bristol, UK & Chicago, US: Intellect Books, 2009).
P. Bajomi-Lazar, “The consolidation of media freedom in post-communist countries,” in Finding the Right Place on the Map. Central and Eastern European Media Change in a Global Perspective, ed. K Jakubowicz & M. Sükösd, 73–84 (The University of Chicago Press, 2008).
P. Bajomi-Lazar & M. Sükösd, “Media Policies and Media Politics in East Central Europe: Issues and Trends 1989-2008”, in Communications and Cultural Policies in Europe, ed. I. F. Alonso & M. de Moragas, Miquel, 249-269 (Barcelona: Municipality of Catalunya, 2008).
She obtained her Ph.D. at the Central European University, Department of Medieval Studies in 2004.
Since 2003 she has been research fellow at the University of Padova. Here she worked upon three main research topics: 1) The study of cemeteries from a gender perspective deals with problems as social construction, examining with particular attention its relation to both ethnicity and migration in late antiquity and Early Middle Ages. 2) Demography, mortality and life styles of the Early Middle Ages. 3) History of barbarian archaeology, with particular attention to the 19th and 20th centuries.
Between 2003 and 2006 she regularly taught at the school of archaeology of the University of Padova.
In 2008 she was research fellow at the Academy of Sciences of Vienna, in the frame of the Wittgenstein project, coordinated by W. Pohl.
Since 1990, she worked on different archaeological excavations in Italy and abroad.
Visiting FacultyPhD degree awarded
PhD degree awarded
PhD degree awarded
Magdalena is a graduated PhD student at Political Science Department. She holds an MA degree in European Studies from Adam Mickiewicz Uniwersity, Poland, and in Political Science from Central European University.
Magdalena's dissertation focuses on transnational cooperation between trade unions from Western and Central-Eastern Europe. Her other research interests include industrial relations in Europe, labor and postcommunist transition and political economy of EU's Eastern enlagrement.
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Anikó is a PhD candidate in Economics at CEU. She is an assistant professor at the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, and an affiliate fellow at CERGE-EI, Prague. She has teaching experience in econometrics, mathematics, and microeconomics.
Her research interests are economics of aging, health economics, and applied econometrics.