The lecture „Empire, nation and nationalism in Danubian Central Europe, 1905-1925” is going to be held by Miklós Lojkó, Habil. Associate Professor at the Faculty of Humanities of ELTE, on 24 November (Wednesday), at 6:00 PM CET.
The lecture series „What’s new in science” is organised by the International Alumni Chapter as part of the ELTE Alumni Academy, which focuses on the annual theme of the CENTRAL Network „Central-Europe: what unites and divides us?”.
More information and registration at the event website.
CENTRAL is a vivid partnership between five renowned Central European universities, all located in the capitals of their home countries: Berlin, Budapest, Prague, Vienna, and Warsaw. Under the CENTRAL umbrella, diverse research and outreach activities take place, in all fields. They provide a platform for scientific discussion and exchange. Combining their efforts, they make the academic discourse of the CEE region more visible within Europe, and beyond.