Soyalism – Or How We Are Fed

This is an event for screening the film Soyalism (Java Films, 2018, directed by Stefano Liberti, Enrico Parenti.) and to discuss in a roundtable format how global crises can be analyzed critically and systematically in global social studies. The event is related to the launching of the program MA in Sociology specializing on Global Social Studies. 5 December, 7:00–9:00 PM Corvinus University, C Building, Room 510 Közraktár u. 4–6., 1093 Budapest The roundtable discussion includes Merve Burçak Ketene (PhD Candidate, CUB, Alexandra Köves, Senior Lecturer, CUB), Kristóf Nagy (PhD Candidate, CEU, Editor of the journal Fordulat) and Attila Melegh (Associate Professor, CUB). The event is moderated

Lenin on Global History and the Global Historiography on Lenin

Keynote Lecture on the Fifth European Congress on World and Global History (European Congress European Network in Universal and Global History, ENIUGH) 31 August, 2017 at Corvinus University, Budapest The event was co-organized by Central European University and the Historical Institute at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Lenin on Global Historiography and the Global Historiography on Lenin On the 100th anniversary of the Great Russian Revolution it is worth remembering Lenin's analysis of global and local history not only because he shaped global history but because he provided an analitical framework. Lenin’s analysis is an important component of the history of the revolution and its int

Perspectives on International Aid and Development in the 21st Century

Lectures and roundtable discussion organized by Karl Polanyi Research Centre for Global Social Studies Time: 9 December 2019, 6 PM Venue: Corvinus University of Budapest, 4–6 Közraktár u., 1093 Budapest, Lecture Room 510 Facebook event Participants: Tomáš Profant: Postcolonial Perspectives on International Development Tomáš Profant is a research fellow at the Institute of International Relations in Prague and a lecturer at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava. His new book, ‘New Donors on the Postcolonial Crossroads’ uses a novel double postcolonial perspective, examining North–South relations and East–West relations simultaneously, and problematizin

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