MINELRES: CfA: CEU Summer University 2003

MINELRES moderator minelres@lists.delfi.lv
Tue Nov 5 08:00:50 2002

Original sender: Sarolta Szabo <Szabos@ceu.hu>

Dear Colleague,

We would like to solicit your help to promote the Central European
University (CEU) summer program among your colleagues, your contacts or
any interested academics and professionals.

The Summer University (SUN) is an academic program for university
teachers, researchers, administrators and professionals. It offers a
series of intensive two and three-week courses in the social sciences
and humanities to encourage and promote regional academic co-operation
and curriculum development by drawing together young faculty in
lectures, seminars and workshops.

Please find enclosed the flyer and the course description/s of the
course/s that may be of particular interest to you.

Applications should be received no later than January 15, 2003.
Fee-paying applications can be submitted continuously until June 1.

For further information you can contact our SUN office (summeru@ceu.hu),
write to our automatic e-mail account to receive an application form
(sunreq@ceu.hu), or visit our WEB site
(http://www.ceu.hu/sun/sunindx.html) where you can find the application
form and the description of each course. Applicants are encouraged to
apply online at https://online.ceu.hu/osun/osun/form.jsp and send the
attachments via regular mail by the January 15 deadline.

Thank you for your kind assistance.

Sincerely yours,

Sarolta Szabo (Ms)
Program Co-ordinator
CEU/Summer University, 
1051 Budapest, Zrinyi u. 14.
E-mail: szabos@ceu.hu, 
Phone: (36-1) 327-3811,
Fax: (36-1)327-3124

>From the moderator: Attachments omitted because of size. All relevant
information can be obtained online at the website mentioned above. The
program will offer, inter alia, the following courses in 2003:

Anthropology, Cultural Studies and Visual Culture
Violence and Culture: Rethinking Ethnic, Religious and Nationalist
Conflict in the Post Cold War Context. 
June 30 -  July 11
Course Director: Andrew Herscher, Harvard Design School, Cambridge, USA 

Anthropology and History
The Roma: Bringing Together Historical, Anthropological and Linguistic
July 7 -  25
Course Director: Michael Stewart, University College London, UK 

International Relations
Globalizations, Anti-globalizations and IGO - Civil Society Partnerships
in a Multi-ethnic World 
July 14 -  July 25 (Distance Learning Segment: July 1-13)
Course Directors: Roger Coate, University of South Carolina, USA,
Timothy Shaw, University of London, UK  

Legal Studies           
Managing Conflict and Fostering Democratic Dialogue (In co-operation
with Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York and Hamline University
School of Law, Minnesota)       
July 7 -  July 25
Course Directors:       
Csilla Kollonay Lehoczky, Central European University, Budapest,
Lela P. Love, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York, USA  

Nationalism Studies             
Ethnic Relations and Democratization in Eastern Europe (Secession,
Federalism and Minority Rights) 
June 30 -  July 18
Course Director: Maria M. Kovacs, Central European University, Budapest,

Political Science               
Toleration and Multiculturalism: Western and Eastern Perspectives       
July 7 - 18
Course Director: Matt Matravers, University of York, UK