Rector’s Lecture Series
Comparative Approaches to Abrahamic Religions, May 2012 – May 2013
Rector’s Lecture Series Comparative Approaches to Abrahamic Religions May 2012 – May 2013 This five-lecture series provides a vibrant dialogue on the overarching theme of Comparative Approaches to Abrahamic Religions. It is a fascinating exchange of ideas that exhibits how a highly challenged and charged notion such as Abrahamic Religion can be approached critically and productively. These lectures offer approaches from Judaism, Christianity and Islam as well as show-casing different theoretical and conceptual approaches.click here
International Summer University Course
Religion and Realism in Political Thought- Historical Perspectives and Recent Developments, CEU Budapest, July 2013.
Co-directed by Matthias Riedl & Hans-Jörg Sigwart. In cooperation with Department of Political Science, Duke University, USA and Department of Political Science, Duke University, USA, and the Institute of Political Science, Friedrich Alexander-University Erlangen Nuremberg, Germany. External funding from Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the Linda Noe Laine Foundation.
The Christian Turks Workshop
A workshop within the project ‘Encounters with the Orient in Early Modern European Scholarship’ supported by the Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) and hosted by the CEU Center For Religious Studies (CRS)
Convenor: Gerard Wiegers
Organizers: Gerard Wiegers, Martin Mulsow, Tijana Krstić