CESAR 2022 PhD Conference brings Religious Scholars from the Region Together

October 17, 2022

The CEU Center for Religious Studies 6th annual PhD conference took a new shape and form this year.

CEU's PhD Conference ROAR 2020 featured in the Journal Sacra

January 13, 2022
The newly released Volume XIX., No.

Rudenko Attends Workshop on Kyiv Church Metropolia

November 12, 2021
On the 5th and 6th November 2021 junior member of the Center for Religous Studies and a PhD candidate at the Department of History at CEU, Oleksii Rudenko, participated in the workshop 'The Kyiv Church Metropolia searching for its identity in the 16th – 18th centuries’. He presented a paper on the Roxolanian tradition and its transfer in the early modern era, which is a part of his doctoral project, at the panel entitled ’Historical narratives in the process of the formation of Kyiv ecclesiastical identity’. 

István Perczel on Syrian Christians in Kerala

November 10, 2021

Sidney Castillo of The Relgious Studies Project talks with István Perczel on his research of the Saint Thomas Christians of Kerala and their encounters with Catholic missionaries and Western colonial powers in the early modern period in this episode of the RSP Podcast: When Christians Meet Each Other: The Saint Thomas Christians of Southwest India in the Early Modern Period

Enyedi on Church-State Relation in Hungary

November 4, 2021

Professor Zsolt Enyedi from the CEU Department for Political Science and Exectutive Committee member at the Center for Religious Studies was recently interviewed by Michal Matlak, Managing Editor of the Review of Democracy and policy advisor for the European Parliament about the development of Church-State relations in Hungary, Viktor Orbán’s vision of Christian Democracy, why the Democracy Institute plays an important symbolic role in Budapest, and his recently published book, “Par