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Winter Schedule AY 2018-19
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9.00-10.40Critical Security Studies
Paul Roe
Academic Writing (Group 2)***
Zsuzsa Tóth

Academic Writing (Group 3)***
Vera Eliasova
Academic Writing (Group 1)****
Robin Bellers

Academic Writing (Group 4)****
Éva Ajkay Nagy
UWC Economic inequality: Interdisciplinary perspectives
Fetzer/Duman/Fodor/Kahanec/Moles/Zentai
Critical Security Studies
Paul Roe
UWC Economic inequality: Interdisciplinary perspectives
Fetzer/Duman/Fodor/ Kahanec/Moles/Zentai
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11.00-12.40Dark Legacies: Coming To Terms With Europe’s Twentieth Century
Thomas Fetzer
Europe in Crises
Daniel Izsak
Foundations of the Contemporary International System, 1815 – 1920 Mate TokicDark Legacies: Coming To Terms With Europe’s Twentieth Century
Thomas Fetzer
Europe in Crises Daniel Izsak
Foundations of the Contemporary International System, 1815 – 1920 Mate TokicResearch Design & Methods (Group 2)
Andrew X. Li*****
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13.30-15.10Hierarchies of World Politics: The Role of Materialities, Knowledges, Subjectivities Michael Merlingen
Political Economy of Development
Andrew X. Li
(Mis)performing World Politics
Erzsébet Strausz
Hierarchies of World Politics: The Role of Materialities, Knowledges, Subjectivities Michael Merlingen
Political Economy of Development
Andrew X. Li
(Mis)performing World Politics
Erzsébet Strausz
Research Design & Methods
(Group 1)
Anatoly Reshetnikov
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15.30-17.10Global Economy 2 ( 2 credits) *
Julius Horvath
Nationalism Populism and Ethnic Conflict Management in Eastern Europe
Erin Kristin Jenne
International and European refugee law and policy
Boldizsár Nagy
Who Rules the World? International Order(s) in Theory and in Practice
Chris LaRoche
Global Economy 2 (2 credits) *
Julius Horvath
Nationalism Populism and Ethnic Conflict Management in Eastern Europe
Erin Kristin Jenne
International and European refugee law and policy
Boldizsár Nagy
Who Rules the World? International Order(s) in Theory and in Practice
Chris LaRoche
Research Design & Methods**
(Group 1)
Anatoly Reshetnikov
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17.20-19.00EU Security Policy
Michael Merlingen
Video Games and World Politics: From Entertainment to Social Critique
Mano Toth
EU Security Policy
Michael Merlingen
Video Games and World Politics: From Entertainment to Social Critique
Mano Toth
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** on February 22, March 1, 8
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*** MA 1 yr on February 5, 12 and 19
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**** MA 2yr students on January 8, 15 and 22
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***** sessions on March 22 from 11:00-17:00
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