PhD graduates and theses

Andor Kelenhegyi
The Beast between Us: The Construction of Identity and Alterity through Animal Symbolism in Late Antique Jewish and Christian Tradition
CEU Medieval Studies Department PhD theses; 2017/11 (264 pp.)

Kata Bohus
Jews, Israelites, Zionists: The Hungarian State's Policies on Jewish Issues in a Comparative Perspective (1956-1968)
CEU History Department PhD theses; 2014/2 (230 pp.)

Zsófia Buda
Sacrifice and Redemption in the Hamburg Miscellany: The Illustrations of a Fifteenth-Century Ashkenazi Manuscript
CEU Medieval Studies Department PhD theses; 2012/2 (297 pp.)

Ferenc Laczó
Between Assimilation and Catastrophe: Hungarian Jewish Intellectual Discourses in the Shadow of Nazism
CEU History Department PhD theses; 2011/1 (343 pp.)

Marioara-Camelia Craciun
Between Marginal Rebels and Mainstream Critics: [The First Group of Romanian Jewish Intellectuals]
CEU History Department PhD theses; 2009/2 (294 pp.)

Tamás Visi
The Early Ibn Ezra Supercommentaries: A Chapter in Medieval Jewish Intellectual History
CEU Medieval Studies PhD theses; 2006/3 (357 pp.)

Marie Crhová
Modern Jewish Politics in Central Europe:The Jewish Party of Interwar Czechoslovakia, 1918-1938
CEU History Department PhD theses; 2006/7 (232 pp.)

Árpád Welker
Jewish Politics in Hungary: Jewish Parliamentary Politicians 1867-1890
CEU History Department PhD theses; 2006/4 (278 pp.)

Péter Bihari
A Forgotten Home Front: The Middle Classes and the Jewish Question in First World War Hungary
CEU History Department PhD Theses; 2005/3 (316 pp.)