Please join the Center for European Studies and co-sponsored on March 26, 4:30 pm in the Dept. of History, Van Dyck Hall, Rm. 301, for Esperanto and the Dream of a Universal Language, a lecture by Esther Schor
Louis Horvath Scholarships for Rutgers undergraduates interested in Hungarian Studies
The Institute of Hungarian Studies (IHS) is pleased to announce the 2014-15 annual Louis Horvath Scholarship Program in Hungarian Studies. Through the generous support of the Louis Horvath Endowment, the IHS offers $2000 travel and research fellowships to support outstanding Rutgers undergraduates who want to pursue an independent research project in any aspect of Hungarian studies.
Horvath Fellowships may be used to pursue individual projects in Hungarian Studies in many different ways including: a Study Abroad program in Hungary, or travel (to Hungary and/or to countries with Hungarian communities outside Hungary), research and living expenses while abroad, and tuition for Hungarian language programs or other kinds of study abroad programs in Hungary. Project should be completed by December 31, 2015.
For a downloadable PDF with complete application details, click here.
UNDERGRADUATES: CHECK OUT THE SPRING COURSE LISTINGS
Check the Undergraduates Page, or click here. This list will be expanding as open registration approaches, so keep checking back.
Events for Europeanists in other units
Friday, 20 February 2015 - A symposium in honor of Phyllis Mack
10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Rutgers Faculty Club (History)
Tuesday, 24 February 2015 - Pamela O. Long, MacArthur Scholar, Engineering, Topography, and the Culture of Knowledge in Late Sixteenth Century Rome
4:30 pm, Van Dyck 301, CAC
Thursday, 27 February 2015 - A symposium to celebrate Seth Koven's new book Intimacy across Worlds
4:30 - 6:30 pm, Murray 302 (History)
Welcome to the Center For European Studies at Rutgers
The Center's mission is to promote research and teaching on modern Europe at Rutgers and to foster intellectual exchanges between members of the Rutgers community and European scholars and institutions. The CES sponsors an undergraduate major and minor in European Studies and hosts a Graduate Associates Program, bringing together an interdisciplinary group of graduate students with research interests in Europe. Every year, the CES hosts a rich assortment of public lectures, conferences and outreach activities that foster deeper understanding of European history, politics and culture.
CES in 2014-15 is the recipient of a fourth grant from the German Information Center of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany. Watch for our Fall of the Wall programming funded by this award, coming in the first half of November.
Please explore our website, which details our activities and provides information on upcoming events. We hope you will join us in supporting European Studies at Rutgers.