Central European University Press is widely seen as the leading English language university press dedicated to research connected to and coming out of Central and Eastern Europe with a distinctive regional flavor. Since 1993 the CEUP has published books by authors from around the world in a wide range of subjects in the humanities and social sciences, including political philosophy and practices of open society, history, Jewish studies, economics, medieval studies, literature, legal studies, nationalism, human rights, political science, international relations, higher education policy, gender studies, media studies, and art history.

Words in Space and Time A Historical Atlas of Language Politics in Modern Central Europe Tomasz Kamusella, Opening the Future
Staged Otherness Ethnic Shows in Central and Eastern Europe, 1850–1939 Dagnosław Demski, Dominika Czarnecka, Opening the Future
Underground Modernity Urban Poetics in East-Central Europe, Pre- and Post-1989 Alfrun Kliems, Jake Schneider
Making Muslim Women European Voluntary Associations, Gender, and Islam in Post-Ottoman Bosnia and Yugoslavia (1878-1941) Fabio Giomi, Knowledge Unlatched
Constructing Identities over Time “Bad Gypsies” and “Good Roma” in Russia and Hungary Jekatyerina Dunajeva, Opening the Future
People in Spite of History Stories Found in an Attorney Archive in the Banat Region Tibor Várady, Richard Buxbaum, János Boris, Owen Good, Péter Balikó Lengyel
Systems, Institutions, and Values in East and West Engaging with János Kornai's Scholarship Miklós Rosta, Dóra Piroska
Reassessing Communism Concepts, Culture, and Society in Poland 1944–1989 Katarzyna Chmielewska, Agnieszka Mrozik, Grzegorz Wołowiec
Avala Is Falling Biljana Jovanović, John K. Cox
Russia on the Danube Empire, Elites, and Reform in Moldavia and Wallachia, 1812–1834 Victor Taki
One Hundred Years of Communist Experiments Vladimir Tismaneanu, Jordan Luber
The War in Ukraine’s Donbas Origins, Contexts, and the Future David R. Marples
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