Central European University Press

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Central European University Press
Parent company Central European University
Founded 1993
Founder Frances Pinter
Country of origin Hungary
Headquarters location Budapest
Distribution NBN International (Europe)
self-distributed (North America)
East West Export Books (Asia and the Pacific)[1]
Publication types Books
Official website http://www.ceupress.com


Following the founding of the Central European University by George Soros, the Central European University Press was established in 1993.

Publisher Frances Pinter established the Central European University Press during her time as head of Soros' Open Society Institute's international publishing programme.

Publishing Programme

Its publishing programme focuses on issues of Central and Eastern Europe, the past and present history, society, culture and economy of the countries of the former Soviet Union and its neighbours. The subject area of CEU Press includes the political philosophy and practices of open society, history, legal studies, nationalism, sociology, human rights, conflict resolution, open media, gender studies, Jewish studies, economics, medieval studies, literature, and international relations.


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External links

  • CEU Press website
  • Central European University
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