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publisher.descriptionFollowing the founding of the Central European University by the Hungarian-American philanthropist George Soros, CEU Press was established in 1993. The publishing program of CEU Press focuses on issues of Central and Eastern Europe; it is also committed to the past and present history, society, culture and economy of the countries of the former Soviet Union and its neighbors. The Press has started expanding its list to include books in the field of Arabic and Islamic studies, higher education policy and media studies. CEU Press aims to build upon its established reputation as a publisher in this field and expand its list as resources and opportunities allow. The Press will be responsive to authors seeking to place high-quality manuscripts but will also take initiatives in commissioning individual books and series. This remit includes research monographs and other specialist texts, the publication of archive material and also books of high quality destined for a more general readership. Central University Press publishes books on the political philosophy and practices of open society, history, legal studies, nationalism, human rights, conflict resolution, gender studies, Jewish studies economics, medieval studies, literature, and international relations.*


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