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Gábor Egry

    Gábor Egry is a historian, doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, director-general of the Institute of Political History, Budapest. His research interests are nationalism, everyday ethnicity, politics of identity, politics of memory in modern East Central Europe. Author of five volumes, a former Fulbright Visiting Research Scholar at Stanford University, recipient of fellowships from, among others, Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena, New Europe College, Bucharest, and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His last monograph Etnicitás, identitás, politika. Magyar kisebbségek naconalizmus és regionalizmus között Romániában és Csehszlovákiában 1918-1944 [Ethnicity, identity, politics. Hungarian Minorities between nationalism and regionalism in Romania and Czechoslovakia 1918-1944] (Napvilág, Budapest, 2015) was shortlisted for the Felczak Wereszycki Prize of the Polish Historical Association.  Since 2018 he has been the Principal Investigator of the ERC Consolidator project « Nepostrans – Negotiating post-imperial transitions: from remobilization to nation-state consolidation », a comparative study of local and regional transitions in post-Habsburg East and Central Europe.

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