Current position | Associate professor at the Institute of International and Political Studies, European Faculty, King Sigismund College, Budapest.
She graduated at the Corvinus University, Budapest as an economist in 1998. She also holds an MA in Nationalism Studies from the Central European University, Budapest and an MSc in European Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Her main research areas are the theories and history of European integration, nations and nationalism and the identity issues in Europe.
She defended her PhD thesis (The dynamic model of the post-national identity structure) in 2004 at the Corvinus University.
She has several publications on European Union and identity questions among which there are two books (Nemzet, identitás és politika Európában - Nations, identities and politics in Europe -, L’Harmattan, Budapest, 2006. and Európa utazása - Journey of Europe. History of EU integration; co-author with Krisztina Arató, Gondolat Kiadó, 2009).
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