Andras Nagy is an associate professor at the University of Pannonia, Department of Theater Studies and taught at universities both in Hungary and abroad. He was elected president of the Hungarian Center of the International Theater Institute and became the director of the Museum and Institute of the History of Hungarian Theater. He has published books and studies focusing on philosophy, aesthetics and history (analyzing the complex influence of the Danish existentialistic philosopher Søren Kierkegaard). His research interests include the interdisciplinary analysis of the turning points of the Central European history (the international responses to the 1956 Hungarian Revolution). He works also an author of novels, stories and theater plays, which have been performed and made into movies.
Topic: Shattered Hopes, Broken Promises, and Executions from Neglect. The Hungarian Revolution and the UN