Muhammad Yunas Fitra

Research & Studies

Muhammad Yunas Fitra

Muhammad Yunas Fitra recently graduated from MA Program in International Studies in University of Pannonia, Koszeg Campus, in January 2022, after which he received research grant in IASK. Upon finishing his secondary education in Indonesia, he received Turkish Government Scholarship to pursue his bachelor degree in Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey, in the Department of International […]

Ferenc Tar

Since decades he has been interested in historical research on Lake Balaton, Keszthely, and its surroundings. He was the editor-in-charge of the Balaton local history journal PELSO and founding editor of the regional journal Pannon Tükör, published in 1995.

Szilvia Iski

Szilvia Iski is the historian-museologist of the Helikon Castle in Keszthely. She graduated as a teacher from the Csokonai Vitéz Mihály College in Kaposvár, as a history teacher from the Berzsenyi Dániel Teacher Training College in Szombathely, and as a MA history teacher from the University of Pécs. She is involved in the professional work […]

Géza Cséby

Géza Cséby is a writer, poet, literary translator and literary historian. He graduated from the Budapest College of Finance and Accounting and the Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Humanities. He defended his PhD thesis on “The place of Count György Festetics in the history of Hungarian culture” at the University of Szeged. For thirty years […]

Enikő Polyák

Enikő Polyák is a PhD student in the Doctoral School of Literary Studies, PhD Program in Hungarian and Comparative Literature at the University of Debrecen. Research topic: László Németh’s novels in the context of gender and affection studies. In my research at iASK, I am studying Ágota Kristóf’s works, mostly her novels (The Notebook, The Proof, […]

Zsófia Kisőrsi

Zsófia Kisőrsi started her studies in 2011 at the Eötvös Loránd University History BA, in 2014 she continued her study at ELTE History MA. He began his doctoral studies in the Atelier Doctoral Program in 2016. She published the first results of her research in 2013. Since then, she has published eleven publications in Hungarian […]

Katona Attila

Attila Katona has been a member of the History Department of the Berzsenyi Dániel Teacher Training College since 1987. From 2009 to 2013 he was Head of the Institute of History, later Acting Head of the Institute of History and Law, and since January 2014 Head of the Library-Informatics Institute and the Institute of History […]

Timothy Yaw Acheampong

Timothy Yaw Acheampong is a Ghanaian PhD candidate at the Doctoral School in Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, University of Szeged in Hungary. His PhD topic is on “Aid-for-Trade and the Middle-Income Trap”. He has a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) degree in Development Studies from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. His research […]

Tímea Jablonczay

Tímea Jablonczay is a research fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Kőszeg (iASK) in Central-Europe and the V4, „Historical and Cultural Heritage in Central Europe” Project, and she is also working at the University of Milton Friedman at the Department of Media and Cultural Studies, Budapest as an Associate Professor. She teaches Gender […]

Orsolya Rácz

Orsolya Rácz with a specialization in security studies and the Central Eastern European region from a multidisciplinary point of view. Orsolya is currently working on exploring development opportunities in Rye Island, Slovakia. She previously worked for GLOBSEC and Global Risk Insights as a Senior Researcher focusing on EU-level and regional policy developments in the area […]

Anna Menyhért

Anna Menyhért is a Professor of Trauma Studies at the Budapest University of Jewish Studies. She was a Research Fellow at The Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies in Vienna (2020–2021), a visiting professor at the University of Florence (2020), a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow at the University of Amsterdam (TRAPRODIG project, 2016–2018), and an EHRI […]

Pavel Palazhchenko

Pavel Palazhchenko, graduated from Maurice Thorez Foreign Languages Institute, Moscow, in 1972 and from the United Nations Language Training Course at the same Institute in 1973. Since 1992 he has been an Advisor, International and Media Relations, to the President of the International Foundation for Socioeconomic and Political Studies (Gorbachev Foundation). Previously, he worked as […]