Tamás Székely (M.A.)

Ph.d. student: A06 — Minorities and majorities in East Central Europe

 

Career

Since 2018

PhD-candidate, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Department of History and Cultural Studies

Since 2018

research fellow, SFB/TRR 138 "Dynamics of Security", subproject A06 — Minorities and majorities in East Central Europe

2013 - 2016

junior research fellow, Institute of History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA BTK), Budapest, Hungary

2012 - 2015

doctoral student, Doctoral School of History, Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

2013

museum internship, House of European History (European Parliament), Brussels, Belgium

2012

visiting scholar, K.U. Leuven, Faculty of Arts, Leuven, Belgium

2010

archivist internship, National Archives of Hungary, Budapest

2005 - 2011

Master’s degree in history with teaching degree, Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Budapest-Piliscsaba

 

Research interests:

History of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1867-1918) and history of Hungary in the 19th and 20th century with special focus on political development, nationality question, minorities and majorities, regionalism and border regions. Nationalism studies and historical security studies.

Scholarships, Workshops and Achievements

  • Exchange master student, KU Leuven, Belgium, 2010-2011
  • Junior research fellow, Institut für Ungarische Geschichtsforschung / Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna, Austria, 2012
  • Participant, 11th Visegrad Summer School, Kraków, Poland, 2012
  • Visiting researcher, scholarship of the Flemish Community, KU Leuven, Belgium, 2012
  • Participant, European Culture think tank, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, 2013-2014
  • Participant, Political History International PhD Conference, Leiden, Netherlands, 2014
  • Participant, NISE DIANE pilot project – research strategy national anthems in Europe, Antwerp-Zagreb-Prague, 2015-2016
  • Participant, New Vienna Congress Lab, Vienna, Austria, 2016

Selected Publications

  • Securing the Hungarian Minds: the Ambivalent Images/Views of about King Franz Joseph through during Early Hungarian Modernity (1848-1916), in: Carolina Armenteros, Heidi Hein-Kircher and Frederik Frank Sterkenburgh eds., Modernizing the unmodern: Europe’s imperial monarchies and their path to modernity in the 19th and 20th centuries (Palgrave studies in modern monarchy; London 2022).
  • A kiegyezés mint biztonsági játszma. A dualizmus kora biztonságtörténeti perspektívából [The Compromise as Security Game. The Age of Dualism from the Perspective of Historical Security Research], In: Századok 1 (2021), pp. 5-36.
  • The Agony of Historic Western Hungary and the Birth of Burgenland (1914-1921) In: Studies on National Movements (SNM), 6 (2020), pp. 102-139.
  • Securing Own Position: Challenges Faced by Local Elites after the Austro-Hungarian Compromise (co-authored by Szilveszter Csernus-Lukács) In: Acta Poloniae Historica 121 (2020), pp. 85-120.
  • A közigazgatás átalakításának programja. Modernizáció és nemzetállam-építés a dualizmus korában. [Reforming the Public Administration. Modernisation and Nation-State-Building in the Era of Dualism] In: Modernizáció és nemzetállam-építés. Haza és/vagy haladás dilemmája a dualizmus kori Magyarországon, edited by Norbert Csibi Norbert and Ádám Schwarczwölder Ádám, Pécs, 2018, pp. 165-179.
  • Tisza István és ellenfelei [István Tisza and his Opponents] in Tisza István, Két korszak határán, edited by ifj. Iván Bertényi, Budapest, 2016, pp.71-92.
  • A tekintélyes veterán politikus. Széll Kálmán pályája a miniszterelnöksége után [The Respectable Veteran Politician. Kálmán Széll’s Political Career after his Resignation as Prime Minister) In: Törvény, jog, igazság. Széll Kálmán életműve, edited by ifj. Bertényi Iván, Budapest, 2015, pp. 323-346.

 


Tamás Székely

Herder-Institut Marburg
 

 

Tamás Székely (M.A.)

Ph.d. student: A06 — Minorities and majorities in East Central Europe

 

Career

Since 2018

PhD-candidate, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Department of History and Cultural Studies

Since 2018

research fellow, SFB/TRR 138 "Dynamics of Security", subproject A06 — Minorities and majorities in East Central Europe

2013 - 2016

junior research fellow, Institute of History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA BTK), Budapest, Hungary

2012 - 2015

doctoral student, Doctoral School of History, Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

2013

museum internship, House of European History (European Parliament), Brussels, Belgium

2012

visiting scholar, K.U. Leuven, Faculty of Arts, Leuven, Belgium

2010

archivist internship, National Archives of Hungary, Budapest

2005 - 2011

Master’s degree in history with teaching degree, Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Budapest-Piliscsaba

 

Research interests:

History of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1867-1918) and history of Hungary in the 19th and 20th century with special focus on political development, nationality question, minorities and majorities, regionalism and border regions. Nationalism studies and historical security studies.

Scholarships, Workshops and Achievements

  • Exchange master student, KU Leuven, Belgium, 2010-2011
  • Junior research fellow, Institut für Ungarische Geschichtsforschung / Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna, Austria, 2012
  • Participant, 11th Visegrad Summer School, Kraków, Poland, 2012
  • Visiting researcher, scholarship of the Flemish Community, KU Leuven, Belgium, 2012
  • Participant, European Culture think tank, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, 2013-2014
  • Participant, Political History International PhD Conference, Leiden, Netherlands, 2014
  • Participant, NISE DIANE pilot project – research strategy national anthems in Europe, Antwerp-Zagreb-Prague, 2015-2016
  • Participant, New Vienna Congress Lab, Vienna, Austria, 2016

Selected Publications

  • Securing the Hungarian Minds: the Ambivalent Images/Views of about King Franz Joseph through during Early Hungarian Modernity (1848-1916), in: Carolina Armenteros, Heidi Hein-Kircher and Frederik Frank Sterkenburgh eds., Modernizing the unmodern: Europe’s imperial monarchies and their path to modernity in the 19th and 20th centuries (Palgrave studies in modern monarchy; London 2022).
  • A kiegyezés mint biztonsági játszma. A dualizmus kora biztonságtörténeti perspektívából [The Compromise as Security Game. The Age of Dualism from the Perspective of Historical Security Research], In: Századok 1 (2021), pp. 5-36.
  • The Agony of Historic Western Hungary and the Birth of Burgenland (1914-1921) In: Studies on National Movements (SNM), 6 (2020), pp. 102-139.
  • Securing Own Position: Challenges Faced by Local Elites after the Austro-Hungarian Compromise (co-authored by Szilveszter Csernus-Lukács) In: Acta Poloniae Historica 121 (2020), pp. 85-120.
  • A közigazgatás átalakításának programja. Modernizáció és nemzetállam-építés a dualizmus korában. [Reforming the Public Administration. Modernisation and Nation-State-Building in the Era of Dualism] In: Modernizáció és nemzetállam-építés. Haza és/vagy haladás dilemmája a dualizmus kori Magyarországon, edited by Norbert Csibi Norbert and Ádám Schwarczwölder Ádám, Pécs, 2018, pp. 165-179.
  • Tisza István és ellenfelei [István Tisza and his Opponents] in Tisza István, Két korszak határán, edited by ifj. Iván Bertényi, Budapest, 2016, pp.71-92.
  • A tekintélyes veterán politikus. Széll Kálmán pályája a miniszterelnöksége után [The Respectable Veteran Politician. Kálmán Széll’s Political Career after his Resignation as Prime Minister) In: Törvény, jog, igazság. Széll Kálmán életműve, edited by ifj. Bertényi Iván, Budapest, 2015, pp. 323-346.

 


Tamás Székely

Herder-Institut Marburg
 

 

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