Hungary '56 Reunion and Conference Bard
Hungary '56 Reunion and Conference
 

 

Conference Participants  

Tibor Frank is professor of history and director of the School of English and American Studies at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest, Hungary. He is currently a visiting professor at the History Department of Columbia University in the city of New York where he taught before. Frank was a Fulbright Visiting Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara and at UCLA, an NEH Visiting Professor at the University of Nevada-Reno, and is a faculty member of the Institute of European Studies in Vienna, Austria. He headed his program on "The New Europe" at UCSB in 1994-97. His recent books include From Habsburg Agent to Victorian Scholar: G. G. Zerffi 1820-1892 (New York, 2000, also in Hungarian: Budapest, 1985, in Japanese: Tokyo, 1994, in German: Vienna, 2002), Picturing Austria-Hungary: The British Perception of the Habsburg Monarchy (New York, 2005), Ethnicity, Propaganda, Myth-Making: Studies on Hungarian Connections to Britain and America, 1848-1945 (Budapest, 1999), Senkanki Hungary-Gaikoh to Seioh-Gensoh no Wana: Eibei to Suhjikukoku no hazama de (Tokyo, 2007). Professor Frank was awarded the Humboldt Research Award in 2002 and spent a year at the Max-Planck-Institut fuer Wissenschaftsgeschichte in Berlin (2003-04). For further information see www.franktibor.hu, current address in the Spring 2007 term tf2014@columbia.edu."

 

 

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