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In many ways, I am the product of the unique intellectual atmosphere of CEU, not only in institutional sense, but also in terms of representing the generation of Eastern European historians who came to maturity after , seeking to transcend the traditional nation-centered frameworks of scholarship and to come to terms with the multiple layers of intertwining pasts in the region, placing all this into a common European framework.

Historians and Nationalism: East‐Central Europe in the Nineteenth Century by Monika Baár

Both my Ph. Taking the opportunity of this regional opening, and also assuming the task of facilitating the dialogue of historical traditions which apparently conflicted with each other, from the very beginning of my studies I aimed at developing a comparative and transnational expertise.


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Thus, in the last decade and a half I participated in many research projects concerning the comparative history of Central and Southeast-European political discourses in a broader framework. A Conceptual History , broadened my horizons of comparative research and also gave me a rich experience of participating in and managing collaborative projects. The principal aim of this project was creating a synthetic overview of the history of modern political thought in East Central Europe based on a diachronic analysis especially sensitive to transnational discursive phenomena e.

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In addition, I have taught a number of classes linked to methodological questions, both on graduate and postgraduate levels, ranging from introductory courses on interdisciplinary methodologies, through one on the historiographical debates on ethnicity and nationhood in pre-modern and modern contexts, to the analysis of various paradigms of intellectual history that emerged in the region during the communist and post-communist periods.

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