Eötvös Loránd Tudomanyegyetem, HU
Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) is the oldest and largest university in Hungary and it is the most popular higher education institution among applicants each year. ELTE offers more than 60 degree programs in foreign languages in the fields of Education and Psychology, Humanities, Informatics, Law, Social Sciences and Science.
Gábor Sonkoly – male – (1969) (CSc, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1998; Ph.D. EHESS, Paris, 2000; Dr. habil. ELTE, Budapest, 2008; DSc, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2017) is Professor of History and Chair of Historiography and Social Sciences at Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest. He is author of Les villes en Transylvanie moderne, 1715-1857 (2011), Historical Urban Landscape (2017) and published three monographs in Hungarian, edited four volumes and wrote some seventy articles and book chapters on urban history, urban heritage, critical history of cultural heritage. He presented at more than hundred international colloquia and was a guest professor in eleven countries. He is the Knight of the French Order of Academic Palms (2011).
Eszter György (PhD), is researcher and assistant professor at Atelier Department for Interdisciplinary History. She holds three MA degrees: in Hungarian and French Studies (ELTE, Budapest), in Social Sciences (EHESS, Paris) and a PhD in History (ELTE, Budapest). Her research is focused on minority heritage, urban studies and issues related to spatial inequalities, spatial and social segregation and Roma culture in urban space. She has been involved in several EU-funded projects since 2012. Between 2012 and 2017, she was the consortium coordinator of the TEMA Erasmus Mundus European Master Programme. Between 2017 and 2020, she was researcher in the Minority heritage pilot of the REACH Horizon 2020 project, focusing on participatory practices and activities related to Roma cultural heritage in Hungary. In the international and Hungarian MA programmes of the Atelier Department, she has taught courses on minority heritage, Roma culture and ethnicities and inequalities in urban space.
Gábor Oláh (1987) is assistant research fellow at Atelier Department for Interdisciplinary History, ELTE. He holds three Master degrees: MA in History (ELTE, Budapest), MA in Social Sciences (EHESS, Paris) and MSc in Environmental and Regional Economics (BME, Budapest). He is currently working on his PhD in the framework of ELTE-EHESS cotutelle programme. His research is focused on urban history and heritage discourses and issues related to the concepts of urban neighborhood, preserved urban space and the model of resilience in social sciences. He is involved in REACH H2020 project (2017-2020), focusing on participatory approches related to Roma cultural heritage.