Barnabás Szabó

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Barnabas Szabo is a candidate for PhD at the Department of History of Central European University (CEU). His research focuses on the formation of the British and the Spanish union states in the late-seventeenth and early-eighteenth centuries. He is interested in contemporary political and economic thought on alternatives to incorporating union in Britain and Spain, especially as it concerns the place of Scotland and Catalonia (the Crown of Aragon) within larger composite monarchies and expanding empires. He holds graduate degrees in International Relations and European Studies, as well as Nationalism Studies. He has held teaching positions, as faculty associate, at the University of Szeged (Hungary) and Arizona State University (USA). He is an associate research fellow at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (Budapest, Hungary).


Master of Arts in Nationalism Studies, CEU
Master of Arts in International Relations and European Studies, University of Szeged // Science Po Lille
Bachelor of Arts in International Relations, Corvinus University of Budapest



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