Gabor Szegedi

Academic Rank: 
Visiting Faculty
Building: 
Nador u. 11
Room: 
Room 312

I am a historian of modern Europe, specializing in the history of sexuality and health. My research interests include the production of knowledge on sex, love and marriage; venereal disease and premarital counselling advice; race defilement and sexual racism in Hungary and Central Eastern Europe in the 20th century. A visiting lecturer in the Department of History, I am also a researcher at Masaryk University in Brno, as part of a project about expert knowledge on sexuality in Socialist countries. I teach Global Politics and English in the BME International Secondary School in Budapest.

Fellowships:

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Vienna Wiesenthal Institute, Vienna, 2014-2015 

Fellow, Center for the History of Medicine and Disease, University of Durham, 2011

Teaching:

Social Change and Social Movements in 20th Century America, Autumn 2015, ELTE, American Studies Department.

 

Qualification

PhD, History, CEU, 2014
MA, Central European History, CEU, 2006
MA, American Studies, ELTE (Budapest), 2005
MA, Political Science , ELTE (Budapest), 2005