Formal qualification: History (ELTE BTK), PhD in 19th and 20th century History of Eastern Europe (ELTE BTK)
Research interests:History of Transylvania between 19th and 21st century, nationalisms and interethnic relations in Central- and Eastern Europe, historiography of the Trianon Treaty and its consequences
Research tasks within the Institute: The heritage of empires: urban centres in Central Europe; ephemeral states in Zwischen Europe in the 20th and 21st century; interethnic relations and memory politics in Central and Eastern Europe
Csaba Zahorán graduated in History from ELTE BTK and he defended his PhD disseration in 2016 at the same institution within the Program of 19th and 20th century Eastern Europe. Between 2012 and 2015 he worked at the Hungarian Institute of Bratislava, Since 2016 he has been research fellow at the History of the Centre for the Humanities (formerly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences) in Budapest where he is member of the Trianon 100 research group. He is editor of the journal REGIO. His areas of expertise are: modern and contemporary history of Central and Eastern Europe, relationship between Hungary and its neighbours, history of Romania in the 20th and 21st century and memory of the Trianon Treaty.