László Bence Bari

I was born on 23 November 1991 in Hungary. As for my studies in high school, I attended the ELTE Apáczai Csere János Practice School. I completed both my BA and first MA studies at the Eötvös Loránd University, where I specialised on the History of Relationship Between the Countries and The Societies of the Visegrád Group (A visegrádi együttműködés országainak és társadalmainak kapcsolattörténete). I got accepted to the Central European University’s program ‘Master of Arts in Comparative History’ in 2015, and subsequently to its program ‘PhD in Comparative History’ in 2016. I co-operate with the team of the NTAutonomy Project as a guest researcher through the OeAD-Stipendium from February to August 2019. My current research deals with the discourses within the Austrian Reichsrat concerning ’nation’, ’self-determination’, ’self-government’ and ’autonomy’ during the years of 1917–1918. This is done in connection to my doctoral dissertation that deals with the conceptual analysis of the self-determination discourse concerning the future of Central Europe in the First World War. In general, my main fields of interests cover the modern history of national movements in the region.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement no 758015