Hungarian Identity and Culture
Course Supervisor and Lecturer
György Csepeli (dr. habil), born in 1946 in Budapest, is a professor of Social Psychology, chair of the Interdisciplinary Social Research Doctoral Program at the Faculty of Social Sciences, ELTE.
He is Emeritus Professor of Faculty of Social Sciences of ELTE, Emeritus Professor of University of Miskolc, and Research Fellow of Institute of Advanced Studies at Kőszeg.
His field of research is focusing on social psychology of intergroup relations including national identity, anti-Semitism, xenophobia and anti-Roma sentiments. His research interests have recently turned toward the relationship between the internet and the society.
He has taught at various American universities (Oregon State, UCLA, Michigan State, New School for Social Research, Montclair State) and he has participated in a number of FP7 projects such as LightOn, EU inDepth. He is the president of the Hungarian Sociological Association.