VERITAS Research Institute and Archives

László Anka

Research Fellow

The Era of the Dual Monarchy Research Team

Curriculum Vitae

Place and date of birth: Budapest, September 6th, 1980

VERITAS Research Institute for History
H-1093 Budapest, Zsil utca 2–4.
E-mail: laszlo.anka@veritas.gov.hu
Telephone: +36-1-89-61-028
Mobile: +36-70-436-36-91

EDUCATION

2015 Eötvös Loránd University, PhD (History, 190th Century World History)
2014 Eötvös Loránd University – Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral School of History, New and Contemporary Hungarian History Doctorate Program: summa cum laude
2012–2015 Eötvös Loránd University – Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral School of History, New and Contemporary Hungarian History Doctorate Program: doctoral candidate
2006–2009 Eötvös Loránd University – Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral School of History, New and Contemporary Hungarian History Doctorate Program: PhD student on scholarship
2000–2006 Eötvös Loránd University – Faculty of Law, political science department
1999–2005 Eötvös Loránd University – Faculty of Humanities, history department
1995–1999 Madách Imre High School, Vác

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2016– VERITAS Research Institute for History, research fellow
2014–2015 VERITAS Research Institute for History, research assistant
2007–2011  Hungarian Academy of Sciences-Eötvös Loránd University Atelier, European Historiography and Social Sciences Research Group, contributing researcher 
2010– Village of Tápiószecső local government council, deputy mayor, local government representative
2006–2010 Village of Tápiószecső local government council, education-culture-sports committee president, local government representative

PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC COMMISSIONS

2017–  History Teachers Professional Association, member
2015–  Hungarian Historical Society, member

HONORS AND AWARDS

2014 Memorial Medal: Recognition for his book, Historic Tápiószecső: The 750-Year-Old Town, in Words and Pictures
2014 Memorial Medal: Recognition for his work on behalf of the municipality of Tápiószecső
2005 Academic Scholarship, silver class, Eötvös Loránd University – Faculty of Humanities
2005 Honorary diploma for placing 2nd at the 27th National Academic Student Conference, Eötvös Loránd University
1999 Memorial Goblet: The Imre Madách High School in Vác Young Historian Competition, 1st place
1999 Memorial Goblet: National Zsigmond Luxemburgi Memorial Competition, 1st place

LANGUAGE SKILLS

  • English, intermediate
  • German, Intermediate

MAIN RESEARCH SUBJECT MATTER

  • Life of Albert Apponyi
  • Political history of the Era of the Dual Monarchy
  • Trianon Peace Treaty

PUBLICATIONS

MTMT database