Leverhulme Lecture: Authoritarian innovations in Eastern-Central Europe?

Zsolt Enyedi is Leverhulme Visiting Professor at the University of Oxford and Professor at the Political Science Department of Central European University. He published widely on party politics, political attitudes, comparative government, church and state relations, and political psychology (especially authoritarianism, prejudices and political tolerance). His articles have appeared in journals such as European Journal of Political Research, Political Studies, Political Psychology, West European Politics, East European Politics, Party Politics, Europe-Asia Studies, Problems of Post-Communism, Democratization, Journal of Legislative Studies, Perspectives on Politics, Social Thought and Research, Journal of Political Ideologies, East European Politics and Societies and Cultures and European Review. Zsolt Enyedi was the 2003 recipient of the Rudolf Wildenmann Prize, the 2004 winner of the Bibó Award and in 2020 he received the award of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. In the past he held research fellowships at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Kellogg Institute (Notre Dame University), the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies, the European University Institute (Florence, Italy) and Johns Hopkins University. Between 2016 and 2020 he was pro-rector of Central European University.


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