The Caribbean Research Group
The Caribbean Research Group was established in 2014 and it is the first such research group in Hungary. Our aim is to investigate the significance of the Caribbean region, to bring together various interests related to it and to stimulate further research and teaching on the region from a comparative, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary perspective.
Besides members of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the University of Szeged, this group incorporates colleagues from other Hungarian universities with research interests on the Caribbean area.
Our future joint projects include the organization of workshops, conferences and publications through active participation in Hungarian and international researches and academic meetings on the topic of the Caribbean.
For further information please contact Emőke Horváth, e-mail: email@example.com
- Mária Dornbach, Associate Professor at the University of Szeged, Spanish and Latin American Studies Deparment, independent researcher.
Research interest: Cuban and Caribbean literature, Afrocuban religions, special focus on the Cuban santería; Latin American literature.
- Emőke Horváth, Associate Professor at the University of Miskolc, History Department, Head of the American Studies Research Group.
Research interest: history of the Cuban Revolution, Church and State relations in Cuba (1959-2015), 20th century Cuban history.
- András Lénárt, Assistant professor at the University of Szeged, Spanish and Latin American Studies Deparment.
Research interest: the Spanish and the Caribbean film (especially the Cuban film), international relations of the Caribbean Region.
- Domingo Lilón, Habilitated doctor and Associate professor at the University of Pécs,Spanish and Latin American Studies Deparment; Vicepresident of the Centro Iberoamericano de Pécs
Research interest: history of the 20th century politics of the Caribbean Region, special focus on the history of the Dominican Republic.
Essays on the Caribbean Region – published in Hungarian at the and of April of 2016