University of Pécs

Department of Political Science and International Studies

  

Péter Kacziba

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Péter Kacziba

Email: kacziba.peter@pte.hu

Office: D227

Visiting hours: Thursdays, 12:00-13:30

 

Curriculum Vitae:

Education:

·         Master of Arts in History, University of Pécs (2012)

·         Master of Arts in Film Studies, University of Pécs (2012)

Professional Experience:

·         2012- : PhD candidate –Department of Political and International Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Pécs, Hungary.

·         2014-2015: junior research fellow, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Institute for Regional Studies, Transdanubian Research Department

·         2015- : assistant lecturer, Department of Political Science and International Studies, University of Pécs

Language proficiency:

·         Hungarian (mother tongue);

·         advanced English (ECL certification –European Certification of Languages)

Courses taught in English:

·         World History in the 20th century

·         Theories of International Relations

·         Russian Foreign Policy

·         Eastern Mediterranean Triangle: Greece, Turkey and Cyprus in the 20-21st century

Most important publications:

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Most important conference presentations:

·         “Civil Unrest and Socio-Political Changes: Marginalization, Disintegration, Exclusion conference”, Tbilisi, Georgia, 2015 – Title: Peacebuilding without public engagement: Civil Exclusion and Elite-Based Peace Process in Cyprus.

·         “Decentralization policies: reshuffling the scene”, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2015 – Title: Decentralization or Recentralization - Territorial reforms in Greece and the role of economic crisis.

·         “SH Public Lecture Series # 19, Political Economy of the European Union”, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand, 2015 – Title: Peacebuilding policy of the European Union.

·         “First international conference of Cyprus Association of Political Science”, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2015 – Title: Decentralization and Peacebuilding. International experience and the case of Cyprus.

·         “6th biennial PhD Symposium on Contemporary Greece and Cyprus”, 6th-7th June, 2013, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom. –Title: Unification or Partition –Lessons from Bosnia for Cyprus.

Scholarships, grants, memberships:

· 2010: Erasmus Scholarship to Cyprus

· 2013- : Member of Hungarian Association of Foreign Affairs

· 2013: Campus Hungary Scholarship to Greece

· 2013: Travel grant from London School of Economics to London

· 2013: A. G. Leventis Foundation Grant

· 2014: Erasmus Scholarship to Cyprus

· 2015: Campus Hungary Scholarship to Thailand

· 2015: Scholarship from Hungarian Academy of Sciences

· 2015: Campus Hungary Scholarship to Georgia