dr Ágnes Erőss

Adiunkt – Katedra Studiów Regionalnych

 

Ágnes Erőss jest absolwentką historii i geografii na Uniwersytecie Eötvösa Loránda w Budapeszcie. Tam obroniła również pracę doktorską (2018) z zakresu geografii społecznej. Specjalizuje się w geografii politycznej i etnicznej. W Instytucie zatrudniona jest na stanowisku badawczym, w ramach grantu Narodowego Centrum Nauki “Analiza współpracy transgranicznej w państwach Grupy Wyszehradzkiej (V4)“.

  • polityka pamięci
  • migracje transnarodowe
  • polityka państwa rodzimego wobec mniejszości (kin-state politics)
  • Erőss, Á., Váradi M. M., Wastl-Walter, D. (2020): Cross-border migration and gender boundaries in Central Eastern Europe – female perspectives. Migration Letters, 17. 4. 499-509

  • Erőss, Á. (2020): Geografia (przeciw)pomnika: rola przestrzeni i przestrzenności w miejscu pamięci = The geography of a (counter)memorial: exploring the role of space and spatiality in a memorial site. In: Smolińska, M., Domanowska, E. (eds.): Anty-pomnik : nietradycyjne formy upamiętniania = Anti-monument : non-traditional forms of commemoration. Orońsko: Centrum Rzeźby Polskiej w Orońsku. 119-128, 329-338

  • Erőss, Á (2017): Politics of street names and the reinvention of local heritage in the contested urban space of Oradea. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 66.4. 353-367.

  • Tátrai, P., Erőss, Á., Kovály, K. (2017): Kin-state politics stirred by a geopolitical conflict: Hungary’s growing activity in post-Euromaidan Transcarpathia, Ukraine. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 66. 3. 203-218.

  • Erőss, Á. (2016): “In memory of victims”: Monument and counter-monument in Liberty Square, Budapest. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin. 65. 3. 237-254.

  • Erőss, Á ; Tátrai, P. (2016): When reality meets power-rhetoric. Power, mapping and practice in contested spaces: the case of Cyprus and Karabakh. Documenti Geografici. 2016/1. 1-30.

  • Erőss, A ; Váradi, MM. (2013): „Kulturell sind wir Ungarn, in der Mentalität Serben“ – ungarische Migranten aus der Vojvodina und die Jugopartys. Klagenfurter Geographische Schriften. 78-95.

  • Erőss, Á., Filep, B., Kocsis, K., Tátrai, P. (2011): On linkages and barriers : the dynamics of neighbourhood along the state borders of Hungary since EU enlargement In: Armbruster, H; Meinhof, U.H.): Negotiating multicultural Europe: borders, networks, neighbourhoods Houndmills in Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. 69-93.

      • The impact of Brexit for the migration from the V4 countries – migrant strategies (2019-2021). Co-ordinator: CMR UW. Role: researcher. Granted by: International Visegrad Fund Strategic Grant.
      • Migration processes and geopolitical challenges in Ukraine and in Hungary (2019-2021). Role: researcher. Granted by: Hungarian – Ukrainian Academic Exchange Programme.
      • Diversification and gentrification in urban areas. A confrontative analysis. (2017-2019). Role: researcher. Granted by: Hungarian – Polish Academic Exchange Programme.
      • Cross-border cooperation at the time of crisis on neighbor’s soil. http://www.migracje.uw.edu.pl/projekt/2566/. (2015-2016) Co-ordinator: CMR UW. Role: researcher. Granted by: International Visegrad Fund, Standard.
      • The LEADER method-transferring V4 experiences to Georgia. (2014-2015). Co-ordinator: IRM Kraków. Role: researcher. Granted by: International Visegrad Fund, V4EaP Extended Standard.
      • Migration between  Eastern  Partners  (Belarus,  Georgia,  Ukraine,  Moldova)  and  the  Visegrad Countries (EASTMIG) http:// www.eastmig.mtafki.hu/.  (2012-2014). Role: researcher, co-ordinator. Granted by: International Visegrad Fund, V4EaP Programme Flagship Project.
      • Residential Environment in Large Housing Estates after Socialism (HEAS). http://www.heas.mtafki.hu/project.html. (2012). Role: project coordinator, researcher. Granted by: International Visegrad Fund: Small Grant.
      • Integrating  (trans)national   migrants   in   transition   states   (TRANSMIG).  http://www.transmig.unibe.ch (2010-2012). Role: researcher. Granted by: Swiss National Science Foundation.
      • Searching for Neighbours (SeFoNe): Dynamics of Physical and Mental Borders in the New Europe. http://www.sefone.soton.ac.uk(2007-2010). Role: researcher, project manager. Granted by: EU FP6.

 

Kontakt: Collegium Civitas pokój 303
e-mail: agnes.eross@uni.opole.pl

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Kontakt w języku angielskim i węgierskim.