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Judith Szapor

Degree(s): 

Ph.D. (ELTE, Budapest and York, Toronto)

Specialization by Geographical Area: 
Europe
Specialization by Time Period: 
1800 - 1900
1900 - Today
Contact Information
Address: 

Ferrier, Rm 480
Department of History 855 Sherbrooke West
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 2T7

Phone: 
514-398-4400 ext.094566
Email Address: 
Judith [dot] Szapor [at] mcgill [dot] ca
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Office: 
Ferrier, Rm 482
Biography: 

I am a historian of modern Europe with an interest in the social, cultural, and gender history of Austria-Hungary and East-Central Europe from the late 19th century to the 1930s. I have written on Hungarian and Central European intellectual and women’s movements, on the intellectual migration from Hitler’s Europe, and recently co-edited a volume of essays on Jewish intellectual women in Central Europe. A biography of the Hungarian feminist turned American historian (The Hungarian Pocahontas: The Life and Times of Laura Polanyi Stricker, 1882-1959, East European Monographs, distributed by Columbia University Press) was published in 2005. After many years of studying progressive movements, my current research project, supported by a SSHRC Standard Research Grant, explores the popular appeal of radical right-wing, nationalistic ideology in 1920s Hungary and the role of women activists in its development.

Graduate Supervision: 

European women's and gender, Hungarian and East-Central European social and intellectual history, 1860s-1920s

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Position: 
Assistant Professor