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Csilla Dobos: An Interview with Csilla Dobos

Interviewee(s):
Dobos, Csilla
Interviewer(s):
Thomas, Virginia
Title:
Csilla Dobos: An Interview with Csilla Dobos
Abstract:
Because Csilla Dobos began working as an “assistant” for the Central European University in Budapest when it was first being created, she can describe herself now as the university's longest-serving employee. She did many jobs at the university, at the same time earning a BA, and is now coordinator of the Medieval History Department and a member of the board of the university. Her ideas have been greatly influenced both by her family and by the Communist period in which she grew up, and she has many concerns about present political and economic life in Hungary. Discursive Table of Contents: Family background and education—early work—college—religious background and philosophy of life—children—Communism and post-Communism in Hungary—current political issues in Hungary.
Subject area(s):
Community and Identity
Project:
Community and Identity - Individual Interviews
Oskicat record:
b11181761
Rights:
Dobos, Csilla. "Csilla Dobos: An Interview with Csilla Dobos." Interview by Virginia Thomas in . Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, .