Talks

Invited Talks

2019, September: Workshop on Refugees as Humanitarian Actors. Osnabrück University

2019, July: Should Refugees Govern Refugee Camps? University of Cambridge

2018, November: Determining Refugee Status: On What Grounds? University of Amsterdam

2016, December: Civil Society, the Migration Crisis and the Challenge of Integration. Central European University. Conference on From “Crisis” to Challenges of Integration: The Current State of the Balkan Migration Route.

2016, November: Reporting on the Current Situation of Refugees in Hungary. Presented on the 25th Statewide Symposium, Stapelfeld. Conference on Migration and Integration, Flight, Asylum – Contemporary Developments (transl. from German).

2016, October: Hungary’s Long Summer of Migration – Irresponsible governance fails people seeking international protection. Central European University.

2016, September: Civil Societies: Perception and Realities of the Migrant Crisis. Andrássy University. Conference on Political Discourse on the Migrant Crisis in the EU and Western Balkans.

Presentations

2019, March: Should Refugees Govern Refugee Camps? A Normative Evaluation. University of Oxford at the conference “Democratizing Displacement”.

2018, June: Just and Unjust Criteria for Determining Refugee Status: The Case for Shifting from Individual Persecution to Political Oppression. University of Tromso at the Conference “Refugees and minority rights: Acceptable and unacceptable criteria for accepting/rejecting refugees in a non-ideal world”.

2018, February: The Situation of Refugees in Hungary after 2015. Work in Progress Seminar at the Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford.

2018, February: To Whom Should We Grant Asylum? Liberal Democracy and the Right to Refugeehood. Work in Progress Seminar at the Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford.

2017, December: Whose Responsibility are Refugees? On Systems of Shared Responsibility for Hosting Refugees. Institute for Advanced Studies Kőszeg. Conference on Sources of Modern Dissent.

2017, November: To Whom Should We Grant Asylum? Liberal Democracies and the Obligations towards Refugees. Institute for Advanced Studies, Kőszeg.

2017, April: Our Duties Towards Others: The Duty of the State Towards Refugees. Central European University. Conference on Politics in Illiberal Times.

2016, November: To Whom Should we Grant Asylum? A Conceptual History and Normative Argument for a Political Concept of Asylum and the Refugee. University of Augsburg. Conference on Political Theory of Refugees.

2016, June: To Whom Should We Grant Asylum? University of Malmö. Conference on Migration, Irregularisation and Activism Conference.

2016, April: To Whom Should We Grant Asylum? Central European University. Conference: 8th Graduate Network Conference.

2015, September: Political Obligation and the Military Draft: An Obligation to Die For the State? Eötvös Loránd University, Central European University and Pázmány Péter Catholic University. Conference on War and Peace in Political Thought: First Istvan Hont Conference in Political Thought, Budapest, Hungary.

Panels Chaired

2017, April: Politics in Illiberal Times. Central European University, Conference on Politics in Illiberal Times.

Panel Discussant

2016, August: Building a Home, Building an Identity. Central European University. Conference on The Challenge of the Refugee Crisis – Panacea or Pandemonium for Europe?

Conferences Organized

2018, March. 13th Annual Doctoral Conference. Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.

2017, April. Politics in Illiberal Times, 12th Annual Doctoral Conference. Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.

2016, April. 8th Graduate Network Conference. Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.

2016, April. 11th Annual Doctoral Conference. Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.

2015, April. 10th Annual Doctoral Conference. Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.