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CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: SZENTPETERI NAGY Richard Péter Gyula
Born on 27 September 1965 in Kiskunhalas, Hungary
E-mail: szentpeterinagyrichard@gmail.com
Tel: +36 70 2585115

ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE

  • 2014-2019:      Teacher of Political Science in various faculties of the National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2016-2018:      Assistant lecturer, Institute of Theory of State and Government, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2012-2016:      Assistant lecturer, Department of Theory of State and Political Science, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2010-2012:      Assistant lecturer, Social Sciences Department, Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2008-2010:      Lecturer, Social Sciences Department, Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2006-2008:      Lecturer, Constitutional Law Department, Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2002-2003:      Intern, The Canadian (Wirth) Centre for Austrian and Central European Studies, University of Alberta, Canada
  • 1998–1999:     Teacher of Constitutional Law, ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 1998–1999:     Research Fellow, Institute for Political Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary. Research on EU enlargement policy
  • 1998–1999:     Honorary Visiting Fellow, Social Sciences Department, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London
  • 1997–1998:     Teacher/Fellow, Hungarian Section, Department of East European Languages and Culture, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London
  • 1996–1997:     Free-lance liaison interpreter for the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London
  • 1994–1995:     Research Fellow, Institute for Legal and Administrative Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary. Participating in elaborating and editing the first official concept of the new Constitution of Hungary

 

CIVIL WORK EXPERIENCE

  • 2005-2019:     Senior Research Fellow, Méltányosság Centre for Political Analyses, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2015-2019:     Editor in Chief, Athenaeum Review. Founder of a journal of conservative thoughts
  • 2010-2019:     Editor, Klubrádió, Budapest, Hungary. Anchorman of a weekly political-educational magazine

 

CIVIL  SERVICE WORK EXPERIENCE

  • 2000–2001:     Cultural Secretary, Appointed Director, The Cultural Institute of the Republic of Hungary, Bratislava (Pozsony), Slovakia. Organising Hungarian cultural events in the Slovak Republic
  • 1999–2000:     Executive, EU Secretariat, The Supreme Prosecutor’s Office, Budapest, Hungary. In charge of EU legal harmonisation matters
  • 1999:               General Adviser to the Government, The Prime Minister’s Office, Budapest, Hungary. Supervising the activity of the Ministry of Justice
  • 1995–1998:     Deputy Head of Department General, Secretariat for the Drafting of the New Constitution, Ministry of Justice, Budapest, Hungary. Participating, as a representative of the Ministry, in the work of the Parliamentary Committee for the Drafting of the New Constitution, to complete its Principal Concept of the New Constitution. Earlier, as member of the editorial team, taking part in elaboration of the ministry’s Regulatory Concept of the New Constitution
  • 1991–1994:     Attaché, Diplomat, Central European Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Budapest, Hungary. Dealing mainly with Czech and Slovak political affairs

 

EDUCATION

  • 1998–2018:     PhD studies of Constitutional Law, ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2002-2004:      Individual research program, CCACES, University of Alberta, Canada
  • 1996-1998:    Individual research program, SSEES, University of London, UK
  • 1992–1996:     Faculty of Politology, Institute for Advanced Legal Studies,

ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary

  • 1993–1994:     Political Sciences Department, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 1991–1992:     Special Course for Diplomats, Diplomatic Academy, Vienna, Austria
  • 1987–1991:     Faculty of Law and Administration, ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 1984–1987:     Semester studies at law faculties of University of Warsaw, Poland, 1986-87;

Comenius University, Bratislava-Pozsony, Cz-Slovakia, 1986;

Charles University, Prague, Czech-S, 1985;

Kliment Ohridsky University, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1984-85.

 

OTHER STUDIES AND WORK EXPERIENCES

Advanced courses, summer schools, summer practices, visiting lectures, study visits, peregrinations and scholarships in most of the countries in Europe, including courses at the University of Lisbon, 1996; Patent Courts in the Hague and London, 1995; TMC Asser Institute, The Hague, 1995; workshops at Uppsala University, 1995; Institute for Administration, Oslo, 1995; Institute for Legal and Administrative Sciences, Bucharest, 1995; Institute for Legal and Administrative Sciences, Warsaw, 1994; courses at Uppsala University, 1994; Cortona, Italy; organised by the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna, 1993; study visits to Strasbourg, Brussels, 1993; Europa Institute, Berlin, 1993; peregrinations to Western Europe and the Balkans, 1991-92; practice at the University of Riga, visits to Universities of Tallinn and Vilnius, 1990; study visits to Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, 1985-90.

 

Budapest, June 1, 2019.
Richard SZENTPETERI NAGY

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