Alíz Nagy holds a PhD in Sociology (ELTE 2019); a Nationalism Studies MA (CEU 2018); and an International Relations MA with specialization in International Human Rights (ELTE 2013). Her PhD dissertation deals with the claim-making strategies of transborder Hungarian organizations. Currently she teaches and researches human rights and citizenship studies at Eötvös Loránd University, at the Department of Human Rights and Politics.
Kállai, Péter and Nagy, Alíz. “Parliamentary Representation of Nationalities and Kin-Minorities – Hungary’s Biased Electoral System.” European Yearbook of Minority Issues, vol. 17, issue 1, pp. 171–189.