Beáta Huszka


Short CV:

Beáta Huszka, MSCF fellow at ELIAMEP (Athens, Greece), associate researcher of ECFR focusing on policy issues in Southeast Europe, completed her Ph.D. at the Central European University in 2010. From 2013 to 2017, she led a work package of the EU’s FP7 project FRAME researching the role of human rights in the EU’s external relations. She is the author of the book Secessionist Movements and Ethnic Conflict (Routledge, 2014). Her current research projects focus on bilateral conflicts in the Western Balkans, EU enlargement and minority rights litigation in Central Eastern Europe.

Selected publications:

‘Human Rights on the Losing end of EU Enlargement: The Case of Serbia,’ (2017) JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 56: 352–367.

Huszka, B. & Körtvélyesi, Zs. (2017) ‘Conditional Changes: Europeanization in the Western Balkans and the Example of Media Freedom,’ Intersections. EEJSP 3(2): 8-32.

‘Eurosceptic and pro-enlargement: The paradoxes of Hungary’s EU policy,’ (2017) Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 4: 591-609.

‘Framing National Identity in Independence Campaigns: Secessionist Rhetoric and Ethnic Conflict,’ (2014) Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 20(2). 

Secessionist Movements and Ethnic Conflict. Debate-Framing and Rhetoric in Independence Campaigns (2014), Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge.

Huszka, B. and Körtvélyesi, Zs. “Enlargement.” The European Union and Human Rights: Law and Policy, edited by Jan Wouters, et al., Oxford University Press (forthcoming in 2020).

HU 2019.10.18.