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Durham University

Department of History

History Now! Public Lectures at the Gala Theatre Durham

Illiberal Democracies? Hungary and Romania in Interwar Europe

Lecture to be given by Dr James Koranyi

Since the emergence of self-styled illiberal democracies in east-central Europe, most prominently in Hungary and Poland, observers have noted that east-central European societies simply have no history of democracy to boast of and therefore revert to type. This talk questions that view and discovers another story.

Date: 17 June 2019

Time: 5.45pm

Tickets: Free, but booking recommended: https://www.galadurham.co.uk/galapost/illiberal-democracies-hungary-and-romania-in-interwar-europe/