Dr Anna Szász, sociologist, gained a Master degree in Nationalism Studies at Central European University and a year later graduated from University College London with an MA in Culture, Identity and Power.

She received her doctoral degree in Sociology with her thesis titled Memory Emancipated. Exploring the memory of the Nazi genocide of Roma in Hungary.

She is a researcher at the Institute of Sociology at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Her research involves contemporary visual art; ethical, pedagogical, political implication of various practices of ethnicity and historical remembrance; dynamics between domination and resistance; and the ethnic dimension in structural formations.