Melinda Harlov

Melinda Harlov studied (among many other subjects) communications, nationalism and cultural heritage management in both Hungarian and English-speaking educational institutions. Since 2006, she has been working in diverse cultural and educational offices that made her able to create a multinational and multidisciplinary network with members at her researched area and to experience cooperation in such environment. Currently, she is writing her PhD dissertation at Atelier Department of European Social Sciences and Historiography at Eötvös Loránd University that focuses on how international norms (like UNESCO World Heritage Committee) and national requirements can be adopted to local and regional circumstances. Her main interest is to analyze the possible change in the representational power of the place due to its transformation. Her comparative approach is ensured also by attending both national and foreign scholarly programs and by presenting and publishing her research at these academic media.

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