Specialist in constitutionalism and in human and minority rights in Central and Eastern Europe.
Stephen Pogany is Professor Emeritus, University of Warwick, United Kingdom and is part of the Visiting Faculty at the Central European University, Budapest where he teaches a postgraduate course on: “Minority Rights, Migrants and the Cosmopolitan Challenge”. Stephen Pogany has written extensively about the Roma of the CEE region, constitutional transition in post-Communist societies, minority rights, anti-Semitism and issues concerning historical memory.
He is currently completing a book, which is provisionally entitled: Modern Times: A Holocaust Memoir. This book examines the private and professional lives of a fairly typical working class, secular Jewish-Hungarian family from the latter decades of the 19th century until the final impact of the Holocaust in late autumn 1944.