Anna Adorjáni is a PhD student at the University of Vienna, Department of East European History. She studied social history, international relations, and cultural heritage at Babeş-Bolyai University (Cluj-Napoca, Romania) and at Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest, Hungary). She continued her studies and conducted research in Tübingen, Vienna, and Berlin.
As an undergraduate student, she focused on the concept of ’nation’ in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Trasylvania. Her MA thesis concentrated on the role of intellectuals in the adaptation of Western ideas. She joined the ERC project ‘NTAutonomy’ in April 2018. Her research interests include the interpretation of non-territorial autonomy in the Late Habsburg and Interwar Hungary.