Dr Endre Dányi

BA/MA (ELTE), MA (CEU), MSc (LSE), PhD (Lancs)

University Fellow

Endre Dányi in Senior Research Fellow at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and University Fellow at the Charles Darwin University in Darwin, Australia. Educated in Budapest, London and Lancaster, Endre is a sociologist interested in the spatial-material conditions of democratic politics. His PhD was an ethnographic study of the Hungarian Parliament whereas his Habilitation project focuses on situations where parliamentary logics break down or reach their limits.

His recent publications have appeared in Social Studies of Science; Science, Technology & Human Values; the Journal of International RElations & Development, and The Sociological Review. Endre is co-founder and co-editor of Mattering Press - an Open Access book publisher specialised in Science and Technology Studies.

Research Interests

  • Ethnography
  • Science and Technology Studies (STS)
  • Actor-Network Theory (ANT)
  • Liberal democracy
  • Refugee crisis
  • Sovereignty
  • Global drug policy
  • Governance
  • Indigenous politics
  • Representation

Link to Research Publications