Dr Thomas Lorman
Teaching Fellow in Modern Central European History
- Joined UCL
- 16th Sep 2013
I am interested in the history of Central Europe, particularly Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, and am in the process of publishing a history of the Hungarian constitution, which I have co-edited with Professor Ferenc Hörcher, as well as my own study of the Slovak People's Party, forthcoming in 2019. I am also in the process of publishing a study of consociational politics in the Habsburg Monarchy and interwar Czechoslovakia which i co-wrote with Professor Daniel Miller and Professor Phillip Howe. I also serve as an editor, along with Dr Eszter Tarsoly, of one of the School's journals entitled Central Europe.
This academic year i am teaching SEHI0001 Seminars in History(BA); SEHI0012 Czechoslovakia in the Age of Extremes (BA); HIST0474 The Fall and Rise of the Polish Nation, 1648-1921 (BA); SEES0058 The Crisis Zone: Central Europe 1900-1990 (MA) and will contribute a series of five lectures to the compulsory first-year HPE course SEHI0003 Frontiers of History.
I obtained my Ph. D from the School of Slavonic and East European Studies in 2001 for a dissertation that examined high politics in Hungary in the early 1920s. I then taught a range of European history courses at the University of Cincinnati from 2003-2010. I then returned to the School as a teaching fellow in Central European history.