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researcher , sociologist

Istvàn Kamaràs, Hungarian sociologist, researcher. Certified library, sociologist, secondary school teacher Hungary. Vice president Hungarian Pax Romana, since 2004; president Association Sociology of Religion, Budapest, 1995—2002.

Background

Kamaràs, Istvàn was born on March 20, 1941 in Munkàcs, Ukraine. Son of József Kamaràs and Erzsèbet Bencze.

Education

Diplom, Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary, 1966. Diplom, Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, University Pécs, Hungary, 1997.

Habilitation, University Pécs, Hungary, 2000.

Career

Department head The National Library, Budapest, 1968—1985. Senior member Institute Culture, 1985—1990, Institute Pedagogy, Budapest, 1991—1995. Assistant professor University Pécs, 1996—1998, University Veszprém, Hungary, 1999—2001, head department Hungary, since 2002.

Achievements

  • Certified library, sociologist, secondary school teacher Hungary.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Olvasatok/Interpretations, 1996, Krisnasok Magyarorszagon/Krishna Believers in Hungary, 1998, (novels) Csigamese/Tale of a Snail, 1998.

Membership

Vice president Hungarian Pax Romana, since 2004. President Association Sociology of Religion, Budapest, 1995—2002.

Connections

Married Àgnes Kézdi, August 15, 1965. Children: Kinga, Bàlint.

father:
József Kamaràs

mother:
Erzsèbet Bencze

spouse:
Àgnes Kézdi

children:
Kinga Kamaràs

Bàlint Kamaràs