Daniel Cseh Fulbright Visting Student Researcher from Hungary studying with Professor Ueunten

Daniel Cseh is a Fulbright Visiting Student Researcher from Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest, Hungary currently working with AAS Professor Ueunten. He is conducting research on the exclusion and incarceration of persons of Japanese ancestry during World War II for his PhD dissertation. He is a PhD student at the Modern and Contemporary World History Doctoral Program at ELTE. He also teaches courses on American History at both the Modern and Contemporary World History and at the American Studies Department at ELTE. He is a member of the Hungarian Association for American Studies (HAAS).  Daniel chose to work with Professor Ueunten because of his long-time research in the field of Japanese American identity and culture.