Dr. András Lénárt is currently Research Fellow at the National Széchényi Library in Budapest, Hungary. Dr. Lénárt holds a PhD in Economic and Social History, as well as three MA degrees (in History, Spanish and Sociology) from ELTE University Budapest (Hungary).
As the recipient of several fellowships throughout his academic career, Dr. Lénárt is likewise the author of numerous articles and book chapters. Some of his publications include, “Mass Murderers in Plain Clothes: The Life of Arrow Cross Party Members,” (2014), "'Petty' Arrow-Cross supporters in the Interior Ministry files,” (2016), and “The Legacy of World War II and Belated Justice in the Hungarian Films of the early Kádár Era." His most current chapter, "Sisi Redux: The Empress Elisabeth and Her Cult in Post-Communist Hungary,” was published in Sissi’s World: The Empress Elisabeth in Memory and Myth (2018).