Dr. Tamás Dezső is a Director of the Migration Research Institute, historian, anthropologist, and university professor. From 2001, he was Associate Professor at the Department of Assyriology and Hebraism at the ELTE University of Applied Sciences, Deputy Director of the Institute of Ancient Studies, and later Deputy Dean of Research at the Faculty. From 2006 to 2015, he was Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at Eötvös Loránd University and former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Tempus Public Foundation. Since 2014, he has made eight visits to Iraqi Kurdistan, during which he conducted archaeological and heritage research, investigated the situation of persecuted Christians, and visited the frontlines of the fight against the Islamic State on six occasions. He has recently published several analyses on the migration aspects of the population and security situation in the Middle East.
Migrations in the 21st Century
Law Enforcment Tent