-- Havas Ádám --felhasználói adatlapja
I earned my PhD in sociology from Corvinus University of Budapest in 2018. I am currently the head of Social Sciences Division at Milestone Institute which is an English language advanced study programme. Since 2014 I been conducting a qualitative research project on the stratification of the Hungarian jazz scene titled 'Poor Neighbors: The Structure of the Hungarian Jazz Scene' under the supervision of Prof. Miklós Hadas. My earlier works include the study of the historical genesis of the Hungarian theatre and literary fields in the early 19th century. From 2017 I am chairing IASPM Hungary and I became permanent member of Replika Journal's editorial board. My interests include cultural sociology, historical sociology, popular music studies, aesthetics and current trends in sociological theory.