Eszter Babarczy

Eszter Babarczy was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1966.

She is a new media researcher, cultural historian, journalist, essayist, and translator. She has been working for the interdisciplinary new media research group MOKK BME since 2002, and led the Virtual Enterprise Project for Magyar Telekom in 2004.

Babarczy is the founder and manager of several internet communities, Bura, which is an open web community for people with depression or personality disorders, and Bolyai Műhely Alapítvány, which is a restricted access community for talented youth in Hungary.

She is currently a senior researcher and associate professor at Moholy-Nagy University for Applied Arts, Budapest, and a senior researcher at Budapest University for Technology and Economics.

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Tuesday 19 October 2010, 6.00pm Central European University, 1051 Budapest, Nádor utca 9, Hungary

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