Borbála Jász

Assistan Lecturer
Budapest University of Technology and Economics


Borbála Jász is a philosopher, art and architecture historian. She works as an Assistant Research Fellow at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Philosophy, and as an Assistant Lecturer at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Her research field is the connection between architecture and philosophy in the interwar period and eastern Central-European Socialist Realism. Her current project is the visual communication of buildings and the city.


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