|Degrees:||B.A. (Concordia), M.A. (Carleton), PhD (Ottawa)|
Christopher Adam has taught European history at Carleton since January 2008. His field of research focuses on postwar Hungarian history, the history of Hungarian state security during the Cold War and Hungarian immigration to Canada in the twentieth century. His approach to teaching European history incorporates an emphasis on both the western and eastern regions of the continent and focuses on the “long twentieth century.”
Christopher Adam, et. al. (ed), The 1956 Hungarian Revolution: Hungarian and Canadian Perspectives (University of Ottawa Press, 2010).
Christopher Adam, “Dire Straits? A kanadai media szabályozás a magyarországi mediatörvények tükrében,” (Dire Straits: Canadian Media Regulation in Light of Hungary’s Media Laws), Egyenlitő, (Vol. IX, No. 3, 2011).
Christopher Adam, “Spying on the Refugees: the Kádár Regime’s Secret Agents,” Hungarian Studies Review (Vol. XXXV, Nos. 1-2, 2008).
Christopher Adam, “The Catholic Church in Interwar and Wartime Hungary,” Hungarian Studies Review, (Vol. XXXV, Nos. 1-2, 2008).