Andrej Findor studied politics and social science at the Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia; Central European University in Budapest, Hungary; and Bielefeld University, Germany; and since 2003 works as an assistant professor at the Institute of European Studies and International Relations, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava.
Andrej’s book Začiatky národných dejín (The Beginnings of National History) was published in 2011. Andrej authored and co-authored a number of research articles and co-edited (with Sophie Wahnich and Barbara Lášticová) and (with Peter Dráľ) Ako skúmať národ. Deväť štúdíi o etnicite a nacionalizme (Exploring the Nation: Nine Studies on Ethnicity and Nationalism) (Tribun EU: Brno, 2009).
His research interests include moral judgment and its relation to political attitudes, and interventions aimed at reducing stereotypes, prejudice and discriminatory behaviour against stigmatised out-groups, and persuasive communication for positive social change.
Political Psychology (BA)
Political Communication (BA)
Methodology of social science research - research design I and II (MA)
Master Thesis seminar (MA)