Luke Larson currently serves as a visiting fellow at the Mathias Corvinus Collegium in Budapest. A native of Saint Paul, Minnesota, Luke has lived and worked in Hungary since 2020. During the 2022-2023 academic year, he participated in the Hungary Foundation’s Budapest Fellowship program, writing articles on trends in European politics, social issues, and the intersection of faith and society that have appeared in publications such as The American Conservative, National Catholic Register, and The American Mind. At the Research Institute for Hungarian Communities Abroad, he conducted research on the Hungarian minority community in western Ukraine. He graduated from Minnesota State University in 2017 with BA degrees in international relations, geography, and Spanish. In 2019, he completed studies in philosophy and theology at the University of Saint Thomas in Saint Paul. His teaching experience ranges from high school education in the United States and Hungary, live historical interpretation and museum education with the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, and lectures for university students and the public with the Mathias Corvinus Collegium.
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