Oszkár Roginer-Hofmeister has training in Hungarian studies, sociology, and history. He has finished his diploma studies in Novi Sad (Serbia), obtained a PhD in literary sciences at the University of Pécs (Hungary), and studied cultural sociology at the universities of Zadar (Croatia) and Graz (Austria). Currently, he is a PhD candidate in the Centre for Southeast European Studies at the Karl Franzens University of Graz. His main interests lay in Hungarian minority societies, Hungarian minority art and literature, Hungarian press history of Yugoslavia, identity- and memory politics of the Hungarian ethnic minority in Yugoslavia. During his studies he worked as a journalist at the RTV Vojvodina, as well as in various positions at the Centre for Inter-American Studies in Graz, the Institute for Minority Studies on the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest, the Department of Russian and East European Studies at Charles University in Prague, the Center for Advanced Studies - South East Europe on the University of Rijeka and the Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities in Cluj-Napoca.