Éva Mathey, Assistant Professor of American Studies and Associate Editor of HJEAS, University of Debrecen, teaches American history and culture. She does research in American society and political culture during the period between the world wars, Hungarian-American relations, with special emphasis on the interwar years, and her interest also extends to the history of the American woman. She earned her Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Debrecen in 2012. She has published articles both in Hungarian and English in journals such as Studii de limbi si literature modern (2001), Aetas (2014), Eger Journal of American Studies (2010, 2012), Hungarian Studies Review (2015), and Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies (2015). Currently, she is working on a project to publish her dissertation, Chasing a Mirage: Hungarian Revisionist Search for US Support to Dismantle the Trianon Peace Treaty, 1920–1938 in Hungarian at Debrecen University Press.