Adri Kácsor is a PhD student at the Department of Art History at Northwestern University. Adri is primarily interested in twentieth-century communist art in Europe and the Soviet Union. Her dissertation project centers on the entangled relationship between nationalism and internationalism in the work of the Hungarian communist artists, who lived in exile in the Soviet Union following the collapse of the short-lived Hungarian Bolshevik regime in 1919. Prior to her doctoral studies at Northwestern, Adri studied journalism and history in Budapest, Hungary, earning degrees at the Eötvös Loránd University and the Central European University.