Roland Clark specialises in the history of East-Central Europe, and of interwar Romania in particular. He has studied at the University of Sydney (Australia) and the University of Pittsburgh (USA), and has taught at Eastern Connecticut State University (USA) and the University of Liverpool (UK). He is a Senior Fellow with the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right and President of the Society for Romanian Studies. His research interests include fascism, social movements, violence, gender, theology, and lived religion.
Prizes or Honours
- Book Prize (Society for Romanian Studies, 2017)
- Shortlisted for General History Prize (NSW Premier's History Awards, 2016)