MARIO FENYŐ (Budapest, 1935), historian. He received his MA in history from Yale University and his PhD from the American University in Washington, DC. From 1988 he is Professor at Bowie State University, MD. In 2007 he was a visiting professor at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. He received various grants and awards, including the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary and the Knight’s Cross. His most important publications include Mario Fenyo on the Third World: a Reader (2002), Hitler, Horthy and Hungary (1972), A Nyugat hőskora és háttere [The background and golden age of the review Nyugat] (2001). His current research focuses on the legacy of Emil Torday and the historiography of the Caribbean.