Professor, Addiction Studies & Research; Adictive and Counter-addictive Practices in Modernity
Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow. He has published numerous books and papers in the field of substance abuse and recovery, and has focused recently on the work of EM Jellinek, the founder of alcohol/addiction studies. Among his books are
Kelemen, Gábor & Mark, Mónika (2016), Jellinek Revalued. Drug and Alcohol Today, 16, (accepted for publication)
Marta B Erdos, Gabor Kelemen (2011): The Finite Universe. History of Communism in Europe 2: pp. 281-309.
Kelemen Gábor, B. Erdős Márta (2010): Health Learning as Identity Learning in the Therapeutic Community. Addictologia Hungarica. 9:(3) 216-225.
Michael Seltzer, Kelemen, Gábor (2009): Theoretical Reflections on Rites of Passage in a Hungarian Therapeutic Community. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 4. 178-201.
B. Erdős Márta, Kelemen Gábor, Brettner Zsuzsanna (2009): It’s High Time: Experience of Drug-dependent Persons in Recovery. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 4:(3) 202-218.
Kelemen Gábor, B. Erdős Márta, Madácsy József (2007): Voices of sobriety. Addiction Research & Theory 15:(2) 127-140.
Michael Seltzer, Kelemen Gábor (2007): Rituals of Trust to Counteract Double Legacies of Deceit and Denial among Recovering Drug Addicts in Post-Soviet Hungary: An Experience Report. International Journal of Self Help and Self Care 5.(4) 317-335.
B. Erdős Márta, Kelemen Gábor (2004): The Code of Grace:
B. Erdős Márta, Kelemen Gábor (2003): The role of reintegration rituals in sobriety, Dynamische Psychiatrie 36, 89-113.
P Osváth, G Kelemen, MB Erdős, V Vörös, S Fekete (2003): The Main Factors of Repetition: Review of Some Results of the Pecs Center in the WHO/EURO Multicentre Study on Suicidal Behavior. The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 24 (4), 151-154.