Alumni

Two Alumnae joined the research team of the The Jagiellonians: Dynasty, Memory and Identity in Central Europe project

The alumnae of Medieval Studies Department, Giedre Mickunaite and Stanislava Kuzmova, have joined the research team of an ERC-funded project The Jagiellonians: Dynasty, Memory and Identity in Central Europe based at the History Faculty, University of Oxford.

Emilia Jamroziak has been promoted to Professor of Medieval Religious History, at Leeds University

Emilia Jamroziak (MA'97) has been promoted to Professor of Medieval Religious History, at Leeds University. See more: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/profile/20046/392/emilia_jamroziak

Luka Špoljarić Wins Post-doctoral Fellowship at Villa I Tatti Florence

uka Spoljaric was awarded a one-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Harvard's Center for Italian Renaissance Studies at Villa I Tatti in Florence (1 July 2015 - 30 June 2016).

Public lecture by dr habil Ryszard Grzesik (MA' 94) at ELTE on November 4, 2014

The lecture dealt with one of the most controversial medieval chronicle, which is known as the Hungarian-Polish Chronicle. R.G. summarized his opinion on the Chronicle (text, versions, sources - with main focus on the Legenda Hartviciana), the date, the place and the milieu of its origin. He also showed the Hungarian and the Polish motifs, which reflected the discussion absorbed the political elites in both countries.

Source Language Teaching Group as Tool to Enhance Research and Use of Primary Texts

CEU alumna Reyhan Durmaz '12 received her master's degree in Medieval Studies and is now a PhD student at Brown University for religious studies.

Vladimir Baranov

Vladimir Baranov is a part-time lecturer of art history at Novosibirsk State University (Department of the History of Culture); his research focuses on problems related to the Byzantine Iconoclasm. He also works as art-therapist at the pediatric unit of the Hospital at the Institute of Physiology and Fundamental Medicine. Since February (2013) he is the father of nine children: a daughter and eight sons.

Iulia Caproş

Iulia Caproş has received her first degree in Philology at the State University in Chișnău, Moldova and worked as a lecturer at the Department of Classical Philology of the same institution. She defended her Doctoral Thesis at CEU in 2010. From 2007 to 2011 Iulia has taught different courses related to Middle Ages and Early Modern Times at the Department of World History at the State Pedagogical University in Chişinău, Moldova, for which she received several AFP OSI teaching scholarships.

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