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2018—present: PhD in Medieval History at Eötvös Loránd University

2014—2018: MA in History at Eötvös Loránd University

2016—2017: MA in Medieval Studies at Central European University

2011—2014: BA in History at Eötvös Loránd University, minor in Scandinavian Studies


Hungarian: native

English: advanced (IELTS 8.5 [C2], 2018)

French: advanced (DALF C1, 2015)

Danish: intermediate

German: intermediate (C1, 2011)

Latin: intermediate/advanced


The Integration of Saint-Victor of Marseille into the Landed Elite of 11th-Century Provence

advisor: Dr. Péter Molnár

The aim of my dissertation is to provide a comprehensive overview of the political connections and strategies of the abbey of Saint-Victor of Marseille in Provence following its re-establishment in 977. By the end of the 11th century, the monastery succeeded at growing from an economically vulnerable community of five monks into one of the most influential political forces in the region. The analysis of this progress can shed light on the structural characteristics and inner dynamics of Provençal society and on the formation of a monastic community's self-narrative.

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