Enrolled PhD Students

2016/2017
László Bence Bari
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Goarding Knots: National Movements and State Politics in Central and Eastern Europe in the Long 19th Century
Supervisor: Balázs Trencsényi
Ágnes Kende
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Memories of Stone: The Politics of Holocaust Remembrance in Hungary and Germany, 1980-2014
Supervisor: Constantin Iordachi
Vilius Kubekas
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Lithuanian Catholic Intellectuals Facing the Second World War
Supervisor: Balázs Trencsényi
Nikola Ludlova
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Social Engineering in Socialist Czechoslovakia. Biopolitics as a Tool of Transforming and Controlling Gypsy Subjects.
Filip Lyapov
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: The Crown's Thorns: Balkan Dictatorship and the Army
Supervisor: Constantin Iordachi
Riikkamari Muhonen
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: The Connections of Moscow-based People's Friendship University with the Developing World 1960-1982: A Case Study of Soviet Soft Power and Transnational Relations
Anastasia Papushina
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Concepts of Death and Suffering in Revolutionary Festivals: Comparing the Experience of French and Russian Revolution
Supervisor: Marsha Siefert
2015/2016
Aliaksandr Bystryk
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: From Poets to Statesmen: Transformation of the Belarusian National Movement in the Time of the European Crisis (1914-1921).
Supervisor: Alexei Miller
Georgi Georgiev
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Feedback from the Secret Radio: Comparative History of Gathering Information under Cold War Constraints
Supervisor: Constantin Iordachi
Iva Jelusic
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Remembering Women Partisans in Tito’s Yugoslavia
Supervisor: Constantin Iordachi
Lovro Kralj
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Paving the Road to Death: Antisemitism in the Ustasha Movement (1929-1945)
Supervisor: Constantin Iordachi
Réka Krizmanics
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Writing History in Softening Dictatorships
Supervisor: Balázs Trencsényi
Nikola Pantić
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Networks of the Holy: The Levantine Sufi- Ulama Networks and Religious Practices in the Ottoman Eighteenth Century
Supervisor: Aziz Alazmeh
Blasco Sciarrino
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Activism and status among politically organized veterans in Italy and Greater Romania, 1918-1945: a comparative and connective study
Supervisor: Constantin Iordachi
2014/2015
Imogen Bayley
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: In the Waiting Room: Shifting Migration Strategies and the Displaced of the British Zone (1945-1950)
Supervisor: Carsten L. Wilke
Alexandra Medzibrodszky
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Christian Socialism in Late Imperial Russia
Supervisor: Matthias Riedl
Marko Miljkovic
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: How Tito Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Bomb: The Yugoslav Nuclear Program, 1948-1970
Supervisor: Marsha Siefert
Agne Rimkute
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Producing Persons while Making Films: Bureaucracy and Film Industry in the Socialist Republic of Serbia and the Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic (1957 - 1972)
Supervisor: Marsha Siefert
Nicholas Warmuth
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: On the Border of Totalitarianism: Camp Society between Ideology and Practice in KZ Flossenbürg, 1938-1945
Supervisor: Constantin Iordachi
2013/2014
Ahmet Bilaloglu
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: The “Enlightened” Ottomans: Bookish Innovations and Intellectual Investments in the Long Eighteenth Century
Supervisor:
Matyas Erdélyi
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: The Making of a Productivist Middle Class. The Students of ‘Commercial’ High Schools in Pre-Socialist Hungary and their Battle for Social Legitimation, Elite Training and Middle-Class Identity
Supervisor:
Adela-Gabriela Hincu
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Studying the Population: Sociological Investigation and Mass Surveillance in Socialist Romania, 1965-1977
Supervisor: Balázs Trencsényi
Ádám Mézes
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Doubt and Diagnosis: Medical Experts Facing the Supernatural in 18th century Habsburg Monarchy
Supervisor: László Kontler
Katalin Pataki
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Discourses on Social Utility in the Eighteenth-century Habsburg Empire
Supervisor: László Kontler
Martin Pjecha
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Discourses of Violence in the Hussite Movement
Supervisor: Matthias Riedl
2012/2013
Ágoston Berecz
doctoral nominee - doktorjelölt
Thesis title: Chapters from the Political Life of Names. The Nationalisation of Names and Naming in Dualist Hungary.
Supervisor: Balázs Trencsényi
Tadas Janusauskas
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Meeting Points of Jews and Lithuanians during the interwar period:alliances and clashes
Yuriy Koshulap
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Confessional Nationalism and Unification Policies of Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytsky in the Interwar Galicia
Supervisor: Matthias Riedl
Dejan Lukic
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Knowledge of the Land and the People: Local Knowledge in Early Geological and Geographical Research in the Yugoslav Lands
Dejan Lukic
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Knowledge of the Land and the People: Local Knowledge in Early Geological and Geographical Research in the Yugoslav Lands
Supervisor: Karl Hall
Mladen Medved
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Governance and (Under) Development in a Semiperipheral Empire: Croatia, Hungary, and Habsburg Monarchy in Comparative Perspective (1849-1883)
Supervisor: Susan Zimmermann
Andriy Posunko
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: The Transformation of the New Russian Borderland: Adaptation and Resistance (1775 - 1835)
Supervisor: Alfred J. Rieber
Anna Sugiyama
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Rethinking Institutions: Imperatives of Underground Seminars in the Late Socialist Czechoslovakia and Poland (1970-80s: Podzemni univerzita, uniwersytet latajacy)
Supervisor: Karl Hall
Aniello Verde
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: The Italian “third way”: strategy and rhetoric of the democratic alternative, 1980-1989
Supervisor: Marsha Siefert
2011/2012
Mihai-Dan Cirjan
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Peasant Indebtedness and Credit Relations in the aftermath of the Great Depression: Reinventing the State by Governing Economic Life in Post-liberal Romania (1931-1942)
Supervisor: Balázs Trencsényi
Francesco La Rocca
doctoral nominee - doktorjelölt
Thesis title: Writers of Tales: A Study on National Literary Epic Poetry with a Comparative Analysis of the Albanian and South Slavic Cases
Supervisor: György Szőnyi
Oskar Mulej
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: National Liberal Heirs in Central Europe during the Interwar Period
Supervisor: Maciej Janowski
2010/2011
Adrian Grama
doctoral nominee - doktorjelölt
Thesis title: Laboring Along: Industrial Workers and the Making of Postwar Romania (1944-1955)
Supervisor: Marsha Siefert
Eda Guclu
probationary doctoral candidate - doktorandusz jelölt
Thesis title: Social Practices of Property in Ottoman Istanbul, 1865-1900
Supervisor: Tolga U. Esmer
Liliana Iuga
doctoral nominee - doktorjelölt
Thesis title: Reshaping the Historic City under Socialism: State Preservation, Urban Planning, and the Politics of Scarcity in Romania (1945-1977)
Supervisor: Constantin Iordachi
2009/2010
Thomas Szerecz
probationary doctoral candidate - doktorandusz jelölt
Thesis title: Comparative Historians in Hugary between the Neo-Conservative and Communist Eras
Supervisor: Maciej Janowski
Piotr Wcislik
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
Thesis title: Democratic Politics in Times of Solidarity: An Intellectual History