Students graduated with US degree

2012/2013
Áron Orbán
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Born for Phoebus. Solar-astral Symbolism and Poetical Self-representation in Conrad Celtis and his Humanist Circles.
Supervisor: György Szőnyi
2011/2012
Márta Kondor
doctoral candidate - doktorandusz
PhD degree awarded - PhD fokozattal végzett
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: The Ginger Fox's Two Crowns. Central Administration and Government in Sigismund of Luxembourg's Realms 1410-1419
Supervisor: Katalin Szende
Christopher Mielke
PhD degree awarded - PhD fokozattal végzett
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Every Hyacinth the Garden Wears: The Archaeology of Medieval Hungarian Queenship (1000-1395)
Supervisor:
Andrea-Bianka Znorovszky
PhD degree awarded - PhD fokozattal végzett
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Between Mary and Christ: Depicting Cross-Dressed Saints in the Middle Ages (c. 1200-1600)
Supervisor:
2010/2011
Teodora Artimon
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: The Proto-Myth of Stephen the Great of Moldavia
Supervisor: Gerhard Jaritz
Dora Ivanišević
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: Epitaphic Culture and Social History in Late Antique Salona (ca. 250 – 600 C.E.)
Supervisor: Volker Menze
Tamás Kiss
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Cyprus in Venetian and Ottoman Political Imagination, c. 1489-1582
Supervisor:
James Plumtree
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: ‘How the Corpse of a Most Mighty King... The Use of the Death and Burial of the English Monarch (From Edward to Henry I)’
Supervisor:
2009/2010
Wojciech Kozlowski
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: The Thirteenth Century International System and the Origins of the Angevin-Piast Alliance
Supervisor: Balázs Nagy
Irina Savinetskaya
PhD degree awarded - PhD fokozattal végzett
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: The Politics and Poetics of Morbus Gallicus in the German Lands (1495 - 1520)
Supervisor: Gerhard Jaritz
Roman Shlyakhtin
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: From Huns into Persians: The Image of the Seljuk Turks of Asia Minor among the Byzantine Literati of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries
Supervisor: Daniel Ziemann
2008/2009
Kyra Lyublyanovics
PhD degree awarded - PhD fokozattal végzett
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: The Socio-Economic Integration of Cumans in Medieval Hungary. An Archaeozoological Approach.
Supervisor: Alice Mathea Choyke
Divna Manolova
PhD degree awarded - PhD fokozattal végzett
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Discourses of Science and Philosophy in the Letters of Nikephoros Gregoras
Marijana Vuković
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: Martyr Memories: The Afterlife of the Martyrdom of Irenaeus of Sirmium between East and West in Medieval Hagiographical Collections (Eighth – Eleventh Centuries).
Supervisor: Marianne Sághy
2007/2008
Ágnes Drosztmér
PhD degree awarded - PhD fokozattal végzett
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Images of Distance and Closeness: The Ottomans in Sixteenth-Century Hungarian Vernacular Poetry
Supervisor:
Svetlana Tsonkova
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: Charms, Amulets: Rites: Verbal Magic and Daily Life in Late Medieval and Early Modern Bulgaria
Supervisor:
2006/2007
Florin Leonte
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: Rhetoric in Purple: the Renewal of Imperial Ideology in the Texts of Emperor Manuel II Palaiologos
2005/2006
Krisztina Arany
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Florentine Families in Hungary In the First Half of the Fifteenth Century
Supervisor: Balázs Nagy
Zsófia Buda
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Sacrifice and Redemption in the Hamburg Miscellany. The Illustration of a Fifteenth-century Ashkenazi Manuscript
Supervisor: Gerhard Jaritz
Fabrizio Conti
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Preachers and Confessors Against "Superstitions". The Rosarium Sermonum by Bernardino Busti and Its Milanese Context. (Late Fifteenth Century)
Supervisor: Gábor Klaniczay
Robert Kurelić
PhD degree awarded - PhD fokozattal végzett
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Eagle and Lion: Integration, Immigration, and Conflict on the Istrian Frontier in the Sixteenth Century
Supervisor: Gerhard Jaritz
Magdolna Szilágyi
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Árpád Period Communication Networks: Road Systems in Western Transdanubia
Supervisor:
2004/2005
Ana Maria Gruia
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Religious Representations on Stove Tiles from the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary
Supervisor: József Laszlovszky
Lovro Kunčević
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: The Myth of Ragusa: Discourses on Civic Identity in an Adriatic City-State (1350-1600)
Supervisor: Gerhard Jaritz
András Németh
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Imperial Systematization of the Past: Emperor Constantine VII and His Historical Excerpts
Trpimir Vedriš
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: Hagiography as Memory: Saints' Cults and the Construction of the Past in Medieval Dalmatia
Supervisor:
2003/2004
Jurgita Kunsmanaitė
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Provisions for Widowhood in the Legal Sources of Sixteenth-Century Lithuania
Supervisor: Katalin Szende
Stanislava Kuzmová
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Preaching Saint Stanislaus: Medieval Sermons on Saint Stanislaus of Cracow and Their Role in the Construction of His Image and Cult
Supervisor: Gábor Klaniczay
2002/2003
Petra Mutlova
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: Radicals and Heretics: The Dresden School in Prague
Supervisor: Gábor Klaniczay
2001/2002
Edit Belényesyné Sárosi
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Landscapes and settlements in the Kecskemét Region, 1300–1700
Supervisor:
Iulia Capros
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Students from Košice at Foreign Universities Before and During the Reformation Period in the Town
Supervisor: Katalin Szende
Réka Forrai
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: The Interpreter of the Popes. The Translation Project of Anastasius Bibliothecarius
Supervisor: György László Geréby
Mariana Goina
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: The Uses of Pragmatic Literacy in the Medieval Principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia (from the State Foundation to the End of the Sixteenth Century)
Supervisor: Gerhard Jaritz
Rozana Vojvoda
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: Dalmatian Illuminated Manuscripts Written in Beneventan Script and Benedictine Scriptoria in Zadar, Dubrovnik, and Trogir
Supervisor: Béla Zsolt Szakács
Yuriy Zazulyak
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Enmity, Dispute and Noble Community in the Late Medieval Kingdom of Poland in the Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries. Evidence from the Rus' Palatinate.
Supervisor: János Bak
2000/2001
Ottó Gecser
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: Aspects of the Cult of St. Elizabeth of Hungary with a Special Emphasis on Preaching, 1231-c.1500
Supervisor: Gábor Klaniczay
Orsolya Réthelyi
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Mary of Hungary in Court Context (1521-1531)
Supervisor: Katalin Szende
Emese Sarkadi Nagy
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Produced for Transylvainia - Local Workshops and Foreign Connections. Studies to Late Medieval Altarpieces of Transylvania.
Supervisor: Marcell Sebők
Eszter Spät
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Late Antique Motifs in Yezidi Oral Tradition
Supervisor:
1999/2000
Katerina Horničková
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: In Heaven and on Earth: Church Treasure in Late Medieval Bohemia
Supervisor: Gerhard Jaritz
Etleva Lala
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Regnum Albaniae and the Papal Curia
Supervisor: Gerhard Jaritz
Tamás Pálosfalvi
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: The Noble Elite in the County of Körös (Križevci) 1400 - 1526
Supervisor: Gábor Klaniczay
Dóra Sallay
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Early Sienese Paintings in Hungarian Collections, 1420-1520
Supervisor: Gábor Klaniczay
1998/1999
Cristian-Nicolae Gaşpar
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: In Praise of Unlikely Holy Men: Elite Hagiography, Monastic Panegyric, and Cultural Translation in the Philotheos Historia of Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrrhus
Supervisor: István Perczel
Andrea Kiss
Hungarian doctoral degrees awarded
American doctoral degrees awarded

Thesis title: Floods and Long-Term Water-Level Changes in Late Medieval Hungary
Supervisor: József Laszlovszky
1996/1997
Judit Majorossy
American doctoral degrees awarded
Thesis title: Church in Town: Urban Religious Life in Late Medieval Pressburg in the Mirror of Last Wills
Supervisor: Katalin Szende