Andor Kelenhegyi

Position: 
PhD degree awarded
Position (magyar): 
PhD fokozattal végzett
Department of Medieval Studies
Qualifications: 
MA in Medieval Studies
MA in History
MA in Hebrew Philology
Academic/Professional Experience and Achievements: 

Andor Kelenhegyi received two MA degrees from Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest (in History, and in Hebrew Philology) specializing in the history of Biblical exegesis, and one from Central European University (in Medieval Studies). His primary research interest lies in Late Antique Jewish-Christian interrelations, especially in the field of exegetic thought. He was accepted to Medieval Studies Department at CEU as a doctoral student in 2012. The title of his dissertation in progress is Zoological Symbolism Constructing Identity and Difference in the Late Antique Exegetical Traditions of Jews and Christians

CV attachment: 
Affiliations: 
Department of Medieval Studies
Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies (CEMS)
Academic/research topics: 
Biblical exegesis
religious history
Jewish History
early christianity
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Hungarian (native)
English (fluent)
German (fluent)
Modern Hebrew (fluent)
French (intermediate)
Year of enrollment: 
2012/2013