ACRS PhD Students

CICEK DERELI

DEPARTMENT: Medieval Studies
YEAR OF ENROLLMENT: 2017
COUNTRY: Turkey

Thesis: Narrating the Monumental Biography of the Monastery of Saint John the Forerunner of Studios

Çiçek Dereli holds a BA in German Literature, Linguistics and Didactics from Marmara University in Istanbul (2007) and an MA in Cultural Heritage Studies from Central European University in Budapest (2017). In her MA thesis, she introduced three interwoven narratives of the Monastery of Saint John the Forerunner of Studios: the historical, the visual and the heritage oriented. The visual narrative formed the key-stone of her research and was presented in the form of a visual catalog. Her current PhD project focuses on the historical, religious, memorial and cultural biography of the Monastery of Saint John the Forerunner of Studios.

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VILIUS KUBEKAS

DEPARTMENT: HISTORY
YEAR OF ENROLLMENT: 2016
COUNTRY: LITHUANIA

Thesis: Lithuanian Catholic Intellectuals Facing the Second World War

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NIKOLA PANTIC

DEPARTMENT: HISTORY
YEAR OF ENROLLMENT: 2015
COUNTRY: SERBIA

 

Thesis: Networks of the Holy: The Levantine Sufis and Religious Practices in the Ottoman Eighteenth Century

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MARTIN PJECHA

Department: History
YEAR OF ENROLLMENT: 2013
COUNTRY: CANADA

 

Thesis: 

Changing discourses of Violence in the Hussite Movement (early 15th c.)

Barnabás Szabó

DEPARTMENT: HISTORY
YEAR OF ENROLLMENT: 2017
COUNTRY: Hungary

Thesis: Churches Wedding the Union: Comparing 18th-century Scotland and Catalonia