ACRS MA students

Arin Agich (Macedonia)                                     NATI 2YMA/year2

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Abdulrahman Bajodah (Saudia Arabia)            PHIL 2YMA/year2

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Yigit Bayman (Turkey)                                        HIST 2YMA/year2     

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Hafiz Bilal (Pakistan)                                           HIST 1YMA

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Andy Chen (USA)                                                 MED 1YMA

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Luis De La Peña 

Department of History
2YMA/year 2

Home Country: Columbia  

Area of study: Historian of the National University of Colombia in Bogotá. Interested in the transformations in the war during the Napoleonic era, especially in the way in which the Spanish and Ottoman empires responded to the military, political and cultural challenges of the French Revolution like the secularization and the cult of the nation. Focusing primarily in the decolonizing processes in Latin America and the Balkans during the XIX century.  

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Talia Dunyak


Department of International Relations
2YMA/year 1

Home Country: United States of America 

talia.dunyak@gmail.com 
dunyak_talia@student.ceu.edu 

 

Area of study: For my B.A., I studied German and English Literature at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania; my B.A. thesis looked into the ways in which former WWII concentration camps were converted into museums in various countries. Currently, I am studying International Relations with a concentration on Development. My M.A. thesis will probably handle the topic of Christian missions trips to the developing world and voluntourism.

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Tamas Farbaky (Hungary)                                     IR 2YMA/year 1

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János Galamb (Hungary)                                       HIST 1YMA

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Nicholas Gibble ()                                                    IR 1YMA

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John Guidon (USA)                                                 NATI 1YMA

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Muhammad Osama Iqbal (Pakistan)                      POLI 2YMA/year2

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Eszter Jakab (Hungary)                                          CULT 2YMA/year1

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Emy Joy   (India)                                                     MED 1YMA

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Mijat Kostić         
                                             
Nationalism Studies Program
1YMA

Home Country: Serbia

mijat.kostic@student.ceu.edu
mjat.kostic@gmail.com


Subject of study: Islamophobia, secularization in Europe

I have a BA in International Relationships which I obtained at the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Political Sciences in Serbia. My main fields of interest are political philosophy and history of religion.  In this year I will be focusing on the concept of secularization and its applicability to different religions than Christianity. I am also interested in understanding how religion has shaped and influenced different political concepts and ideas in the West such as : liberalism, democracy, nationalism, communism etc. 

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Arnold Kovács  (Hungary)                                      GEN 2YMA/year 1

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Iryna Mysiv ()                                                          NATI 1YMA

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Dachi Pachulia (Georgia)                                        PHIL 1YMA

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Tedo Tchokhonelidze

Department of History 
2YMA/year2

Home Country:Georgia

E-mail: Tchokhonelidze_Tedo@student.ceu.edu

Area of study: Orthodox Christian Religious and Political Thought

My BA thesis was related to the study of diplomacy in the reign of Ivan III based on the methodological approach of the Modified Linear Model of Communication. The goal of the research was to determine the aspects of communication and the attitudes of the Muscovite potentate to his foreign counterparts by analysing the diplomatic protocol.

My current research interests are Orthodox Christian religious / political thought and eschatology in Byzantine and Medieval and Early Modern Russia. My MA thesis will most probably be related to the Oprichnina of Ivan IV.

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Elodie Thevenin ()                                                  NATI 1YMA

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Lili Toth (Hungary)                                                  MED 2YMA/year 1