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2011 – 2013 – PROMOTION DANUBE

OLGA NIUTENKO (RUSSIA)

Thesis Title: Regional Identity and Conflict in Transnistria since Late Communism

Supervisors: Michal Pullmann (Prague), Melania Nucifora (Catania)

Currently: accomplished second MA in Political Science at CEU, Budapest; employed at KPMG in Budapest.

NARIMAN SHELEKPAYEV (KAZAKHSTAN)

Thesis Title: Kazakh Capitals and the Construction of Kazakh Identity in the post-Soviet Period

Supervisors: Luďa Klusáková (Prague), Jean-Francois Gossiaux (Paris)

Currently: Postgraduate Studies in Urban History with Michele Dagenais at Université de Montréal, Assistant lecturer at the History Department.

TEREZA FRANIOKOVA (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Thesis Title: Islam dans le discours tchèque contemporain: perception et représentation «de lautre»

Supervisors: Alessandro De Filippo (Catania), Yasar Abu Ghosh (Prague)

Currently: continued to study master in Italian language and litterature (Masarykova univerzita, Brno, Czech Republic) 

AMIR HAMZA (PAKISTAN)

Thesis Title: Settlements and Resettlements of Ethnic Groups in the Walled City of Lahore between 1970 and 2010

Supervisors: Gábor Sonkoly (Budapest), Salvatore Adorno (Catania)

Currently: SMEC International as Social Development Expert

MENGYING HE (CHINA)

Thesis Title: Le dragon chinois et le coq gaulois comme symboles identitaires: Exploration d'un imaginaire

Supervisors: Françoise Sabban (Paris), Paolo Militello (Catania)

Currently: Études doctorales à l'École pratique des Hautes Études à Paris

PRISCILLA HIDALGO SOLIS (COSTARICA) 

Supervisor: Luda Klusakova (Prague), Paolo Militello (Catania)

Currently: After working for Uniglobal she returned to Costarica and applied for postgraduate studies in US. 

KAIXI LIU (China)

Thesis Title: Study of the Dongshanzui Prehistoric Female Figurines and an Analysis of the Shamanism Background

Supervisor: Ádám Takács (Budapest), Pietro Maria Militello (Catania)

Currently: China Charity and Donation Information Centre

SISAY MEGERSA-DIRIRSA (Ethiopia)

Thesis Title: Understanding Nation from an African Vantage Point : the Oromo polity during the 16th century as a point of reference

Supervisors: Lud’a Klusakova (Prague), Ádám Takács (Budapest)

Currently: Teaching History at Bahir Dar University

SERKAN YARALI (Turkey)

Thesis Title: Municipalités kurdes en Turquie (1999-2013) : Une étude de cas de la municipalité de Sur

Supervisors: Hamit Bozarslan and Marie-Vic Ozouf-Marignier (Paris), Luďa Klusáková (Prague)

Currently: After Stage at the „Comité des Régions de l'Union européenne“ started postgraduate studies at the Université de Montréal

IVANA NIKOLOVSKA (Macedonia)

Thesis Title: Skopje 20 14: Governmental Role in the Spatial Politics of Collective Memory

Supervisors: Marie Vic Ozouf-Marignier (Paris), Gábor Czoch (Budapest), Luda Klusakova (Prague)

Currently: After being Financial Coordinator at Devere Group Budapest, she returned to Skopje and works as educational consultant for corporations in the GCC region at Leoron Professional Development Institute.

ELENI STERGIOPOULOU (Greece)

Thesis Title: Occidentalism in Russian Travel Literature in the 18th Century: Example of Nikolai Mihailovič Karamzin

Supervisors: Erdősi Péter (Budapest), Pavel Himl (Prague)

Currently: Executive Production Assistant / Films Production Company in Athens (Argonauts Productions).

DÁNIEL VERESS (Hungary)

Thesis Title: Searching for Styles of National Architecture in Habsburg Central Europe, 1890-1920. Art Nouveau and Turn-of-the-Century Architecture as Nation Building

Supervisors: Gábor Sonkoly (Budapest), Pavel Himl (Prague), Éric Michaud (Paris)

Currently: Doctorant à Atelier - Centre franco-hongrois en sciences sociales, de l' Université Eötvös Loránd (ELTE) de Budapest.

LILLA ZÁMBÓ (Hungary)

Thesis Title: Preservation History of Art Nouveau Heritage in Hungary, Czech Lands and France

Supervisors: Gábor Sonkoly (Budapest), Éric Michaud (Paris), Lud'a Klusáková (Prague)

Currently: Doctorante au Programme Doctoral Historiographie et Histoire Sociale Européennes (PhD) a l'Atelier - Département de Sciences Sociales et d'Historiographie Européennes de la Faculté des Lettres de l'Université Eötvös Loránd de Budapest.

ILONA LAHDELMA (Finland)

Thesis Title: A critical reading of the passages concerning Hungarian nationalism in Benedict Anderson’s “Imagined Communities”

Supervisors: Gábor Czoch (Budapest), Christophe Prochasson (Paris)

Currently: professor at Milestone Institute, Budapest