Phone: +36 1 382 6811
Institute: Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology
Group: Narrative and Historical Psychology Research Group
2013–2015: Counseling Psychologist postgraduate training, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest
2005: Receiving a PhD degree (summa cum laude), University of Pécs.
1999–2002: PhD-student, University of Pécs, Theoretical Psychoanalysis Doctoral Program.
1998–1999: MA, Central European University, Program on Gender and Culture.
1992–1998: MA, Department of Psychology, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest.
1995–1997: Cultural anthropology department; Historical anthropology program, Loránd Eötvös University.
2019– Senior Research Fellow, HAS Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, Narrative and Historical Psychology Research Group
2007– Research Fellow, HAS Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, Social and Cultural Psychology Group.
2005–2006: Research Fellow, Institute of Psychology, University of Pécs.
2003–2005: Assistant Researcher, HAS Institute of Psychology, Department of Societal Psychology.
1999: Psychologist, Budapest Career Counseling Institute.
Work in editorial boards
2011– Imágó Budapest (continuation of Thalassa), 2015– editor in chief;
1999–2010 Thalassa (a journal in the theory and history of psychoanalysis);
2012–2014: Journal of Lesbian Studies member of the editorial board.
2000–2009: Café Bábel (thematic social science periodical);
Membership in scholarly societies
Hungarian Psychological Association; Hungarian Imago Association (president from 2015); European Society for the History of Human Sciences (secretary from 2016).
Scholarships and grants
2015: National Cultural Fund writing grant
May 2014: Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna
June 2012: Marion Dönhoff Stiftung, Berlin
2011: Junior Fellowship, Collegium Budapest
2009–2011: János Bolyai scholarship
March-June 2009: ÖAD: Austrian State Scholarship, Vienna
2006–2007: Zoltán Magyary post-doctoral scholarship
2005–2006: Post-doctoral scholarship of the Ministry of Education
2003: Soros Foundation research scholarship
2001–2002: Young researcher fellowship, Research Institute for Psychology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2000: Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship
2008– Visiting lecturer, University of Pécs, Theoretical Psychoanalysis Doctoral Program.
Course: Femininity, sexuality, and hysteria: classical and recent psychoanalytical readings
2017–2018: Gender Studies MA, Loránd Eötvös University
Course: Gender in Hungarian literature – roles, authors, and texts
2016– Counseling Psychologist post-gradual professional training, Eötvös Loránd University.
Course: LGBT clients, couples, and families
2011–2014: Visiting lecturer, Gáspár Károli Calvinist University, Social Psychology and Intercultural Department.
Social Psychology 1, 2, 3 seminars for BA and correspondent students.
Psychology and Gender (Erasmus-course in English)
Fields of research: The scientific and social history of Hungarian psychoanalysis; Psychobiographics studies of Hungarian women intellectuals; The social, historical and psychological status of sexual minorities.
2018– “Social inequalities and prejudices in the light of psy-sciences in Hungary.” National Scientific Research Fund. Principal investigator: Anna Borgos
2014–2017: “Psy-knowledges as social discourses – human sciences in the context of power relations.” National Scientific Research Fund. Principal investigator: Anna Borgos. Organizing the international conference “Psycho-Politics. The Sections of Science and Ideology in the History of Psy-Sciences”.
2008–2013: “Psychoanalysis as a paradigm of humanities – historical and theoretical investigations.” National Scientific Research Fund. Principal investigator: Ferenc Erős.
2009–2011: The curing relationship and its relation with gender. Principal investigator: Márta Csabai.
2008–2011: Literary and women’s roles in journal Nyugat.
2003–2005: Exploration of the life-course of Ferenc Mérei, a renowned Hungarian psychologist, and co-edition of the volume working up his oeuvre.
2003–2005: “Social factors influencing the changes of psychosomatic diagnoses.” National Scientific Research Fund research. Principal investigator: Márta Csabai. Co-organizing the conference: “Symptoms and stories. The social and artistic interpretations of somatization.”
2000–2002: “The role of bodily representation in the construction of identity.” National Scientific Research Fund. Principal investigator: Ferenc Erős.