Received Sylff fellowship in 2019.
Academic supervisor: Laszlo Pallai
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
2014-For the Nature and Environmental Protection „PAPILIO” (Vice-president), 2017- "Bookisland" NGO (President)
Current affiliation: Pre-doctoral student at University of Debrecen
Bio: Place/date of birth: Batyovo (Ukraine), September 13, 1990
2017 – Predoctoral student, University of Debrecen – Faculty of Arts
2013 – 2016 PhD-student, University of Debrecen – Faculty of Arts, History and Ethnography Doctoral School
2011 – 2012 History (MA) Uzhhorod National University, Hungarian Faculty of Arts and Science, Department of Hungarian History and European Integration
2007 – 2011 History (BA) Uzhhorod National University, Hungarian Faculty of Arts and Science, Department of Hungarian History and European Integration
My research focuses on the situation of Hungarian women in Transcarpathia in the post-World War II communist era. As a Sylff Fellowship member, I broadened my basic research during the Fellowship program to try to find the answer on how female students in higher education and the generation of educated young girls imagine their family and work careers. How important it is for them to get married, to start a family, to have children, to build a career, to gain a higher position at work. My aim is to draw a parallel between the views of the girls of the communist era and those of the present day in terms of work, further education, family and childbearing. To show the extent to which women's views on their role have changed over the last few decades. https://independent.academia.edu/J%C3%BAliaOrosz
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