The Henrik Birnbaum Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Henrik Birnbaum Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Professor Marianna D. Birnbaum, the late Professor Henrik Birnbaum’s wife, to preserve the memory of one of the most eminent scholars of Slavic languages and literatures and to support students of the Doctoral School of History at CEU. It provides scholarships to fund research projects focusing on the Medieval and Renaissance periods in Europe or to enable the recipient to participate in one of the events organized by the Inter-University Center in Dubrovnik. According to the statutes of the Fund, only PhD students are eligible for support.

For more information please contact the Departmental Coordinator: Csilla

Awarded students:

Ágnes Drosztmér

Elif Demirken (Medieval Greek Summer Session)
Andra Juganaru
Mihail Mitrea
(Research at Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venice)
Áron Orbán (Sixteenth International Congress of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies (IANLS), Vienna) 
András Vadas (Research in Vienna)
Andrea-Bianka Znorovszky (International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, UK)

Mariana Bodnaruk (International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, UK)
Zsuzsanna Eke (Miseracordia International Conference, León)
Andra Juganaru (Conference and research)
Wojciech Kozlowski (International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, UK)
András Kraft (Research trip to Mt. Athos)
Mihail Mitrea (47th Byzantine Spring Symposium, Cardiff University, UK)
Dragos Nastasoiu (Research trip to Romania)

Anna Adashinskaya (Project: Patterns of patronage in Zeta region: the Orthodox kings and the CAtholics population", Montenegro, Albania)
Teodora Artimon (48th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo)
Mariana Bodnaruk (Conference on Shifting Frontiers in Late Antiquity X, The Transformation of Literary and Material Genres in Late Antiquity, University of Ottawa, USA)
Sona Grigoryan (CEMS 3rd Graduate Conference, Budapest, Hungary)
Andrea-Bianka Znorovszky (Conference on Gender and Transgression in the Middle Ages, University of St Andrews, Scotland)

Anna Adashinskaya (Spiritual Guidance in Eighth-Century Byzantium - Byzantine text reading workshop, Vienna) 
Wojciech Kozlowski (International Medieval Congress, Leeds)
Christopher Mielke (47th International Medieval Congress, Wester Michigan University, Kalamazoo)
Mihail Mitrea (Spiritual Guidance in Eighth-Century Byzantium - Byzantine text reading workshop, Vienna)
James Plumtree (21st Biennial Conference of the South African Society for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (SASMARS), Mont Fleur, Stellenbosch, South Africa)