Iurii Rudnev

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Currently, a PhD student in Medieval Studies, I received my BA and first MA degrees studying Foucault's "theory," particularly, the question to what extent Foucauldian œuvre impacted the works of professional historians.

In my second MA and in my prospective PhD dissertation (both in CEU), I am exploring the Renaissance intellectual culture of the sixteenth century. The main questions of my research are how the Florentine intellectuals (artists included) perceived the occult knowledge and, in general, what were their strategies for learning and scholarly work.

From 2017 to 2020, I worked as an Instructor/Tutor in History for the Roma Graduate Program at CEU. From 2020, I have been working as a Teaching Fellow for the Global History Lab project (Princeton University) realized in collaboration with the OSUN.


MA in Medieval Studies (CEU Budapest)
MA in History of Knowledge (NRU HSE Moscow)
BA in Philosophy (NRU HSE Moscow)