Marino Kumir

Year of Enrollment: 
2018

Marino received his BA in 2012 and MA in History and English Language and Literature in 2014 from the University of Split, where he wrote a thesis which explored the problems of continuity and discontinuity of military fortifications in Late Antiquity and early medieval Dalmatia. He received his second MA in Medieval Studies at Central European University, Budapest in 2016 after completing a thesis which investigated textual and physical demonstrations of Christian piety in ninth-century Croatia. After graduating from CEU, he was employed as archivist by the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, where he worked on a letter collection ascribed to Vladimir Ardalić, a nineteenth-century amateur archaeologist who is credited with discoveries of many early medieval archaeological sites in Dalmatia. From 2018, Marino is enrolled as a probationary doctoral candidate at CEU, where he seeks to expand upon his earlier work on Late Antique and early medieval Dalmatia and Croatia.

Qualification

MA in Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest
MA in History and English language and literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at University of Split
BA in History and English language and literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at University of Split

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