Mária Vargha, M.A., M.A., Ph.D.

Zahraniční postdok

Konzultační hodiny – Consulting hours

  • po dohodě/by appointment/

 

Specializace – Specialisation

Material culture, social and landscape archaeology of the High Middle Ages. Digital Humanities, with a particular focus on GIS and network analysis of the society of the High Middle Ages based on diverse archaeological and historical data.

Vzdělání a akademické tituly – Education and academic degrees

2013– 2019  PhD in Medieval Studies, Central European University

2012–2013   M.A. in Medieval Studies, Central European University

2009–2012   M.A. in Archaeology (Early Medieval and Medieval-Post Medieval Archaeology), Eötvös Loránd University

2006–2009   B.A. in Archaeology (Early Medieval and Medieval-Post Medieval Archaeology), Eötvös Loránd University

Zaměstnání – Work

2021-             Charles University, Institute of Archaeology, Postdoctoral Researcher

2016-2020      University of Vienna, Department of History, Digital Humanities, Research Fellow

Hlavní granty a stipendia – Major Grants and Fellowships

2020     PRIMUS Research Programme, Charles University, Principal Investigator. Theme: Empowering the Voiceless. The Role of the Rural Population in State Building and Christianisation in East-Central Europe viz web Sacriece

2016     DAAD Co-operative research grant for research groups, CEU cooperation with FOVOG, Technische Universität Dresden. Theme: Communication and Knowledge Transfer in Medieval Monastic Networks.

2015     DAAD Forschungsstipendien für Doktoranden und Nachwuchswissenschaftler, 10 month research
fellowship at the University of Göttingen. Theme: Parish Formation in Medieval Europe

Organizace mezinárodních konferencí a workshopů – Organisation of International Conferences and Workshops

07/2021 Organiser, session #1519 , International Medieval Congress, Leeds

08/2021 Organiser, session #352, Co-Organiser, session #22 of the Congress of the European
Association Archaeologists 2020

08/2020 Co-Organiser of session #154 and #379 of the Congress of the European Association
of Archaeologists 2020

07/2018 ORBIS-esque Hackathon, Vienna

2015-2016 Communication and Knowledge Transfer in Medieval Monastic Networks, workshop series in
Dresden and Budapest

Klíčové publikace – Key Publication (úplný přehled/for full list see ORCID).

Maxim Mordovin – Mária Vargha. Dead Space. Topographical changes of cemeteries – causes and indicators. Beiträge zur Mittelalterarchäologie in Österreich 35. Österreichische Gesellschaft für Mittelalterarchäologie, pp. 135-149. ISBN: 978-3-903192-03-4

The Impact of Castles on the Development of the Local Church System in Hungary in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries. In: Medieval Networks in East Central Europe: Commerce, Contacts, Communication. Eds. Balázs Nagy, Felicitas Schmieder, András Vadas. New York: Routledge, 2018, pp 139-151. ISBN: 978-1-138554-84-9

‘Swords drunk with the blood of the slain’ Traces of Destruction. The Archaeological Remains of the Mongol Invasion of Hungary. – Acta Archaeologica Carpathica LII (2017), pp. 235-258. ISSN 0001-5229

‘Deviant’ Burials in Rural Environment in the High Middle Ages Ritual, the lack of ritual, or just another kind of it? RURALIA XI. Religion, Cults & Rituals In The Medieval Rural Environment. Eds.: Christiane Bis-Worch & Claudia Theune, Sidestone press, 2017, pp. 271-280. ISBN 978-90-8890-486-8

Hoards, Grave Goods, Jewellery. Objects in hoards and in burial contexts during the Mongol invasion of Central-Eastern Europe. Archaeolingua Central European Archaeological Heritage Series, Archaeopress: Oxford ISBN 9781784912024

 

Úvod > Ústav > Lidé > Výzkumní a vědečtí pracovníci > Mária Vargha, M.A., M.A., Ph.D.