Mgr. Stanislava Kuzmová, MA, PhD.
Room: Š 407
Consultation hours: Tuesdays 13:00-14:30 or as agreed by email
She deals with medieval history of Central European region with focus on interdisciplinary study of religiosity, saints’ cults, hagiography, preaching and manuscript codices. She specializes mostly in high and late medieval period, and Jagiellonians in Central Europe. She is the author of monograph Preaching Saint Stanislaus. Medieval Sermons on Saint Stanislaus of Cracow, His Image and Cult (Warsaw: DiG, 2013), awarded Stefan Krzysztof Kuczyński Prize for best publication in historical sources and auxiliary sciences in Poland in 2014. She worked on international collaborative projects at Central European University in Budapest (ESF project Symbols that Bind and Break Communities) and at the University of Oxford (ERC project Jagiellonians: Dynasty, Memory and Identity in Central Europe), and was on numerous study and research stays abroad.