Receives her MA in Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies this year from the Faculty of Humanities of Eötvös Loránd University. Her main fields of research are gender, queer and masculinity studies. At the moment she is primarily interested in the view that feminist criticism has on the Holocaust and in the gender-based approach of homelessness. She has been an active organizer of conferences: as the chairperson of the World Literature section of Literary Students’ Scholarly Circles (TDK) at ELTE BTK (2008-2009), she organized the Junior section of the international conference Újraírások in 2009. She was a participant of Marom Social Action Exchange Project.