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  STAFF
Monika Jetzin
Trivent General Manager

E-mail:
trivent@trivent.hu; monika.jetzin@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio: Monika Jetzin has been the head of SJT Trivent for over 20 years. She is a PR advisor and a professional conference organizer dealing with international event management – both academic and non-academic for EU-sponsored events. She managed events in locations are diverse as the European Union, the USA, Montenegro, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Russia, Indonesia, Seychelles, Armenia, Jordan, Turkey, Kenya, Namibia, South Africa, China, Tajikistan, the Philippines. She is a member of the Hungarian Association of Event Organizers and the Hungarian Hydrological Society.
Teodora C. Artimon
Managing editor

E-mail:
conferences@trivent.eu; teodora.artimon@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio:Teodora C. Artimon received her PhD in Medieval Studies from the Central European University in Budapest in 2015. She dealt with the myth-making processes of the fifteenth and the sixteenth centuries. Her primary research interests deal with the history of the medieval imaginary and otherness, medievalism and the different understandings of the Middle Ages in the twentieth and the twenty-first centuries. She published two books (“Petru Rareș and his Visual Concept: An Ambitious Sixteenth-Century PR Campaign?” and “From the Twenty-First Century to the Middle Ages: The Mythical (De)Construction of Stephen the Great of Moldavia”) and articles which reveal her interests in the interplay between the study of the Middle Ages and the modern society. Apart from her academic career, she has been working with Trivent for over 10 years in event management and PR, mainly dealing with the Romanian office of the company.
Andrea-Bianka Znorovszky
Project editor, Series editor, Picturing the Middle Ages and Early Modernity

E-mail:
andrea.znorovszky@trivent-publishing.eu;

Short bio: Andrea-Bianka Znorovszky functions as a project editor and series editor at Trivent Publishing. She has also received a Joint Excellence in Science and Humanities Research Fellowship from the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, in collaboration with Universität Salzburg, Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit. Starting with September 2018, she is a researcher at the Universita Ca'Foscari, Venice, Italy, as a recipient of the  Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions-Individual Fellowship (IF), financed by the European Commission, Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2014- 2020.
She received her PhD magna cum laude in Medieval Studies from the Central European University in Budapest in 2016. Her doctoral dissertation-Between Mary and Christ: Depicting Cross-Dressed Saints in the Middle Ages (c. 1200-1600) - explored the iconographic development of cross-dressed saints in relation to their cult in Western Europe.  She also holds a Masters Degree in Medieval Studies from the Central European University, Budapest. In 2016-2017 she functioned as an Assistant Professor at the American University of Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic, where she has been teaching academic writing (First Year Seminar) and art courses (Women in Art and Literature). Her research interests lie in the areas of signs and symbols of images, women in art and literature, women and gender in the Middle Ages. Currently, she is investigating the transition of Marian Apocryphal depictions from hagiographic collections to church space with particular emphasis on France (also Western Europe).
  SERIES EDITORS
Gerhard Jaritz
Series editor - History and Art History

E-mail: gerhard.jaritz@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio: Gerhard Jaritz has been a professor of the Medieval Studies Department, Central European University (Budapest) since 1993. He has been a senior research fellow at the Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit of the Austrian Academy of Arts and Sciences in Krems (Austria) since 1973. He was a lecturer for the history of medieval material culture at the University of Graz (Austria). His fields of interest include history of everyday life, history of visual culture and gender history.
Claudiu Mesaroș
Series editor - Communication and Philosophy

E-mail: claudiu.mesaros@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio: Claudiu Mesaroș is assistant professor and doctoral advisor at the Philosophy and Communication Sciences Department – West University of Timişoara, Romania. His subjects are: History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Modern Philosophy, the Philosophy of Aristotle, Introduction to Imagology, Philosophy as a Way of Life. He is a member of the International Society for Universal Dialogue, the Kant Society in Romania, the Romanian Philosophical Association, the International Society Toma d’Aquino - Romanian branch, the Romanian Association for Religious Studies, and the Romanian Association of Educators in Journalism and Communication.
He authored and edited several books: Filosofia ca act de rescriere. Studii de istoriografie filosofică (Philosophy as an act of re-writing), Eikon, Cluj-Napoca, 2014; Filosofia Sfântului Gerard de Cenad în context cultural și biografic (The philosophy of Saint Gerard of Cenad in the cultural and biographical context), Jate Press, Szeged, 2013; Knowledge Communication: Transparency, Democracy, Global Governance, West University of Timişoara Press, 2011; Filosofii cerului. O introducere critică în filosofia medievală (“The Philosophers of the Sky. A Critical introduction in Mediaeval Philosophy”), West University of Timişoara Press, 2005; Pierre Abelard: Commentaries in Porphyry. On Universals, with corresponding fragments from Porphyry, Boethius and John of Salisbury, translation from Latin by Simona Vucu, introductory note, chronological table and notes by Claudiu Mesaroș and Simona Vucu, Afterword by Claudiu Mesaroș, Polirom, Iaşi, 2006.
Bálint Németh
Series editor - Engineering and Industry

E-mail: balint.nemeth@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio: Bálint Németh received his MSc and Ph.D. degrees from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and is now a senior lecturer and the Head of the High Voltage Laboratory at the same university. He is also working on behalf of the National Power Line Ltd. in Hungary as a developmental adviser. His main research fields are high voltage techniques, diagnostics, live working, lightning protection, and asset management. He has more than 70 SUBJECT MATTERS and is a member of several CIGRE WGs, as well as CIGRE SC A2 and IEC TC 78.
Mónica A. Walker Vadillo
Series editor - History and Art History

E-mail:
monica.walker.vadillo@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio: Mónica A. Walker Vadillo obtained her Ph.D. cum laude in the History of Art from Complutense University in Madrid in 2013. She also holds two additional Masters in Medieval Studies from the Central European University in Budapest (Hungary), and the History of Art from the University of Florida in Gainesville (U.S.A.). Her research interests are connected not only with the study of gender, animals, and medieval manuscripts, but also with the study of medievalism in popular visual culture. She has presented the outcome of her research in numerous national and international congresses and she has been invited to give public conferences in Madrid (Spain), Waterloo (Ontario, Canada) and Louisville (Kentucky, U.S.A.). In addition, she has published extensively in peer reviewed journals and edited collections. Furthermore, she has already published a monograph title Bathsheba in Late Medieval Manuscript Illumination: Innocent Object of Desire or Agent of Sin? Since 2009, she has been an active member of the Medieval Animal Data-Network (MAD), organizing two of their international meetings and being involved as one of the editors in the publication of the proceedings of these meetings. She is also the co-editor of the academic blog of MAD (mad.hypotheses.org) and their social media strategist.
Janos I. Toth
Series editor – Medicine, Biology, Ethics and Bioethics

E-mail: janos.toth@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio: János I. Tóth (PhD, dr. habil) is an associate professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of Szeged (Hungary). His main research areas are environmental philosophy, social philosophy, bioethics. He is the author of over 90 publications. His major books include Game Theory and Society (1997), Chapters from Environmental Philosophy (2007), Game Theory with Social Philosophical Applications (2010), Environmental Ethics (2015).
  JOURNAL EDITORS
Andrei Constantinescu
Series editor – Medicine, Biology, Ethics and Bioethics

E-mail: andrei.constantinescu@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio: Andrei Constantinescu has earned his PhD degree in 2014 at the University of Strasbourg, France in the field of Celular and Molecular Biology. The scientific research during doctorate accomplished with the Thesis entitled Study of Interactions Between Endocrine and Exocrine Pancreas Mediated by Microparticles in Cystic Fibrosis: Impact of Infections and Immunosuppressive drugs. The achievement came to shed light on the poorly-known mechanisms of communication between exocrine and endocrine pancreas, which are essential for the organ functionality and could stand as a crossroad towards the progress of cystic fibrosis-related diabetes. By this scientific inquest, it was assumed a novel concept of interactions between exocrine and endocrine pancreas mediated by exocrine cell-derived microparticles, as scaffold for pancreatic dysfunction in cystic fibrosis. The related results have been published as five distinct articles in ISI-indexed journals. Currently, Andrei Constantinescu performs in the field of cancer research at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm), Dijon, France, on the Role of sphingolipids in death receptor-mediated cell motility and application to invasiveness. The conventional role of death receptors and characterization of the molecular mechanism involved in their ability to promote cell motility and thus tumor invasiveness is also tackled. Whereas metastasis remains the major cause of cancer-related mortality.
Andreas Wilmes
Editor-in-Chief, Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence

E-mail: andrei.constantinescu@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio:Andreas Wilmes received his PhD in philosophy from the Université Paris-Descartes (France). His doctoral studies dealt with the epistemological issues raised by the phenomenon of serial murder in respect to criminal investigation and forensic psychiatry. He is currently affiliated with the Centre de Recherche sur les Liens Sociaux (CERLIS, Université Paris-Descartes, France), and is a Philosophy Lecturer at the West University of Timisoara. Andreas Wilmes is member of the Colloquium on Violence and Religion (COV&R) and of the Romanian Center for Penitentiary Studies (CRSP). Along with Joan-Antoine Mallet, he published the edited volume Figures Philosophiques du Conflit (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2017). In the last few years, he wrote papers on René Girard’s mimetic theory, Hegelianism and the philosophical issues raised by the concept of psychopathy.
  COPYEDITORS
Christopher Mielke
Copyeditor

E-mail: christopher.mielke@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio: Christopher Mielke is currently an advanced doctoral student at the Department of Medieval Studies at the Central European University in Budapest where he is working on his dissertation entitled “Every hyacinth the garden wears: the archaeology of medieval queenship in Hungary, 1000-1395”. This will be a study of the material culture and space of the Hungarian queens of the Árpádian and Angevin dynasties utilizing historical, archaeological, and art historical data. Prior to coming to CEU, he had received an MA in History from the University of Maryland-College Park in 2010, and an MA in Medieval Archaeology from the University of Reading in 2011. Since 2012 he has also been one of the organizers and lead correspondents for CEU Medieval Radio (www.medievalradio.org) and has interviewed over sixty guests on the bi-weekly program “Past Perfect!”
Joseph Sherren
Copyeditor

E-mail: joseph.sherren@trivent-publishing.eu

Short bio: Joseph Sherren received his MA in Art History from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. In Fall, 2015 he successfully defended his graduate thesis entitled “Discovering a New Identity: Influences of the German Avant-Garde on Transatlantic Modernists from the United States.” He specializes in transcultural visual arts. He was a contributing writer to the Art History Graduate Research Symposium in Spring, 2015 with a submission entitled “Ottoman Coffee and Arts: Expressions of Homoeroticism and the Homosocial Space in the Middle Period of the Ottoman Empire.” Prior to this, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Mount St. Mary’s University in 2010 and continued with two years of post-baccalaureate studies in art history at the University of Maryland, College Park. He is currently employed with Historic Annapolis, a non-profit historical organization based in Annapolis, Maryland. He assists with collection management, facilitates loans, and conducts research on objects both in and considered for the collection.


 
 
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