The ethnographical aspects of the Hungarian Greek Catholic Church's renewal process
A short presentation of yourself:
I am a Hungarian state awarded (state-scholarship) PhD student at the European Ethnology Phd Programme of the Eötvös Loránd University's Faculty of Humanities. My research topic is the ethnographical aspects of the Hungarian Greek Catholic Church’s renewal process. I have been working on that topic (and other Greek Catholic local beliefs and religious practices) since 2010. Prior to this I made researches about traditions and beliefs connected with the Sundays in Nyírparasznya, a village of Nyírség.
From 2014 I work (part-time work) at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Department of the Hungarian Open Air Museum, which is responsible for implementing and coordinating obligations and tasks in Hungary emanating from accession to the UNESCO Convention on the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage. The Department operates as a coordinating body to harmonize all activities, tasks and programs associated with the various elements of intangible cultural heritage in the country.