Ph.D. student, University of Debrecen. Having completed her studies at the University of British Columbia, she became interested in Inuit storytelling after an extended stay in the Inuit territory of Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, working as a teacher. Currently she pursues Canadian Studies for her dissertation, focusing on Inuit intellectual culture, specifically on orality, and the significance of homeland, heritage, and identity in Inuit poetry. She is a member of the Canadian section of Indigenous Literary Studies Association (ILSA), the Central European Association for Canadian Studies, the European Society for the Study of English, and the Hungarian Society for the Study of English. Her scholarly articles have been published in the Central European Journal of Canadian Studies (2020.15), the Eger Journal of American Studies (2020.16), and the Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies (2020.2).