Ph.D. student, Doctoral School of Literary and Cultural Studies, University of Debrecen. She examines literary and cinematic texts from a more-than-human perspective. During her MA studies she did research in films and phenomenology, and published an essay in this field in The AnaChronisT (2019.1). Since then she has delved into texts to see how they portray the corporeal manifestations of interrelated human and nonhuman animal lives. She is particularly interested in dog representations in popular and art films, currently writing a paper on the creaturely aspect of Hollywood’s iconic canine characters. She has written reviews, led film club discussions, and presented at a number of international conferences in the past years. She will serve as a member in the panel of judges at the first Hungarian University Film Awards (HUFA), organized by the Hungarian Association of Film Studies, in the fall of 2021.