Ph.D. student in British Studies, Doctoral School of Literature and Culture, University of Debrecen, does research in animal studies, posthumanism, and affect studies. Her reviews and essays have appeared in the literary journals Alföld (2017/11; 2018/7), Studia Litteraria (2019.1-2), and Prae (Special Edition: Speculative Fiction). Her most recent publications include an essay on the dystopian anthology series Black Mirror, to be published in Focus: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies, and book reviews in Hungarian, available on online platforms, on the extrodaesia encyclopedia by the xtro realm artist group on kulter.hu, and on Ian McEwan’s Machines Like Me on 1749. She is member of the Hungarian Society for the Study of English. Her current research focuses on the implications of (the lack of) empathy towards nonhuman entities, and on the representations of the eco- and technological anxieties in literature, film, and media.