1986-91: I graduated with excellent results with a degree in Hungarian history at the Faculty of Humanities of the Kossuth Lajos University in Debrecen.
1989-91: I worked as a demonstrator at the Institute of History of KLTE.
1991: I won first place at the National Conference of Students of Science in Szeged with my thesis entitled The Székely Policy of Gábor Báthory.
October 1991: Within the framework of a one-year Soros doctoral fellowship, I spent half a year in Cluj-Napoca researching the Székely noble society.
October 1992: With a scholarship from the history department of Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, I was a visiting lecturer at the university.
December 15-16, 1993: As a lecturer, I participated in the conference of the history departments of the University of Miskolc.
September 1994: I am an assistant professor at the Department of History and Auxiliary Sciences of the Institute of Humanities of the University of Miskolc, I teach the auxiliary sciences of history, early modern source knowledge, the history of the Principality of Transylvania, the history of the Reformation, and the history of the Székely people.
March 9-11, 1995: I participated as a lecturer at the social history conference of the University of Miskolc.
1994: I became a PhD student in the history doctoral program of the Kossuth Lajos University of Debrecen. The title of my thesis is: The formation of the Székely nobility in the 17th century.
April 1995: As a lecturer, I participated in the history conference of the University of Miskolc.
1995: I published a selection volume of the writings of the Hungarian Puritans, the editing of which I did and wrote the afterword. Title: The Heavenly Dew of Grace. Dew-Koinonia Publishing House.
September 1996: As a speaker, I participated in the International Congress of Hungarology entitled Christianity and Culture in Rome.
October 1997: As a lecturer, I participated in a conference on the history of Sárospatak organized by the Rákóczi Museum, the Hermann Ottó Museum in Miskolc and the University of Miskolc.
December 1998: As a speaker, I attended the conference entitled Meeting of Young Church Historians in Miskolc.
June-August 1999: With a soros research fellowship, I researched in the archives of Cluj-Napoca and Târgu Mureş on the topic of the formation of the Székely noble society.
October 2000: As a lecturer, I participated in the urban history conference organized by the Rákóczi Museum, the Hermann Ottó Museum in Miskolc and the University of Miskolc as a lecturer.
August 2001: As a speaker, I participated in the micro-history conference of the Hajnal István circle.
October 2002: As a lecturer, I participated in the Conference on Sources and Historiography of the University of Miskolc.
Since 1999: I have been organizing a series of conferences called The Meeting of Young Church Historians.
Since 2000: I am the founder and editor of the semi-annual scientific journal Church History Review.
April 2000: research trip in Bratislava at the Bratislava Archives, in the manuscript library of the Lutheran Lyceum.
October 2001: I participated as a speaker at the Zsuzsanna Lórántffy memorial conference in Sárospatak.
November 2002: I obtained a PhD in history from the University of Debrecen summa Laude.
November 2003: As a lecturer, I participated in the Transylvania conference organized by the Department of Hungarian Medieval, Early Modern and History of the University of Miskolc. Title of the lecture: The situation of the Székely nobility under the principality of Gábor Bethlen on the basis of the diplomas of the Liber Regius.
2004 Assistant Professor.
November 2005: As a lecturer, I participated in the Szapolyai conference organized by the Department of Hungarian Medieval, Early Modern and History Auxiliary Sciences of the University of Miskolc. Title of the lecture: The Székelys in Szapolyai Transylvania.
2002.09 – 2003.04: Scholarship of the city of Miskolc: "The culture of Miskolc in the 17th and 18th centuries"
2003.09 – 2006: György Békéssy postdoctoral fellowship
November 2003: Miskolc Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Scientific Award.
November 2004: Presentation at the international Rákóczi conference organized by the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Eperjes and the Institute of History of the University of Debrecen, in Eperjes: The Székelys in the Transylvania of Ferenc Rákóczi II.
August 2005: Participation and presentation at the conference of the Hajnal István Circle. The title of the lecture: The hierarchy of consumer goods and the Transylvanian nobility.
September 2006: I am elected secretary of the Historical Subcommittee of the Miskolc Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
September 2007: I am elected secretary of the Subcommittee on Religious Studies of the Miskolc Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
September 2008: I am organizing a historical workshop on the methodology of researching the history of the Reformation Katalin Péter: Reformation: coercion or choice? book.
November 2009: I am organizing a workshop on the role of Pál Medgyesi in literature and church history.
December 2010: I am organizing a workshop on urban history in the early modern period.
August 2011: My PhD thesis was published by the Transylvanian Museum Association in Cluj-Napoca under the title The process of formation of the Székely nobility.
February 2012: I organized a workshop entitled Market Town and Catholicism versus Market Town and Reformation.
April 2013: I was the organizing secretary of the Bocskai conference held in Miskolc on April 19, 2006. The title of my lecture: The Székely society in the era of István Bocskai.
June 2014: At the invitation of the Arbeitskreis für Siebenbürgische Landeskunde e. V. Heidelberg, a lecture entitled "The Székely nobility in the age of the principality". The texts of the conference presentations were published by the publishing house Böhlau Cologne, Weimar, Wien in a German-language volume.
August 2015: My study entitled A Székely Noble Career in the 17th Century was published in the Centuries
August 2016: Participation as a speaker at the Báthory Conference in Nyírbátor
01.09.2006 – 31.12.2006: Scholarship of the city of Miskolc: Micro-historical and mentality analysis of the society of the market town of Miskolc during the period of Gábor Bethlen's rule
2006 September: Bolyai Postdoctoral Fellowship Final Report Evaluation: outstanding October 2006: Participation as a lecturer at the Bocskai Conference of the University of Debrecen
November 2007: Participation as a speaker at the Bocskai conference organized by the Hajdú-Bihar County Archives
April 2008: I am a founding member of the Church History Review Society
November 17, 2009 I habilitated at the University of Debrecen with 100% results
February 2010: OTKA Research Grant – principal investigator: The early modern Székely society and municipality in Transylvania (1530-1630).
2011 April 7 Guest lecturer at the Institute of History of the University of Debrecen on the title Reformation.
September 2012: As a repeater, I was awarded the 3-year János Bolyai Research Fellowship for my research project The structural change of the Székely elite in the 17th century.
2013 October 17. PhD member of the committee at the University of Pécs.
2014 November 27. Military History of Transylvania lecture organized by the Rubicon Foundation.
2015 December 3. He is an organizer and speaker at the international conference entitled Denomination and Society held in Miskolc. Title of the lecture: Use of space and denominational relations in the 17th century Székelyudvarhely.
2010-2013: University of Miskolc: Member of the Equal Opportunities Committee
January 2011: Evaluation of OTDK papers.
2012 March 4 A lecture organized by the Hungarian Historical Society in the library of the Institute of History of Eötvös Loránd University.
December 2013: Associate Professor
2014 Early Modern specialization
2012.07. – 2012.10 Miskolc City Scholarship
01.11.2013 – 31.08.2014: János Szentágothai Fellowship for experienced teaching and researchers –
2013/2: István Apor's career and role in the Transylvanian elite of the 17th century. A2-SJÖTOK-13-0124
01.01.2014-31.12.2017 OTKA tender – member – Representation and material culture in the princely courts of 17th century in Transylvania. K-108744
2014: Head of Department of Middle and Early Modern Times, University of Miskolc, associate professor
2015.01.01 Eszterházy Károly College BTK – associate professor
2016.06.30 Eszterházy Károly University BTK – associate professor
01.10.2016-28.02.2017: REB-16-1-KUTATAS-0017 – The political role of the Transylvanian Reformed elite in the 17th century, with special regard to the rule of Mihály Apafi
2019.09.01 Eszterházy Károly University BTK – professor
June 2020: Managing Editor of Church History Review
2021.08.01 Eszterházy Károly Catholic University BMK – professor
I specialize in: early modern social history, the history of the Reformation in Hungary, with special attention to Puritanism, the history of the Principality of Transylvania, social history issues.
Since 1995 he has been a member of the International Society for the Study of Hungarians
Since 1998: Hajnal István Kör, member
Since 2000: Founder and editor of the scientific journal Church History Review.
September 2005: Secretary of the Historical and Ethnographic Committee of the Miskolc Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
September 2006 – September 2006: Secretary of the Religious Studies Committee of the Miskolc Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
April 29, 2007 Founding member, secretary: Church History Review Society.
December 2008: Member of the Scientific Association for the Memories of Transsylvania
2009, 2016: Secretary of the Women's History Working Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
June 13, 2022