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educator , historian

Katalin Keri, Hungarian historian, educator. Recipient Press award, National Health-Education Center Hungary, 1997. Board directors Hungarian Association Spanish Culture, Pécs, Hungary, 1992; Member of Southwest Centre of Academy (deputy president Board History and Philosophy since 2000), Hungarian Academy (Bd.dirs. History of Education), Hungarian Association Spanish Culture (board directors).

Background

Keri, Katalin was born on January 4, 1966 in Dunaujvaros, Fejer, Hungary. Daughter of Janos Keri, Katalin Stadler.

Education

Degree languages, University Pecs, 1989. Qualification on pedagogy of distant learning, University Pecs, 1995. Doctor of Philosophy of History, University Pecs, 1997.

Career

Assistant lecturer, senior lecturer University Pecs, Hungary, 1989—1997, associate professor Hungary, since 1997. Visiting professor University Salamanca, Spain, 1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Researching on History of Education, 2001, Women in the Medieval Islamic World, 2002, Islam: The Religion of the Knowledge, 2002. Editor: The World Multicoloured, 2000.

Membership

Board directors Hungarian Association Spanish Culture, Pécs, Hungary, 1992. Member of Southwest Centre of Academy (deputy president Board History and Philosophy since 2000), Hungarian Academy (Bd.dirs. History of Education), Hungarian Association Spanish Culture (board directors).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Translating poems, travel, painting, writing, astronomy.

Connections

Married Attila Jozsef Ambrus, April 2, 1988.

father:
Janos Keri Keri

spouse:
Attila Jozsef Ambrus