Kati has started her PhD in Philosophy at the University of Luxembourg in 2016, where she is also employed teaching philosophy and aesthetics. Her current research focus is Kant’s aesthetics and philosophy of mind. As an undergraduate she studied theatre(BA) and law(dr, LLM) later on switching to philosophy. Outside academia she has worked as a freelance translator and teacher of legal English; freelance work allowing her to engage in Budapest’s independent theatres scene for years (writing, directing). She has had experience in human right’s activism working for the European Roma Right’s Center and Kriszta Bódis. Recently, as the mother of a young child, she has been concentrating on academic work.
Division: Arts and Humanities
Position: Mentor, Module leader