Éloïse Adde joined CEU in 2021. She defended her PhD thesis on “Dalimil’s Chronicle” and the Beginnings of Czech National Historiography in the Vernacular Language at Paris Panthéon Sorbonne (Medieval History) and Paris Sorbonne university (Czech Literature) in 2011. After working with the Humboldt-, Goethe-Univeristies and CEFRES (Prague), she led a research project (2015-2018, FNR/University of Luxembourg) The Europe of the Luxembourg Dynasty. Governance, Delegation and Participation between Region and Empire – 1308-1437. In 2020 she was awarded the Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship (Saint-Louis University, Brussels) for her project on the emergence of nation thematization and instrumentalization in Europe by comparing in urbanized Brabant and feudal Bohemia (1300-1450).