Zsófia Kisőrsi started her studies in 2011 at the Eötvös Loránd University History BA, in 2014 she continued her study at ELTE History MA. He began his doctoral studies in the Atelier Doctoral Program in 2016. She published the first results of her research in 2013. Since then, she has published eleven publications in Hungarian and one subject in an English language. For the past two years, he has focused on writing science-promoting articles. Zsófia Kisőrsi has been an active speaker at hungarian and international social history conferences since 2013. He is also a regular participant in the annual conferences of the Hajnal István Social History Association, as well as in science-promoting lectures and roundtable discussions. Zsófia Kisőrsi already won the Republic Scholarship as a full-time student in 2013, and then three times as an undergraduate and master’s student at the ELTE BTK HÖK Scientific Scholarship and once at the ELTE EHÖK Scientific Scholarship. As a master’s student, she studied for a half year at the Humboldt University in Berlin with a master’s degree in Global History with an Erasmus + Scholarship. Zsófia Kisőrsi won the New National Excellence Scholarship three times during her PhD studies. Zsófia Kisőrsi was given the opportunity to work as a researcher at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at a very young age, at the beginning of her doctoral studies. Where he spent three years as a research assistant and consultant at the Institute of Political Science, as a member of the Rework OTKA research group led by Prof. Dr. Tibor Valuch (DSc). She defended her PhD dissertation entitled The Social Situation and Judgment of the Commuters of State Socialism (1958-1990) on 24 September 2021 with summa cum laude, supervised by Prof. Dr. Tibor Valuch.