Jordan Voltz is a medievalist and Academic English instructor at Central European University’s Invisible University for Ukraine. He is the recipient of two master’s degrees from Central European University: Medieval Studies (2018-2020) and History in the Public Sphere (2020-2022). His work deals with the memory of the Middle Ages in contemporary media, with a focus on video games from the late 20th century. He has also written his first master’s thesis on the medieval history of the Árpád stripes and he retains an interest in Hungarian political memory of the Middle Ages. He is the recipient of the Sandler Critical Essay Award from the University of Puget Sound (2016) and the Zvetlana-Mihaela Tanasa Memorial Fund from CEU (2020). He is currently applying for PhD programs.