Dr. Séllei Nóra/CV

PERSONAL DATA:

Name: Dr. Nóra Séllei

Date and place of birth: 1961, Miskolc, Hungary

Address: University of Debrecen, Institute of English and American Studies, Department of British Studies. Debrecen, P.O. Box 400. H-4002 Hungary

Telephone: + 36 52 512900/22495

Fax: + 36 52 512746                                                                                  

e-mail:

 

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION:

Undergraduate degree: obtained at the Faculty of Humanities of Kossuth University, Debrecen, Hungary (4366/1984.B.); qualified as a teacher of Hungarian literature and linguistics and of English literature and linguistics

  • Postgraduate degrees:University Doctorate in English literature, granted by Kossuth University, 1993. (qualification: with distinction /summa cum laude—356–IV. 59/1993 ETSZ)
  • PhD in English literature, granted by Kossuth University, 1996. (qualification: with distinction /summa cum laude—65/1996)

Postdoctoral degree: Habilitation 2001, University of Debrecen (3/2001. Hab)

Academy doctorate degree (DSc): 2013; No. 5140

 

LANGUAGE COMPETENCE:

Fluent: English

Limited: German (intermediate proficiency exam, Á No 0718631/1986)

Other languages studied: Russian, Finnish

 

POSITIONS

positions held:

1984–1990: teacher of English at the Teacher Training Grammar School of Kossuth University, teaching at beginners’, intermediate and upper-intermediate levels

1990–1994: junior lecturer at the Department of British Studies in the Institute of English and American Studies, Kossuth University, Debrecen

1994–2002: lecturer at the Department of British Studies in the Institute of English and American Studies, Kossuth University, Debrecen (from 2000 on called: University of Debrecen)

2002–2013: reader at the Department of British Studies in the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen

2008–2014: reader at the Department of English Language and Literature at the Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Slovakia

present position:

2013– : professor at the Department of British Studies in the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen

2014– : professor at the Department of English Language and Literature at the Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Slovakia

 

COURSES TAUGHT:

Undergraduate courses:

lecture:

1. An introduction to British Modernist prose (year 3)

2. Victorian England: Culture and Literature (MA years 1–2)

3. Introduction to Gender Studies (year 3, BA)        

4. Participation in team-taught courses:

a.   English literary history I (year 1): The Gothic Novel; Jane Austen

b.   English literary history II (year 2): An Introduction to the Victorian Age, The Brontë Sisters, George Eliot, Thomas Hardy

c.   English Literary History III (year 2): Virginia Woolf

d. The History of English Literature to 1945 (year 2, BA): the Gothic novel, Jane Austen, Victorian cultural background, Victorian fiction, modernist fiction

e.   Contemporary literary theories (year 3, BA): feminist literary theory

f. Terms and Concepts (year 1, MA): representation; the sublime, the grotesque, the carnivalistic

g. Modern British Society (year 1, MA): Edwardian and modernist fiction; Modernism and gender

h. Historical Aspects of English Culture and Literature: English Literature in the 20th Century (year 2, MA): women’s popular literature

literature seminar:

1.   An introduction to literature (year 1)

2.   18th century English literature (year 2)

3.   19th century English literature (year 2)

4.   British Modernism (year 2)

5.   19th century English women writers (years 3–4)

6.   20th century British women writers (years 3–4)

7.   English Literature - Survey course (year 2, BA)

8. Virginia Woolf (years 3–4; MA)

9.   The Brontë sisters (years 3–4; year 3, BA)

10. The genre of autobiography (years 3–4)

11. 20th-century Female Künstlerromans (years 3–4; MA)

12. Women and madness in literature (years 3–4; MA)

13. Gender Studies: The Other (in Texts by) Nineteenth-Century Women Writers  (MA)

14. Topics in British and Irish Literature: Gender Trouble in Short Stories by Women Writers (year 3, BA)

cultural studies seminar:

1.   British civilisation (year 2)

2.   Modern British Literature and Culture(year 2, BA)

3.   Reading Woman (years 3–4)

4.   Gender Studies I: Society (years 3–4)

5.   Gender Studies II: Culture (years 3–4)

6.   Film, literature and adaptation (years 3–4; year 3, BA)

7.   Film and gender (years 3–4; MA)

8.   Visuality and Literature: (Female) Gothic in Film and Literature (MA)

language course:

  1. language classes for students of English (year 2)

Distance learning course:

  1. Gender Studies

 

General humanitites course:

  1. Film and gender (for students in the faculty of humanities)

 

Postgraduate courses:

within the framework of the “Modern English Literature and Culture” Phd programme:

  1. Gender and Identity
  2. Women and Madness in Literature
  3. Gender, Subjectivity and Representation
  4. The Theoretical Junctures of Feminism and (Post)modernism
  5. Film, Literature and Adaptation
  6. Presentation Skills

 

Guest lecturing:

In Hungary:

1. 1997 spring: University of Szeged, Hungary: a course on Virginia Woolf (undergraduate course)

Abroad:

1. 2002 September: Maastricht Center for Transatlantic Studies, The Netherlands (An Introduction to Gender Studies) – (undergraduate course)

2. from September 2008 on in each term: MA courses: Katolícka Univezita v Ruzomberku, Slovakia

  1. Gender Studies
  2. Short stories by women writers up to 1945
  3. Short stories by women writers after 1945
  4. Nineteenth-century women writers
  5. The Brontë sisters
  6. Virginia Woolf
  7. Film, literature and adaptation
  8. Film and Gender

3. 2010: Canakkale (Turkey): ERASMUS staff exchange – undergraduate classes; topics:

  1. The Gothic, Jane Austen and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
  2. An Introduction to Gender Studies
  3. Virginia Woolf

4. 2017: Vlora (Albania): ERASMUS staff exchange – undergraduate classes; topics:

  1. Modernism
  2. Modernist women writers

Teaching Hungarian as a second language:

Abroad:

1992: University of Hull, teaching students of European Studies

In Hungary:

1990–2003: working for the Summer School of the University of Debrecen, teaching foreigners (two-week and four-week summer, intensive, superintensive courses, individual tutorials)

 

ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH INTERESTS:

19th and 20th century women writers (Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, Charlotte Brontë, Emily Brontë, Ann Brontë, George Eliot, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Katherine Mansfield, Virginia Woolf, Gertrude Stein, Jean Rhys, Mary McCarthy, Margit Kaffka, Sylvia Plath, A.S. Byatt, Janice Galloway, A. L. Kennedy, contemporary Hungarian women writers)

feminist literary theory and criticism

women’s studies, gender studies

modernist narrative techniques

the theory of autobiography

feminist film theory and criticism

 

SCHOLARSHIPS, STUDIES ABROAD, GRANTS, AND PROJECTS:

National team project, principal investigator:

  1. 1997-1998: Project leader of the departmental project ‘Alternative Approaches to English-Language Cultures in the Nineteenth Century’ (financed by the Research and Development Project, Hungary)

International team project, leader of the Hungarian team:

  1. 1 August 2011–31 July 2013: international partnership programme with five participating institutions: Is Women's Education a(t) Risk? (Grundtvig Life-Long Learning programme)
  2. May 2016–September 2017: Teaching Language Through Literature and Culture: ERASMUS+ International Credit Mobility exchange with the Dept. of Foreign Languages, University of Vlora, Albania
  3. May 2018-September 2020: Teaching Language Through Literature and Culture: ERASMUS+ International Credit Mobility exchange with the Dept. of Foreign Languages, University of Vlora, Albania

International team project, participant:

  1. 1992–1994: participation in TEMPUS Joint European project (University of Hull, Angers, Lodz, Brno, and Szeged)
  2. 1996–1999: Participation in the research project between the Department of British Studies, Kossuth University, Debrecen, and the Department of Drama, Royal Holloway College, University of London, supported by the British Council and the Hungarian Ministry of Education
  3. 1997 September–December: a three-month research grant as part of the interdepartmental exchange between the Institute of English and American Studies (KLTE) and Royal Holloway and Bedford New College (University of London) funded by the Hungarian Ministry of Education and the British Council
  4. 2002–2004: participation in the departmental project “Scottish and Hungarian National Identity” – joint project with the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland (supported by the British Council and Eötvös József Grant Foundation, Hungary)
  5. 2003–2004: Literary Encounters between the UK and Hungary: Contrasting Memories, Cultural Dialogues (The British Academy)
  6. 2014–2015: Prejudice on Campus: An International Comparison on Social, Cultural, and Religious Intergroup Attitudes – an international comparative survey, with nine participating countries; project leaders: Prof. Wassilis Kassis, University of Osnabrück, Germany; Charlotte Schallié, University of Victoria, Canada

National team project, participant:

  1. 1998–2000: Participation in the departmental research project ‘Postcolonial Identities’ (financed by the Research and Development Project, Hungary)
  2. 2010–2012: Participation in the research group Cultural Geography/Semiotics of Space within the framework of the project Language Technology and Bioethics (TÁMOP 4.2.1./B-09/1/KONV-2010-0007)
  3. 2011–2013: Doctoral School Development Programme (TÁMOP-4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0024) Doctoral School of Literature, Faculty of Humanties, University of Debrecen
  4. 2012–2015: The Hungarian History of English Literature (OTKA K 101798)

Individual research grant abroad:

  1. 1992 May-June: TEMPUS JEP staff exchange (University of Hull, eleven weeks):
  2. 2000 August: a two-week library research grant in the British Library, London (supported by the British Council)
    2007: a three-month Andrew W. Mellon grant at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (University of Edinburgh)
  3. 2011: Indiana University, Bloomington: one-month research grant (bilateral university exchange programme)

Individual research grant gained from international funding:

  1. 1997 July –1998 June: a one-year grant from the Research Support Scheme within the framework of Open Society Institute;

Individual research grant gained from national funding:

  1. 1998 June–2001 May: a three-year research grant (Bolyai Grant) from the Hungarian Academy
  2. 2001 September–2002 June: Békésy György Postdoctoral Grant (granted by the Hungarian Higher Education Support Programme)
  3. 2003–2006: OTKA (National Research Foundation) Grant for doing research in, and publishing a reader and a monograph on feminist literary theory
  4. 19-25 April 2015: Campus Hungary Short-Term Grant: University of Huddersfield, UK; aim: developing international relations and exchange programmes

Individual course development grant gained from international funding:

  1. 2000 March: a one-week scholarship at the Curriculum Resource Centre of Central European University (CEU), Budapest: curriculum development (feminist philosophy). Course developed: Reading Woman: An Introduction to Gender Studies
  2. 2000 September–2001 June: a ten-month grant from the Curriculum Resource Center of Central European University, Budapest to develop and teach the course Women and Madness in Literature
  3. 2008 October: a one-week scholarship at the Curriculum Resource Centre of Central European University (CEU), Budapest: curriculum development (film és gender); related event: Teresa de Lauretis’s master course; Course revised: Film and Gender.

Individual travel grants to participate in conferences abroad:

  1. 2014: individual grant from the Faculty of Philosophy, Catholic University in Ruzomberok, to participate in the conference: The Essay II: Forms and Transformations: 24th Salzburg Annual Conference in English Literature and Culture Department of English and American Studies, Austria
  2. 2017: individual grant from the Austrian-Hungarian Action Foundation to participate in the Salzburg Easter School as an invited lecturer
  3. 2018: travel grant from the Hungarian Academy (MTA/HAS) to participate in the ESSE 13 (Brno) conference

Sabbaticals:

  1. Autumn term 2000/2001
  2. Autumn term 2009/2010

Participation in a course abroad:

  1. 1984: a course on TEFL: communicative language teaching (London, British Council, three weeks)

Individual research trip abroad (no grant):

1992 September–December: obtained a study leave from the home university and returned to the University of Hull to go on with my research and to write the PhD thesis (no funding at this time): aim: to complete research for, and write up the university doctorate/PhD

 

PRIZES, AWARDS:

  1. 1997 March: Universitas Grant (given by Universitas Foundation of Kossuth University for junior researchers’ achievements)
  2. 1999: Pro Regione Grant (given by Pro Regione Foundation of Kossuth University for junior researchers’ achievements in the past two years)
  3. 2002: Diploma of Merit of the Bolyai Research Grant of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for the outstanding research completed while a grant holder
  4. 2002: Diploma of Merit of the Faculty of Humanities, University of Debrecen for high level of teaching and organisational activities
  5. 2003: Master Supervisor Award, National Council of Students’ Extramural Research Acticities
  6. 2003: under my management the Distance Learning Programme was granted the European Language Prize – a joint prize awarded by the European Commission and the Hungarian Ministry for Education
  7. 2007: Diploma of Merit of the Centre for Arts, Humanities and Sciences, University of Debrecen for high level academic, teaching and organisational activities
  8. 2013: golden prize publication award granted by the Centre for Arts, Humanities and Sciences, University of Debrecen, Hungary
  9. 2016: László Országh Award (http://husse-esse.hu/awards/orszagh-award/) granted by the Hungarian Society for the Study of English
  10. 2017: DAB-Award, granted by the Debrecen Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy

 

CONFERENCE:

Conference organisation:

  1. 1998 September: main organiser of the international conference on “Alternative Approaches to Literature” (Kossuth University, Debrecen) as part of the research project of the same title
  2. 2002 November: “Woman and Man, Man and Woman — Gender Studies at the Turn of the Millennium in Hungary” (Budapest University of Economy and State Administration)—organising the session “Cross Section”, and within that, “Gender and the Canon”
  3. 2006. April: “Women as subjects, female subjects” (Department of British Studies, University of Debrecen; venue: Klub Barabás, Debrecen)
  4. 2009. 24-26 June: Ambiguity: An Interdisciplinary Conference (Catholic University, Ruzomberok, Slovakia)
  5. 2010. 28-29 May: Crossroads in Education: Literature and Culture, Theory and Methodology (Catholic University, Ruzomberok, Slovakia)
  6. 24-24 August 2011: Presence/Absence (Catholic University, Ruzomberok, Slovakia)
  7. 17-20 May 2012: The Politics of Location Revisited: Gender@2012: 8th European Feminist Research Conference (CEU, Budapest, Hungary) - member of the advisory board
  8. 27-29 June 2012: Katherine Mansfield and Continental Europe (Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Slovakia): ‘Whose Cup of Tea? Mansfield in Hungary
  9. 4-8 Sept. 2012. : organising the seminar session Myth, Memory, Culture and Female (Post-)Modernists: at ESSE 11 (European Society for the Study of English; Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey; co-convenor: Dr. Janka Kascakova, Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Slovakia)
  10. 23-24 February 2013: Is Women's Education at Risk? International project workshop; Gender Studies Centre, University of Debrecen, Hungary;
  11. 28 May 2013: Is Women's Education at Risk? Project dissemination event; Gender Studies Centre, University of Debrecen, Hungary; location: Méliusz Juhász Péter County Library, Debrecen
  12. 29 Aug.-2 Sept. 2014: Female Rituals: Cooking and Eating in/and Women’s Fiction: organising a seminar session at ESSE 12 Conference (European Society for the Study of English, Kosice, Slovakia; co-convenor: Dr. Katarina Labudova, Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Slovakia)
  13. 29-31 January 2015: HUSSE 12 conference (Debrecen, Hungary) – head of the organising committee
  14.  29 August-2 September 2018: organising the seminar Anglicist Gender Studies as a European Discipline at 14 ESSE-conference (European Society for the Study of English, Masaryk University, Brno; co-convenor: Prof. Renate Haas, Kiel University)
  15. 23-24 November 2018: member of the advisory board of ADA 2018 conference (DE ITK; framework: Science Month)
  16. 24-25 May 2019: member of the advisory board of ADA 2019 conference (DE ITK)
  17. 30 August- 3 September 2021: organising the seminar “Just ‘making it new’? Modernist Fiction Writers Reaching Back to their Predecessors” at ESSE 15 conference (European Society for the Study of English, University of Lyon, France; co-convenor: Dr. Janka Kascakova, Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Slovakia)

Invited plenary conference lecture:

  1. 2002 November: „Nő és férfi, férfi és nő–A társadalmi nemek kutatása Magyarországon az ezredfordulón” (Budapesti Közgazdaságtudományi és Államigazgatási Egyetem): részvétel a plenáris kerekasztal vitájában: „Mozgalom vagy tudomány?” [“Woman and Man, Man and Woman — Gender Studies at the Turn of the Millennium in Hungary” (Budapest University of Economy and State Administration)—participation in the plenary panel discussion as invited speaker: ‘Feminist Literary Criticism: Movement or Academic Discipline?’]
  2. 2004 November: roundtable discussion: “Genders and Education” at the conference “Genders and Education” (Corvinus University, Budapest, Gender and Culture Programme)
  3. 2004. June: invited keynote address: „Travelling Agency” at the thematic conference: Travels: “She’s Leaving Home” of the project European Intertexts: A Study of Women’s Writing in English as Part of a European Fabric, supported by the British Academy (Szeged, Hungary)
  4. 2007 November: The State of English in Hungary (ELTE, Budapest): “Lessing Feminism – Or the Authority of the Author over the Text”.
  5. 2009 June: Ambiguity (Catholic University, Ruzomberok, Slovakia): The Ambiguous Presence of the Empire and the Nation in Virginia Woolf’s Late Novels
  6. 2010 August: ESSE 10 subplenary (Torino, Italy): English Cultural (Gender) Studies and the Communication of (Academic) Cultures – A Central-Eastern European Perspective
  7. 2011 March:  Material Girls Revisited: Gender and Cultural Criticism (Braga, Portugal): The Post-Socialist Backpack and the State of Gender Studies in Easterm Europe
  8. 4-5 October 2012.: Language, Literature and Culture in a Changing Transatlantic World II (University of Presov, Slovakia): ‘Virginia Woolf's Writings of the Thirties: The Theoretical Junctures of Feminism and Intertextuality’
  9. 11 November 2013: panel discussion of female careers at the 1st Hungarian Women's Congress; Budapest, Hungary; (in Hungarian)
  10. 21 November 2013: Re-Thinking the Big House in Rebecca West’s and Virginia Woolf’s Texts; Theatres of Existence: City and Country Spaces in Modernist Fiction; Eszterházy Károly College, Eger, Hungary
  11. 16 May 2014: Mitől írónő az írónő? Nőképek térben és időben (University of Miskolc, Hungary)
  12. 21-22 November 2014: Women Writers’ Autobiographies of the Early Twentieth Century (Autobiography in Context: International Interdisciplinary Conference, Rijeka, Croatia)
  13. 14-16 May 2015: Baloldaliság és feminizmus a tudományos életben (The Left and Feminism in Scholarship) – a plenary roundtable (Baloldali feminizmus, baloldal és feminizmus konferencia [A conference on the political left and feminism]; Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary)
  14. 5-6 June 2015: Intertextuality as Revisionist Imperative in Some Texts by Contemporary Women Writers (Gendered Identities in Contemporary Visual and Literary Culture konferencia; szervező: Narratives of Culture and Identity Research Group; ELTE, Budapest, Hungary)
  15. 24 March 2017: Quilting as Collective Self-Narrative by Women (Cultural Texts and Contexts in the English Speaking World V, University of Oradea, Románia)
  16. 9-10 June 2017: An Intermedial Encounter Between Layers of Cultures: The Case of Film Adaptations. (English and I: Literary and Cultural Encounters: the conference of the Albanian Society for the Study of English, Ismail Qemali University, Vlora, Albania)
  17. 9 May 2018: Divat és társadalom(tudomány) [Fashion and Society/Social Sciences] – plenary roundtable talk (Debrecen Fashion Festival; Unversity of Debrecen)
  18. 8 Movember 2018:: Nők a filozófiában és női filozófusok [Women in philosophy, Women Philosophers] – plenary roundtable talk (framework: Science Month; organisers: UD Philosophy Dept; HAS Debrecen Regional Committee)
  19. 31 January-2February 2019:: A Symptomatic Reading of the Sensation Novel: The Case of Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret (HUSSE 14 Conference, Veszprém)

Invited conference lecture:

  1. 2000 November: A nők az oktatásban (ELTE, Budapest): ‘Feminizmus, gender studies és az angol tanszékek’ [A conference on Women in Education: ‘Feminism, Gender Studies, and the English Departments]
  2. 2002 March: Megosztott világ 2. – A nemek kutatásának alakulása a közelmúltban Magyarországon (Budapest: Magyar Szociológiai Társaság, MTA Szociológiai Kutatóintézet, ELTE Szociálpolitikai Intézet, Gender Studies Program): ‘Feminista irodalomkritika itt és most’ [Conference: Divided World—Gender Studies in Recent Times in Hungary, organised by the Institue of Sociology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences: ‘Feminist Literary Criticism Here and Now’]
  3. 2007 December: Cult, culture, violence (Petőfi Literary Museum and the Institute of Literary Studies of Hungarian Academy, Budapest):  „Politics and Rhetorics as Cultural Critique in Virginia Woolf ’s Late Period”.
  4. 2008 April: Propaganda, aesthetics and identity: arts and WW II”. (Eszterházy Károly College, Churchill-collection, Eger): The Empire as a Trope in Virginia Woolf’s Three Guineas and Between the Acts
  5. 2008 September: Past – in Future Time, Culture – Our Heritage and Future (Komarom/Komarno – Essencelle Foundation): Workshop moderator: Women Writers in Central-Eastern Europe
  6. 2008 December: Debrecen Days of Literature (Debrecen, Kölcsey Centre): Chick Lit in Hungary
  7. 2009 January: Unlimited Relations: Women and Men (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute of Ethnic and National Minorities): The Limits of Intellectual Women
  8. 2010 June: Mesél(het)ő női történetek?! Női narratívák irodalomban, tudományokban és művészetekben [Tellable Women’s Stories: Female Narratives in Literature, Arts and Sciences] (Partium University, Oradea, Romania): Változatok a nőiességre Virginia Woolf: Az évek című regényében [Varieties of Femininity in Virginia Woolf’s The Years]
  9. 2011 November: Memorial conference in honour of Sarolta Marinovich (SZTE, Szeged, Hungary): The Drawing-room Plot Revised in Virginia Woolf's The Years
  10. 2012 March: A dolgok állása: Új eredmények a társadalmi nemek kutatásában [The State of the Art: New Results in Gender Studies] (TársadalmiNem- és Kultúrakutató Központ, Corvinus University, Budapest): Intertextualitás mint feminista kultúrakritika Virginia Woolf Flush című regényében [Intertectuality as Feminist Cultural Critique in Virginia Woolf’s Flush]
  11. 2102 April: Conference on the Body (Kepes György Szakkollégium, Esterházy College, Eger, Hungary): ‘The Fig Tree and the Black Patent Leather Shoes: The Body and its representation in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar
  12. 12 October 2012: A királynő szoknyája: A reneszánsz Virginia Woolf Felvonások között című regényében (Szőnyi György Endre születésnapjára rendezett konferencia; Szeged, (Akadémiai Székház) (The Queen's Skirt: The Renaissance in Woolf's Between the Acts; conference in honour of György Endre Szőnyi; The Szeged Committee of the Hungarian Academy)
  13. 1 February 2013: Autobiographical War Narratives by Women; Victim/Sacrifice Workshop; University of Debrecen, Hungary; (In Hungarian)
  14. 18-21 April 2013: Is Women's Education at Risk? The Hungarian Results. FrauenFrühlungsUni: Feminism United; Stadtschleining, Austria
  15. 17-18 May 2013: Modernism and the Middlebrow: A Review of Recent Critical Developments; SAES (French Association for the Study of English) annual conference, Dijon, France
  16. 23 May 2014: „Az irodalom nem lehet egy nő életpályája, és ne is legyen az”: Párhuzamok az angol írónők 19. századi megítélése és Gyulai Pál nézetei között [“Literature cannot be the business of a woman’s life and ought not to be” – Similarities between the evaluation of English women writers in the 19th century and Pál Gyulai’s views] (Írónőink – Hagyományfrissítés 4.; MTA BTK ITI [The Institue for Literary Studies, Hungarian Academy], Budapest, Hungary)
  17. 3-7 April 2017: "Intertextuality as Continuity/Discontinuity" (Salzburg Easter School: Recognition: Continuity/Discontinuity)
  18. 4 October 2017: A  feminista irodalomértelmezés megjelenése Magyarországon [The appearance of Hungarian Feminist Literary Studies] (A magyar irodalomtudomány az ezredfordulón; as part of the Interco-ssh EU-project; Wesley János College, Budapest)
  19. 9 November 2017: “Egy ártatlan kisregény? Virginia Woolf: Flush” [An Innocent Novella? Virginia Woolf: Flush] (A Multidisciplinary Conference Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Bolyai Research Grant of the Hungarian Academy; organiser: The Debrecen Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy)
  20. 11-12 May 2018: The Voice of the Community in Doris Lessing’s The Grass is Singing . (Focalisation, Narration and Writing: The Novel; Pázmány Péter Catholic University)
  21. 21-22 September 2018: Madness, Language and the Subject in Janet Frame’s Faces in the Water (Diversity – Performance – Society: Gender Studies and Gender Diversity in History and Today; University of Debreceni, Institute of Germanist Studies)
  22. 9 November 2018: A női test Mary Wollstonecraft A nők jogainak követelése című esszéjében [The Female Body in Mary Wollstonecraft’s Vindication of the Rights of Woman] (Női reprezentációk: Nők és a nőiség tematizálása az irodalomban, a művészetben és a filozófiában; organiser: UD Philosophy Department; venue: Balmazújváros, Semsey Manor)
  23. 17-19 October 2019: Gender Troubles (in) Hungary (International Conference in Historiography; UD, Institute of History)
  24. 15 November 2019: The Politics of Teaching Gender Studies (Back to the Divine Order? Trans-European Affiliations in Gender Studies; workshop, Berni Egyetem)

Invited discussant:

  1. 19 November 2018: Sabine Grenz: Second World War Family Memory Cultures and Femininity Constructions: The Diary of an NSDAP Member (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary and Hungarian Academy, Budapest, Hungary)

 

Conference lecture:

  1. 1993 January: HUSSE (Hungarian Society for the Study of English)/I.-Conference: ‘Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf’s “Kew Gardens”’
  2. 1993 August: Third British Cultural Seminar and Conference (Warwick University, England): ‘Bliss or Dismay: point of view and symbolism in Katherine Mansfield’s “Bliss”’
  3. 1995 January: HUSSE/2 Conference, (Szeged, Hungary): ‘The Reproduction and the Rejection of the Bildungsroman: The Mill on the Floss
  4. 1995 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): ‘Self-Reflexive Literariness in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey
  5. 1995 September: ESSE (European Society for the Study of English) /3 Conference (Glasgow): ‘The Times and the snails: An interpretation of Virginia Woolf’s three short fictional writings’
  6. 1996 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): ‘Virginia Woolf and the Problem of Autobiography’
  7. 1996 December: TEMPUS/II. Mini-Conference (Debrecen, KLTE): ‘Virginia Woolf’s Subversion of (Literary) History in A Room of One’s Own
  8. 1997 January: HUSSE/3-Conference (Pécs): ‘Fissures and Cracks in the ‘Phraseology’ of Elisabeth Gaskell’s Cranford.
  9. 1997 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): ‘A Book of His Absences: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
  10. 1998 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): ‘Whose Veil Is It? – George Eliot’s Enigmatic Play With Gender In “The Lifted Veil”’
  11. 1998 September: A Conference On Alternative Approaches to English-Language Cultures in the 19th Century (Debrecen): ‘What is Heathcliff?’
  12. 1998 November: Psychoanalysis and Literature (Pécs): ‘Magic and the Uncanny in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford’.
  13. 1999 January: HUSSE/4 (Budapest): ‘Autobiography and The Female Voice: Jane Eyre’s Telling and Controlling Her Story’
  14. 1999 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): ‘Poses, Gazes and Losses: Rhetorical Strategy in Jean Rhys’s Smile, Please: An Unfinished Autobiography
  15. 1999 September: Mothers and Education (St Catherines, Canada): Mothering and Discursive Practices in Post-1945 Hungary
  16. 2000 January: HAAS (Hungarian Association for American Studies – Debrecen): “The Autobiographical ‘I’ in Gertrude Stein’s ‘Ada’”
  17. 2000 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): ‘An Autobiography in Search of a Character: The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein’
  18. 2001 January: HUSSE/5 (Eger): ‘(Post)colonial Spaces in Jean Rhys’s Autobiography Smile Please
  19. 2001 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): ‘The Grandmother’s Mirror: A Reading of Mary McCarthy’s Autobiographical Short Story “Ask Me No Questions”’
  20. 2001 November: Culture and Freedom – 5th International English Culture Conference (Lisbon, Portugal: ‘Cultural Margins and the (Post)colonial Condition in Jean Rhys’s Autobiography Smile Please
  21. 2002 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): ‘Madness and/or Language: or Why Does “The Yellow Wallpaper” Haunt Us?’
  22. 2002 October: Canada in the European Mind (University of Debrecen): ‘The Body and Sexuality in Alice Munro’s “Wild Swans” and in Margaret Atwood’s “Rape Fantasies”.
  23. 2002. november: “Nő és férfi, férfi és nő–A társadalmi nemek kutatása Magyarországon az ezredfordulón”: ‘Három esettanulmány – avagy angol nyelvű női művészregények magyar megjelenése’ [“Woman and Man, Man and Woman — Gender Studies at the Turn of the Millennium in Hungary” (Budapest University of Economy and State Administration)—‘Three Case Studies—or the Hungarian Publication of Three Female Künstlerromans’]
  24. 2003 January: HUSSE/6 (Hungarian Society for the Study of English) Conference: “Through the Window as Looking Glass: Hitchcock’s Rear Window” (Debrecen, Hungary)
  25. 2003 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): “Rear Window Ethics and Gender”
  26. 2003 December: “Bridget Jones and Hungarian Chicklit” (Literary Encounters between the UK and Hungary: Contrasting Memories, Cultural Dialogues, hosted by the British Library and the Hungarian Cultural Centre, London)
  27. 2004 January: “Scottish Female Identity and Fragmentation in Janice Galloway’s The Trick is to Keep Breathing (A Conference on Scottish Culture and Literature from an International Perspective, Strathclyde University, Glasgow)
  28. 2004 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): „Cleanness and Identity in Janice Galloway’s The Trick is to Keep Breathing
  29. 2005 January: HUSSE/7 (Hungarian Society for the Study of English) Conference: “Autobiography and Maternal Subjectivity in Rosamond Lehmann’s The Swan in the Evening–Fragments of an Inner Life” (Veszprém, Hungary)
  30. 2005 December: Critical Issues: Sex and Sexuality (Inter-Disciplinary Net): ’(Female) Desire and Romantic Art in Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall’ (Vienna, Austria).
  31. 2006 April: Women as subjects, female subjects conference: “The Female Subject as Corresponding Subject in Virginia Woolf’s Three Guineas(Department of British Studies, University of Debrecen; venue: Klub Barabás, Debrecen) – in Hungarian
  32. 2006 May: A Conference in English and American Studies (Timisoara, Romania): “The Female Subject in Virginia Woolf’s Three Guineas
  33. 2006 August: 6th International Congress of Hungarian Studies (Debrecen): “Feminist Modes of Speech in Hungarian Literary Studies”
  34. 2007 September: Nyelv, Ideológia, Média 3: Női/férfi identitás és tapasztalat (Szeged): “Soap Opera and Female Experience – In the Mirror of Men of Letters”.
  35. 2008 September: Nyelv, Ideológia, Média 4: A nő és a test/iség (Szeged): Disciplinary Practices and Consumer Culture in Bridget Jones’s Diary
  36. 2009 January: HUSSE 9 Conference (Pécs, PTE): Cultural Texts as Symptoms of Traumatic Memory in Virginia Woolf’s Between the Acts
  37. 2010 February: 9th International Brno Conference (Czech Republic): A Writer’s Holiday, or Something More Serious? A Reading of Virginia Woolf’s Flush
  38. 2010 May: Crossroads in Education: Literature and Culture, Theory and Methodology (Catholic University, Ruzomberok, Slovakia): Sniffing around English Language, Literature and Culture – Or What can Flush Teach Us?
  39. 2010 November: HAAS (Hungarian Association for American Studies) 8 Conference (University of Debrecen, Hungary): Woolf et Co: A Crosscultural and Transmedial Dialogue of, and in, The Hours
  40. 2011 January: HUSSE 10 (Hungarian Association for the Study of English) Conference (Pázmány Péter Catholic University): The Function of Multiplicity in Undoing History in Virginia Woolf’s Three Guineas
  41. August 2011: Presence/Absence (Catholic University, Ruzomberok, Slovakia): Intertextuality in the Opening Scenes of Virginia Woolf’s The Years
  42. 2011 November: Loci Memoriae Hungaricae: A magyar emlékezethelyek kutatásának elméleti alapjai (University of Debrecen, Hungary): The Literary Heritage as Traumatic Cultural Memory in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts
  43. 17-19 February 2012: Literature, Culture and the Fantastic: Challenges of the Fin de Siècle(s) (Rijeka, Croatia): (Mis)match-Making: Gothic Horror, Science Fiction, Fantasy and Family Romance in Violet Hunt’s ‘The Prayer’
  44. 10-12 May 2012.: SDAŠ 2012: The Changes in Epochal Paradigms and the Opportunities They Offer for English Studies (Ljubljana, Slovenia): ‘Photography and the Ethical Dimension: The Case of VirginiaWoolf’s Three Guineas
  45. 17-20 May 2012.: 8th European Feminist Research Conference (CEU, Budapest, Hungary): ‘Re-Imagining Post-Socialist Spaces in the Writings of Noémi Kiss’
  46.  4-5 May 2012.: Test és szubjektivitás a rendszerváltás utáni magyar filmben (Debrecen, Debreceni Egyetem, AAI–MODEM): ‘A nyilvános WC színe, szaga és tere – Test és szubjektivitás Kocsis Ágnes Friss levegő című filmjében’ (ConferenceThe Body and Subjectivity in the Post-1990 Hungarian Film; organised by the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen and MODEM, Hungary; Title: The Colour, Smell and Space of the Public Toilet in Ágnes Kocsis's Fresh Air)
  47. 27-29 June 2012.: Katherine Mansfield and Continental Europe (Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Slovakia): ‘Whose Cup of Tea? Mansfield in Hungary’
  48. 4-8 Sept. 2012.: ESSE11 (European Society for the Study of English; Istanbul, Turkey): ‘A Woman and Her Demon Lover: A Historicised Version of the Myth by Elizabeth Bowen’
  49. 24-26 January 2013: “A loose, baggy monster”, or the problems of Victorian Studies (in Hungarian); Hungarian Society for the Study of English, 11th biennial conference (Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary)
  50. 24-26 January 2013: The Street as Enemy Territory – The Cultural Implications of Rose’s Adventure in Virginia Woolf’s The Years; Hungarian Society for the Study of English, 11th biennial conference (Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary)
  51. 23-24 February 2013: Progress report presentation; Is Women's Education at Risk? International project workshop; Gender Studies Centre, University of Debrecen, Hungary
  52. 28 May 2013: What is a Humanities Student Worth if a Woman? Or Who Draws the Boundaries for the Mind and Body of a Female Humanities Student? Project dissemination event; Gender Studies Centre, University of Debrecen, Hungary
  53. 13-14 May 2013: Is Women's Education at Risk? The Case in Hungary. Project workshop; Gender Studies Centre, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
  54. 27-28 September 2013: What is a Humanities Student Worth if a Woman? Or Who Draws the Boundaries for the Mind and Body of a Female Humanities Student?; Language, Ideology, Media: The 9th Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender; Szeged, Hungary; (in Hungarian)
  55. 16-17 January 2014: Power and Female Subjectivity in Virginia Woolf’s Three Guineas; The Essay II: Forms and Transformations: 24th Salzburg Annual Conference in English Literature and Culture Department of English and American Studies, Austria
  56. 29 Aug-2 Sept. 2014: Food as a Protean Metaphor in Angela Carter’s The Magic Toyshop (ESSE 12 Conference – European Society for the Study of English; Kosice, Slovakia)
  57. 2017. március 8.: The Female Body and Feminine Embodiment in Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (Mary Wollstonecraft: Life, Work and Legacy; City of Hull, University of Hull; Hull, UK)
  58. 29 August-2 September 2018: The Stakes of Anglicist Gender Studies in Hungary (ESSE 14 Conference; Masaryk University, Brno)
  59. 30 August- 3 September 2021: “Virginia Woolf and the Brontës: An Ambivalent Matrilineage”; ESSE 15 conference (European Society for the Study of English, University of Lyon, France)
  60. 30 August- 3 September 2021: Country report on Gender Studies in Hungary at the round table of the Gender Studies Network at ESSE 15 conference (European Society for the Study of English, University of Lyon, France)

Participation:

  1. 1991: Sixth Oxford Conference on Teaching English Literature Overseas (Worcester College, Oxford)
  2. 1993: A Classroom of One’s Own: Feminism in Hungarian Higher Education (Szeged, Hungary)
  3. 1995: Megosztott Világ Konferencia (MTA Társadalmi Konfliktusok Kutató Központja) -- A Divided World (Research Centre for Social Conflicts -- Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest)
  4. 1996: Szerep és alkotás (Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum) – Roles and Creation (Petőfi Literary Museum, Budapest)
  5. 1996: British Studies – Media Studies (Pécs, Hungary, British Council)
  6. 1997: A Brontë Anniversary: 150 Years (Leeds, The Brontë Society)
  1. 1999: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes (Budapest, The British Council)
  2. 2000: A pszichoanalízis múltja és jelene (University of Debrecen) [The Past and Present of Psychoanalyis]
  3. 2001: A Symposium on Contemporary British Fiction (The British Council, Budapest)

 

OTHER INVITED PUBLIC LECTURES:

  1. October 1993: guest speaker for a course on British Cultural Studies (Eötvös University, Budapest): ‘Feminism and the English Departments’
  2. October 1994: A Course in British Studies (ELTE, Budapest): ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf: Modernism and the Woman Question’
  3. 2001 November: ‘The Woman Writer and the Woman’s Text’ — A Public Talk and Discussion in theatre RS8, Budapest at the invitation of Feminist Network
  4. 2001 November: ‘The Body as Simulacrum in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar’ — public lecture of habilitation
  5. 2002 April: ‘Autobiography and the Female Subject’ — public lecture at the University of Pécs
  6. 2002 April: Public discussion of two books (Lánnyá válik; Tükröm, tükröm…) — at the invitation of Sensus Research Group of University of Pécs
  7. 2003 November: ‘Climbing/Soaring, Lifting—or from Matty to Matilda in A.S. Byatt’s Morpho Eugenia’—invited speaker at the symposium organised to celebrate Sarolta Marinovich’s 60 birthday (University of Szeged)
  8. 2003 December: ‘The Fig Tree and the Black Patent Leather Shoes: The Body and its representation in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar’ — at the invitation of the graduate research seminar group of GENCAS (Gender in Culture and Society), University of Wales, Swansea
  9. 2007 March: ‘The (Im)possibility of Life Writing in Virginia Woolf's Autobiographical Texts'. at the invitation of the Senior English Research Seminar, University of Hull.
  10. 2007 March: ‘Moments of Being, or Patterns of Self-Creation in Virginia Woolf’s Autobiographical Texts’. Life Writing Seminars, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh.
  11. 2007 October: ‘Cultural Representations and Gender in Public Education’ – position paper for discussing schoolbooks at a meeting of Co-Operation for European Culture (Debrecen Committee of the Hungarian Academy).
  12. 2008 April: ‘Textual Politics in Virginia Woolf’s Late Writings: Three Guineas and Between the Acts’ – at the invitation of the Department of English (Ruzomberok Catholic University, Slovakia)
  13. 2008 April: ‘Feminist literary theory and the postmodern’ – ELTE Extracurricular Students’ College, Social Theory Reading Group, Budapest
  14. 2008 July: ‘The Bridget Jones Phenomenon’ – Summer School, University of Debrecen
  15. 2008 November: Science Day (Ruzomberok, Slovakia): Women and Madness
  16. 2009 February (Ruzomberok, Slovakia): ‘Darcy or Darcy, or Why Lovers are so Funny in Bridget Jones’s Diary’
  17. 2009 March: ‘A kultúra neme [The Gender of Culture]’ - Hatvani István Extracurricular College, University of Debrecen
  18. 2009 March: ‘Mi a pálya? Nők az irodalom(tudomány)ban’ - Centre for Gender and Cultural Studies, Corvinus University, Budapest
  19. 2009 March: ‘Sylvia Plath: The Bell Jar’ – public discussion’ (County Centre for Social Equaltiy, Debrecen)
  20. 2010 March: Kísérteties kísértetek és a nőiség kulturális mítoszai az angol irodalomban (Dept. of Comparative Literary Studies, University of Szeged, Hungary)
  21. 2010 March: Az anyaság a realizmuson innen és túl Doris Lessing Az ötödik gyerek című regényében (Dept. of Comparative Literary Studies, University of Szeged, Hungary)
  22. 2010 May: ’A Room of One's Own as Virginia Woolf's (Post)feminist Text’ (Gender Studies Centre, Dept. of Philosophy, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia)
  23. 2010; 29 October: 'The Empire in Between the Acts' (MA seminar, University of Pécs, Hungary)
  24. 2010; 17 November: 'Culture and Memory in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts' (Cultures in Contact Research Forum: postgraduate and staff research seminar, Dept. of English, University of Surrey, England)
  25. 2011 November: The Perception of a Pageant – The Play within the Novel in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts (It’s (all?) a Matter of Perception; Science Day; Ruzomberok, Slovakia)
  26. 2012 January: Nőiszerep-változások a kultúrában [Changes of Women’s Roles in Culture] (Színek és évek: Nők a művészetben a huszadik századelőn; public discussion in Petőfi Literature Museum, Budapest)
  27. 2012 March: The Gothic (in) Texts by Women Writers: A Historical and Cultural Overview (Univerzita Konstantína Filozofa, Slovakia)
  28. 30 October 2012: Intertextualitás Virginia Woolf harmincas évekbeli szövegeiben; Comparative Studies Workshop, University of Debrecen
  29. 14 February 2013: A másik Woolf: Kulturális (ön)reflexivitás
    Virginia Woolf harmincas évekbeli szövegeiben; Sensus Research Group, University of Pécs, Hungary
  30. 12 November 2013: professorial inaugural lecture: Virginia Woolf és a viktoriánusok (Virginia Woolf and the Victorians); University of Debrecen, Hungary; (in Hungarian)
  31. 13 November 2013: Virginia Woolf and the Victorians; Science Week lecture; Katolícka Univerzitá v Ruzomberku, Slovakia
  32. 3 April 2014: Szöveg és gender: Elmélet és magyar kontextus (Text and Gender: Theory and Hungarian Context). Hatvani István College, University of Debrecen
  33. 8 October 2014: Kultúratudomány és gender (Cultural Studies and Gender). Department of Behavioural Sciences, University of Debrecen
  34. 1 April 2015: A He-For-She-kampány és ami mögötte van (The He-For-She Campaign and its Background). Hatvani István College, University of Debrecen, Hungary
  35. 22 April 2015: Cultural Memory and the Victorian Age in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts. Research Seminar; University of Huddersfield, UK
  36. 11 November 2015: A tudomány neme: avagy a Frankenstein és a bioetika [The Gender of Sciences: or Frankenstein and Bioethics]. Invited plenary lecture at the official opening of the Science Week at the Debrecen Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  37. 8 November 2016: Quilting as Collective Self-Narrative by Women; Science Day; Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Slovakia
  38. 22 February 2017: A regényszövegtől a filmvászonig: Az adaptáció mint újrakódolás. Debrecen Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy
  39. 3 May 2017: Nők a felsőoktatásban (organisers: Austrian Cultural Forum, Budapest, Institute of German Studies, UD, Gender Studies Centre, UD; venue: Institute of English and American Studies, UD) – participation in the round table
  40. 11 September 2017: A retorika politikuma Virginia Woolf Saját szoba és Három adomány című nagyesszéiben (Hungarian Academy, meeting of Department I)
  41. 23 November 2017: “Irodalomértelmezés és kánonképződés genderszempontból” [Literary Interpretation  and Canon Formation from the Perspective of Gender] (public lecture at the invitation of the Historiographical Research Group, Institute of History, UD)
  42. 8 March 2018: A kékharisnyáktól a kortárs nőművészekig – Pillanatképek a kultúrtörténetből [From Bluestockings to Contemporary Women Artists] (Debrecen, MODEM: Citiy Gallery of Modern Art; International Women’s Day)
  43. 6 November 2018: Narrative and Gender Politics in the Sensation Novel (Science Day; Catholic University in Ruzomberok)
  44. 14 November 2019: Ungendering Politics in Hungary (Back to the Divine Order? Trans-European Affiliations in Gender Studies; public lecture, Bern, Frauenraum)
  45. 27 November 2019: Gender Troubles with the Body (for the international ERASMUS+ project participants of Dóczy Reformed Grammar School; University of Debrecen, Institute of English and American Studies)

 

SUPERVISION

  1. Undergraduate thesis: 139
  2. Students’ Extramural Research Activity: 20

prize-winning papers at the national conference: 10; number of prizes: 12 (3 first prizes, 1 of which also gained a special prize; 2 second prizes, 1 of which also gained a special prize; 4 third prizes; and a faculty prize)

  1. Supervision in talent management programmes: 36 students
  2. PhD thesis supervisor: 15 (defences: 2)
  3. Participation in PhD-defence and examination committees: 24
  4. Participation in habilitation committees: 8 (chair: 2; opponent: 2)
  5. Participation in academy doctorate committee: 1
  6. Participation in academy doctorate habitus committee: 2

 

REFERENCES TO PUBLICATIONS: altogether 634

review: 73

independent reference: 443

presence in scholarly databases: 63

book/article used at universities as required or recommended reading: 54

hit  list: 1

 

MEMBERSHIP IN SCHOLARLY ORGANISATIONS:

1993– : HUSSE (Hungarian Society for the Study of English)

1993– : ESSE (European Society for the Study of English)

1998 : member of the public body of the Hungarian Academy

1998 : member of the Debrecen Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy

 

SERIES EDITING, REVIEWING AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL BOARDS:

Series editing:

1998–2006 : Artemis Books (A Hungarian series in gender studies; Csokonai Publishing House, Debrecen)

Reviewing:

for Filológiai Közlöny

for Anachronist

Other professional board:

24-25 February 2014: participation in the work of the European team invited by EIGE (European Institue for Gender Equality) – Vilnius, Lithvania

 

ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS:

1. Past tasks

1991 January–1992 September: TEMPUS contact person in the Institute of English and American Studies

1991 January–2001 September: member of the Institute Council

1995–2001: coordinator of the students’ extramural scholarly research society

2001–2003: coordinator of the Institute’s distance learning programme

2001–2013: Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies; editorial board member

2007–2013      : Institute webmaster

2011–2012: member of the institute directorship advisory board

2011-2012: co-ordinator of the English language talent management programmes for secondary school students (organisers: University Talent management Programme; Hatvani College)

2011-2013: member of the Auditing Committee on the board of ESSE (European Society for the Study of English)

2012: member of the search committee for ESSE secretary and treasurer

2011–2015: president of HUSSE (Hungarian Society for the Study of English)

2011–2015: board member of ESSE (European Society for the Study of English)

2011–2017: head of the Institute Research Council

20112017: member of the Institute Council

2013–2015: deputy director of the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen

2014–2015: member of the Council of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Debrecen

2015: advisory board member of the annual conference of the Polish Association of English Studies (Emotions); Wroclaw, Poland (17-19 April)

2015: member of the academic committee  of the conference: Language, Literature and Culture in a Changing Transatlantic World III. Presov, Slovakia (10-12 September)

2014–2016: member of the Academic Programme Committee of the 2016 ESSE conference (Galway)

2014–2017: regular participation in ad hoc promotion committees

2015–2016: HUSSE board member, representing IEAS, UD

2016–2017: member of the Council of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Debrecen

2016–2017: deputy director for general and research affairs of the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen

2016–2019: HUSSE advisory board member, representing IEAS, UD

2017–2019: institute contact person of CEU GTFP

2020: Chair of one of the ESSE Book Award Committees

2020: the chair of the accreditation committee appointed by the Hungarian Accreditation committee to evaluate the doctoral school of Pázmány Péter Catholic University

2008–2021: administrator of the "Testimonials" page at the Institute website

2021: member of the Bursary committee of ESSE (European Society for the Study of English)

2021: member of the Book Grant committee of ESSE (European Society for the Study of English)

20162022: member of the Council of the Debrecen Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy

20162022: elected member of the General Assembly of the Hungarian Academy

20162022: member of the I. (Linguistics and Literary Studies) Department of the Hungarian Academy

2019–2022: Elected substitute member in the elections committee at MTA/HAS

2. Currents tasks

Departmental tasks:

2010– : departmental junior staff supervisor

2011- : organiser and second reader of the written part of the MA state exam in British Studies

2012 : member of the council of the Department of British Studies, IEAS, UD

2013- : course co-ordinator: Modern British Literature and Culture I., Modern British Literature and Culture II., British Literature Seminar

Institute tasks:

2007– : head of the Gender Studies Centre at the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen

2016– : contact person with CEU IAS (organiser of biannual public lectures)  

Faculty tasks:

2016 : member of the Arts and Humanities Habilitation Committee, University of Debrecen

University tasks:

2007–  : member in Hatvani István Students’ Extramural College Council

2010– : member of Scientific (and Research) Board of the University of Debrecen

National tasks:

2014: member of the Committee of Literary Studies at the Hungarian Academy

2016 : external evaluator of the Hungarian Accreditation Committee

2019– : president of Hungarian Society for the Study of English (HUSSE)

2019– : member of the Board of Trustees of Országh László Award

2019– : member of the Board of Trustees of Kaffka Margit Award

2021– : member of the habilitation committee in the humanities at the University of Szeged

2022: external evaluator for the Promotion Committee at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Szeged

International tasks:

2016 : external member of the Promotion Committee of the Dept. of English, University of Athens, Greece

2019– : board member of the European Society for the Study of English (ESSE)

2020– : external evaluator at IAS CEU (Institute for Advanced Study, Central European University)

2022: chair of one of the Book Award Committees of ESSE (European Society for the Study of English)

Journal editorial board member:

2015– : Identity Papers: A Journal in British and Irish Studies (ABIS – a journal of the Academy for British and Irish Studies) (Huddersfield, UK) http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/journal/abis/

Journal advisory board member:

2001– : Gender Studies (Timisoara, Romania)

2010– : Focus

2011– : Confluente (Oradea, Romania)

2013– : Synthesis (Greece) http://synthesis.enl.uoa.gr/

2015– : in esse: English Studies in Albania (Albania) http://www.assenglish.org/publications/

2017– : Polish Journal of English Studies

Frissítés dátuma: 2022.02.07.


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