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Talks, lectures

Invited lectures, conference talks in Hungary

  • Triangular Structures of Desire in American Literature. Constructing America in a Time of Change. 12th Conference of the Hungarian Association for American Studies, ELTE, Budapest, 25-26 May, 2018.

  • Különös háromszögek az irodalomban [Strange triangles in literature]. Section of Linguistics and Literary Scholarship, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Budapest, January 8, 2018.

  • Writing on the Margins of Sound and Sight. Augusto de Campos and Transnational Poetic Traditions. (Plenary lecture.) Inter-America Conference. SZTE, Szeged, November 16, 2017.

  • Intellectual Life During Communism. 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution Conference. Budapest, Danube Institute, October 9, 2017.

  • Nyelvtani, kapcsolati és testi alanyiság H. D. HERmione című regényében. Testi, kapcsolati és narratív alanyiság az irodalomban és a kultúrában konferencia. ELTE, Budapest, October 7, 2017.

  • Vendégünk a végtelenből – Emily Dickinson költészetéről. Titanic Film Festival. Budapest, April 7, 2017.

  • Önérték és távlatiság – Narratív személyköziség Henry James rövidprózájában. Kánon, fordítás – Újraolvasó konferencia Szegedy-Maszák Mihály emlékére. ELTE, Budapest, March 17, 2017.

  • A performatív elméleti erőterei és az irodalomolvasás. (Plenary lecture.) A performatív mint fordulat konferencia. MTA BTK ITI/MTA Színház- és Filmtudományi Bizottsága és a Theatron Műhely Alapítvány Philther kutatócsoport, Budapest, May 30, 2016.

  • A Poetics of Grief – On Charles Bernstein’s Postmodern Lyric Voice. In the Shadow of the Masters. Symposium on American Literature In Memoriam Gabriella Varró. Debrecen, September 19, 2015.

  • A társadalmi nem szövegkönyvei és megképzései az irodalomban. Eszterházy Károly Főiskola, Eger, May 31, 2015.

  • “The Future of Our Pasts. Legacies That (Still) Shape Our Lives in Central Europe.” Our Past and Present in the Shadow of the Cold War. Foreign and Security Policy Conference. Antall József Tudásközpont, Corvinus University, Budapest, November 7, 2014.

  • “The going from a world we know / To one a wonder still” – Transition as Theme and Trope in Emily Dickinson’s Poetry. HAAS [Hungarian Association of American Studies] 10 Conference (Crossing Boundaries). Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, May 2014.

  • Totus Mundus – From Globe Theatre to James Bond and the Queen. (Plenary lecture.) HUSSE [Hungarian Society for the Study of English] 11 Conference. ELTE, Budapest, January 2013.

  • America: from Metaphor to Catachresis. (Plenary lecture.) 14th International Conference on the Literature of Region and Nation. University of Pécs, June 2012.

  • Troping the Subject: Gender Normativity and Gender Alterity in Emily Dickinson’s Poetics. HAAS [Hungarian Association of American Studies] 9 Conference (Trends in American Culture in the Post-1960s Period). Eszterházy Károly Tanárképző Főiskola, Eger, May 2012.

  • A genderrelativitásról – két overallos nő kapcsán [On the relativity of gender – in connection with two women in overalls]. Emlékülés Marinovich Sarolta emlékére. SzTE, Szeged, November 2011.

  • Katakrézis, avagy a nyelv nagy tréfája. 125 éves az angol szak az Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetemen konferencia. ELTE, Budapest, November 2011.

  • Az amerikai ébredési mozgalmak performatív retorikája. Conversio – vallástudományi konferencia. ELTE, Budapest, September 2011.

  • Rhetoricity and Performativity – On the Tropes of the Constructed Subject. Biennial Conference of the Hungarian Society for the Study of English (HUSSE). Pázmány Péter Universiy, Piliscsaba, January 2011.

  • Posztmodern paradigmaváltás az amerikanisztikában. Immota konferencia az ELTE 375. évfordulóján. ELTE, Budapest, November 2010.

  • Metalepsis as a Trope of Cultural Narrativizationin the Novels of H. D. (Hilda Doolittle). Biennial Conference of the Hungarian Association of American Studies (HAAS). University of Debrecen, November 2010.

  • The Marking and the Telling: On the Making and Un-Making of Stigma through Narration. (Plenary lecture.) Biennial Conference of the Hungarian Association of American Studies (HAAS). SZTE, Szeged, October 2008.

  • Így készül az amerikai: a szubjektumalkotás irodalmi receptjeiből. Amerikai esték. ELTE, Budapest, April 2008.

  • Így készül az ember: az „Én” és a „Másik” diszkurzív konstrukciói az amerikai irodalomban. (Plenary lecture.) Mi/Más konferencia a tolerancia jegyében. Eszterházy Károly Főiskola, Eger, March 2008.

  • Senkik és valakik – a szubjektiváció narratív megközelítéseiről. Az angol helyzete Magyarországon konferencia. ELTE, Budapest, November 2007.

  • Külön szférák. Üvegplafon: Nők a döntéshozásban konferencia. Corvinus University, Budapest, October 2007.

  • Performansz és performativitás: a női, a meleg és a nem-fehér szubjektumok nagy előadásai az irodalomban. (Plenary lecture.) A nő mint szubjektum, a női szubjektum konferencia. University of Debrecen, April 2006.

  • Canons and the Postmodern Episteme: Writing an American Literary History in Hungary. The American Romance Tradition and Nathaniel Hawthorne. Károli Gáspár University, Budapest, May 2004.

  • Paradigmaváltás az amerikanisztika elméletében. Irányok és hiányok: A magyar komparatisztika útjai. ICLA/AILC, Budapest, October 2003.

  • 'My Son is a Magyar': The Hungarian Connection as Fact and Metaphor for Charles Olson. The 1950s. Biennial Conference of the Hungarian Association of American Studies. ELTE, Budapest, March 2003.

  • Receptek a nőre és a férfira: a gender mint szexualizált konstrukció. Nő és férfi – férfi és nő. Corvinus University, Budapest, November 2002.

  • Constructing the Grand Metanarratives of Our Times: the Emergence of the Postmodern Episteme in New American Studies. Texts and Contexts. ELTE, Budapest, April 2002.

  • For the Love of the Woman Self: Alternatives to Textual and Visual Misogyny. Anatomies of the Mind, Body, and the Soul: On the Work of Orshi Drozdik. Ludwig Museum, Budapest, February 2002.

  • What Theory Teaches and What We Teach Through Theory. Theory in American Studies. ELTE, Budapest, March 2001.

  • Laboratory of Dissonance and Mourning: The Colonial Experience Reconsidered. Hungarian Society for the Study of English (HUSSE), ELTE, Budapest, January 1999.

  • Canonicity in Literature and Culture-or, How Liberal is our Liberal Arts Education? Hungarian Association of American Studies (HAAS), Eszterházy Károly Főiskola, Eger, November 1998.

  • Changing Attitudes to Women in Central Europe: the Impact of Educational Mobility. World Fulbright Alumni Conference. Budapest, August 1996.

  • Security in Central Europe: Present and Future. Hungarian Atlantic Council, Budapest, May 1995.

  • Isolation Shared: Pennsylvanian and Transylvanian Anabaptists. Society of Modern Philology, Budapest, March 1988.

  • Women and Slaves: Two Oppressed Groups in the Early Republic. European Association of American Studies, Budapest, March 1986.

  • Versions of the Whole Earth Catalog: Edward Dorn and Robert Duncan. American Studies Symposium. ELTE, Budapest, February 1985.

  • A szabadvers vizsgálatának grammetrikai módszere. Poetry Section – MTA, Budapest, March 1984.

  • Eretnekmozgalmak Amerikában. Újpest Literary Circle, Budapest, December 1983.

  • Woman and Poet? Origins and Originality of American Culture. European Association of American Studies (EAAS), Budapest, April 1980.

  • Who's Afraid of Irony? English Studies Scholarly Circle, ELTE, Budapest, December 1979.

  • Speech Acts in Literature. Kossuth Lajos University, Debrecen, September 1978.

  • On the Role of Visuality in American Free Verse. Eötvös Loránd University First Conference in American Studies. ELTE, Budapest, March 1977.

 

International talks (on scholarly issues)

  • The Literary Text as Act and Dialogue: Presupposing and Performing Identities in James, Stein, H. D., Cather, and Barnes. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, May 2005.

  • Performatives and Presuppositions: Reading American Literature through Speech Act Theory. University of Montana, Missoula, March 2005.

  • American Literature Studies in Hungary: Paradigm Changes in a post-Hegemonic Humanities Environment. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, January 2002.

  • Canon Politics and the Experimental Canon in U. S. Literature. International Forum for U. S. Studies. University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, January 2000.

  • Anti-Metaphysics in the Maximus Poems. Peripatetic Seminar on Olson's Maximus Poems. The Olson Society, Gloucester, Mass., October 1999.

  • Who Says So? Public Readership, Taste, Patronage, and Literary Criticism as Agents of Canonicity in U. S. Literary History. Outside/In: U. S. Studies in a Global Context. University of Iowa, Iowa City, April 1999.

  • In Search of a Common Language: Possibilities for East-West Dialogues. International Forum for U. S. Studies. University of Iowa, Iowa City, March 1998.

  • Gender Perspectives in the Study of Literature. Program in International Education. Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, November 1995.

  • The Future of Our Past: Canonicity and the Traditions. Central College, Oskaloosa, November 1995.

  • Gender and Europe Today. Women's Task Force. Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, November 1995.

  • The Radical Poetics of Charles Olson, Nordic Association of American Studies, Tampere, May 1989.

  • The Poetics of Attention in American Literature. Southern Oregon State College, Ashland, February 1987.

  • American Space and Huck Finn. Southern Oregon State College, Ashland, February 1987.

  • Measures of Attention: On the Grammetrics of Lineation in William Carlos Williams. Poetry and Epistemology. Turning Points in the History of Poetic Knowledge, Katholische Universitat, Eichstätt, October 1984.

  • Grammar as Prosody. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, January 1982.

 

International talks (on social issues)

  • Security in Central and Eastern Europe. Norwegian Atlantic Council, Oslo, November 1994.

  • Living with the Legacy of Communism: the Situation of Women in Hungary. Indiana University, Bloomington, May 1992.

  • Dynamics of Change: the Hungarian Experience. Taft Seminar for Teachers. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, July 1992.

  • Heroic Politics and its Contradictions: Social Tensions in Post-Totalitarian Hungary. Conference on Security Considerations in East and Central Europe. Yale University, New Haven, April 1992.

  • Political and Economic Developments in Central and Eastern Europe. Seminar on Federal Government Policy and International Relations. The Brookings Institution, Washington, April 1992.

  • Prospects for Jewish Life in Hungary. The Wiesenthal Center, Washington, D. C., March 1992.

  • Lessons of the Political Transition in Hungary. Presidential Classroom for Young Americans. Washington, D. C., February 1992.

  • Planning for the Future: Balancing International Needs. Public Employees Roundtable. Washington, D. C., January 1992.

  • After the Revolutions in Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland. World Affairs Council of Oregon, International Studies Program. Portland State University, Portland, November 1991.

  • Political Trends and Prospects in Post-Communist Europe. Transitions to Democracy. George Washington University, Washington, D. C., November 1991.

  • Eastern Europe: Political and Economic Issues. The M. I. T. Program for Senior Executives. Washington Seminar on Federal Government Policy and International Relations. The Brookings Institution, Washington, D. C., October 1991.

  • Addressing the Memorial Service Commemorating the 47th Anniversary of the Hungarian Jewish Holocaust. Park East Synagogue, New York City, September 1991.

  • Chariots Toward the House of Europe – Prospects for the European Integration of the New Democracies. Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, August 1991.

  • Europe Beyond 2000. Georgetown University, Washington, D. C., April 1991.

  • Are the Pearls Real? Aspirations and Goals of the Newly Freed Nations of East-Central Europe. University of California, Berkeley, April 1991.

  • Hopes for Harmony in the Land of 'Too Many Notes'. American University, Washington, D. C., March 1991.

  • Hungary's Jewish Community. American Jewish Committee, Washington, D. C., February 1991.

  • The Negotiated Revolution. The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. February 1991.

  • An Assessment of the Political Situation in Hungary. National College of War, Washington, D. C., February 1991.

  • Human Rights and Environmental Security in Eastern Europe. Global Security Programme. Cambridge University, Cambridge, January 1991.

  • Women, Politics, and the New Society in Hungary. Symposium on New Political Cultures: Economics, Gender, and Society in Eastern Europe. University of Oregon, Eugene. November 1991.

  • Hungarian Society in Transition: Emerging Interest Groups. Capitol Hill Women's Political Caucus, Washington, D. C., June 1991.

  • Women's Totalitarian Lib in Hungary-Living with the Legacy. Overseas Education Fund, Meridian House International, Washington, D. C. November 1990.

  • Hungarian Women and the Orwell Syndrome. Global Security Programme. Cambridge University, Cambridge, May 1990.

  • Political Reform Processes in Hungary. Systemic Transformation in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, March 1990.