Faculty & Departments

IEAS consists of three departments: English, American Studies and ELTEAL (English Language Teacher Education and Applied Linguistics). Their respective sites can be accessed from this page. The Institute is lead by the Director of the Institute in cooperation with the Institute Council.

Faculty

EnS = English Studies; AmS = American Studies; ELTEAL = English Language Teacher Education and Applied Linguistics

Annus Irén, PhD Associate Professor (AmS); Deputy Director of Institute American culture, arts, religions, minorities in the US email, Ph: 544-000/3213, website
Bajnóczi Beatrix, MA Language Instructor (ELTEAL) language skills, testing & assessment, English for business & administration, ESP email, Ph: 544 261, website
Barát Erzsébet, PhD Associate Professor (EnS) applied linguistics, gender studies, discourse analysis email, Ph: 544 256
Bocsor Péter, PhD Senior Assistant Prof. (EnS) modernism, prose, poetry and drama, postmodern, semiotics email, Ph: 544 261
Bukta Katalin, PhD Senior Assistant Prof. (ELTEAL) language teaching, methodology email, Ph: 544 689, website
Butterfield, Nicole, MA, MPhil Lecturer (EnS) English language skills and Gender Studies email, Ph: 544 256
Cora Zoltán, PhD Assistant Prof. (EnS) Modern and contemporary British and European history and historiography, theories of history, classical, modern and postmodern aesthetics, British literature and arts (18th and 19th centuries) email, Ph: (36)-62-544-549
Cristian Réka Mónika, PhD, dr. habil. Associate Prof. (AmS) Theories of American Studies, American modernism, American drama and theater, film theory and the American film, gender and postcolonial studies in American film and literature email, Ph: 544 847, website
Curleyné Rónay Zsuzsanna, MA Assistant Prof. (ELTEAL), retired English language skills, British culture email, Ph: 544 261
Doró Katalin, PhD Senior Assistant Prof. (ELTEAL) applied linguistics, language skills email, Ph: 546 792
Dragon Zoltán, MPhil, PhD Senior Assistant Prof. (AmS) film theory, digital culture and theories, literature and cultural theory, visual culture email, Ph: 544 847, website
Dudits András, PhD Senior Assistant Prof. (EnS) translation and interpretation email
Federmayer Éva, dr.univ, CSc/PhD Associate Professor (AmS) American literature, literary theory, gender studies email, Ph: 544-000/3213, website
Fenyvesi Anna, PhD, dr. habil. Associate Professor (EnS), Director of Institute general linguistics, sociolinguistics, language contact email, Ph: 544-262, website
Gombosné Haavisto Kirsi, MA Language instructor (ELTEAL) reading skills, English for business and administration, testing and assessment, learner intentions, ESP email, Ph: 544 261, website
Kenesei István, DSc/PhD, dr. habil. Professor (EnS) syntax, semantics, prosodic phonology, syntax-morphology interface email, Ph: 544 258, website
Kérchy Anna, PhD, DEA Senior Assistant Prof. (EnS) literary theory, gender studies, body studies, Victorian, 20th c. and contemporary literature, children’s literature, the fantastic email, Ph: 544000-3045
Kiss Attila, dr. habil., dr. univ., PhD Associate Professor (EnS), Head of Department early modern English drama and theatricality, drama and theater theory, postsemiotics, semiography email, Ph: 544 260
Kontra Miklós, DSc/PhD, dr. habil. Professor (ELTEAL) applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, Hungarian-American bilingualism, linguistic human rights email, Ph: 544 284, website
Kovács Ágnes Zsófia, PhD, dr. habil Associate Prof. (AmS) American literature, Realism and Modernism in literature, Multiculturalism, Popular culture, Theories of narrative, theories of the novel, Ethics of narrative email, Ph: 544 847, website
Nagy Gergely, PhD Assistant Prof. (EnS) medieval English lit & culture, Tolkien studies, mythopoetics email, Ph: 544 525
Novák György, dr.univ, PhD Associate Professor (AmS), retired early English and 17th-19th-c. Am history, 20th-c Am literature, popular genres, translation email, Ph: 544 264, website
Peckham, Don, PhD Associate Professor (ELTEAL) applied linguistics, second language acquisition, language teaching email, Ph: 544 284
Parrott, Jeremy, PhD Senior Assistant Prof. (ELTEAL) EFL Methodology, discovery methods in language learning, onomastics, literary bibliography email, Ph: 544 689
Péter Róbert, PhD Senior Assistant Prof. (EnS) 17th-18th c. British history, philosophy of the (counter-)Enlightenment, modern religious history, theories of culture and religion, freemasonry email, Ph: 544 549
Sávai-Matuska Ágnes, PhD Associate Prof. (EnS) Early modern literature and culture, drama semiotics, translation and interpretation, intermediality email, Ph: 544 259
Suszczynska Malgorzata, PhD Senior Assistant Prof. (EnS) pragmatics: theories of linguistic politeness and face-work, types of spoken discourse, social psychology email, Ph: 544 262
Szentgyörgyi Anna, MA Institute/ELTEAL secretary, ETR Referent of the Institute email, Ph: 544 024
Szécsényi Krisztina, PhD Senior Assistant Professor (EnS) syntax, phonology, historical syntax email, Ph: 544-258
Szépéné Ungár Erika, BA Institute Senior Secretary email, Ph: 544 259
Szőnyi György Endre, DSc/PhD, dr. habil. Professor (EnS) 16-18c. British literature, Renaissance, English music and visual arts, occultism, literature email, Ph: 544 030, website
Tápainé Balla Ágnes, PhD Assistant Prof. (ELTEAL) EFL methodology, applied linguistics email, Ph: 544 689
Vajda Zoltán, PhD Associate Prof. (AmS), Head of Dept. of American Studies, interim Head of Department, ELTEAL American studies, intellectual history, 19th-c. century American history, cultural studies email, Ph: 544 264
Williams, Thomas, MA Assistant Prof. (ELTEAL) language skills, translations email, Ph: 544 542, website
Zámbóné Kocic Larisa, PhD part time Junior Assistant Professor (EnS) email, Ph: 544 256

 

PhD Students

 

Bristish & American Literature and Culture

1st year

Tóth Zsuzsanna Fantastic literature, cultural history, iconology email, Ph: 343-205

2nd year

Kulcsár Zsófia Gender studies, cultural studies, feminist movements email, Ph: 343-205
Makai Péter Kristóf Disability studies, narratology, cognitive neuroscience email, Ph: 343-205
Ótott Márta American experimental theatre, American absurd drama, performance studies email, Ph: 343-205

3rd year

Kelemen Zsolt psychoanalysis, theories of the subject, transgressive US fiction, new media email, website, Ph: 343-205
Kocsis Ferenc detective fiction, narratology, postmodern, tv-series, post-structuralism email, Ph: 343-205
Mócza Attila Gothic literature, horror literature, social representations email, Ph: 343-205
Tóth Gabriella African American theatre, Feminist aesthetics on stage, Post-colonial literature email, Ph: 343-205
Udvari Tünde Feminism, audience research, Fan Studies email, Ph: 343-205

 

Applied Linguistics

1st year

Mehdi Galiere discourse analysis
Kovács Eszter second language acquisition