Amerikanisztika MA tájékoztató

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Kedves Hallgatók! Október 15-én, szerdán, 11:45-ös kezdéssel az Amerikai Szemináriumban rövid tájékoztatót tartunk az amerikanisztika MA képzési programmal kapcsolatban. A képzés tartalma mellett szó lesz a felvételiről, illetve az elhelyezkedési lehetőségekről is. Minden érdeklődőt szeretettel várunk! Cristian Réka Mónika és Vajda Zoltán

Poetry workshop with Tara Skurtu @ the department

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Time: 4 pm, September 16 Venue: Room X Tara Skurtu teaches Creative Writing at Boston University, where she earned an MFA and received a Robert Pinsky Global Fellowship and an Academy of American Poets Prize. Her work is published internationally, and recent poems have appeared in Poetry Review, Memorious, DMQ Review, The Dalhousie Review, the […]

“Having Said That” by Jack Roberts

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AMERICANA eBooks proudly presents the new Jack Roberts book, Having Said That, that contains a previously unreleased short story (Re: Bright Goddess, At Your Rising) and a collection of twenty-nine poems (including “River Blindness,” “Dream Fox,” and “Margitszigeten”). Having Said That is avaliable – as usual – in two ebook formats (.epub & .mobi) for […]

“We Shall Overcome” in Szeged – a look back

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In cooperation with the Regional Language Office (RELO) of the US Embassy, Budapest, on February 10 the Institute of English and American Studies hosted two training sessions for Mr. Viktor Jilly, introducing his newest textbook. “We Shall Overcome.” Civil Rights Movements in the United States is a content-based language course book for advanced learners of […]

‘We Shall Overcome’ in Szeged

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Come and join us on Monday February 10 University of Szeged’s Institute of English and American Studies (IEAS) is hosting EFL educator, teacher trainer and textbook author Mr. Viktor Jilly’s two training sessions where he will introduce his coursebook ‘We Shall Overcome! – Civil Rights Movement in the United States’. ‘We Shall Overcome!’ is a […]

A Life Less Damnable – out now!

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AMERICANA eBooks is proud to present A Life Less Damnable by Jack Roberts (our former Fulbright visiting professor) – a detective novel set in Szeged, in the South of Hungary in 2000. It tackles the symbiosis of political and personal life in post-Communist Hungary in a university context in an intricate manner, seasoned with ‘local […]

AMERICANA: Volume IX, Number 1, Spring 2013 is out now

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We are proud to announce the release of Volume IX, Number 1, Spring 2013. This issue features essays from scholars across the globe with topics ranging from African American women’s plays, postmodern American narratives to augmented reality, discussions of authors from Vonnegut, Nabokov, to Chabon and Erdrich, and an interview with Rolando Hinojosa-Smith. [button url=”http://americanaejournal.hu/vol9no1” […]