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Faculty

Larisa Kocić-Zámbó

Position: Senior Assistant Professor

Office: Room 3303, Ady tér Building
Office hours: Wed 10-11
Office phone: + 36 62 544 526
e-mail: larisa at ieas-szeged.hu

 

Education

2004-2007 Doctoral School of English and American Literatures and Cultures, University of Szeged, Hungary (PhD awarded July 5 2012, Dissertation Title: Protean Vicissitude and Milton's Paradise Lost)

1998-2004 BA and MA in English, University of Szeged, Hungary

1992-1997 Theological Seminary, Sola Scriptura College of Theology, Budapest, Hungary

 

Teaching, Supervising and Research Areas:

Early Modern Women Writing, Orality and Literature in the Renaissance, Theories of Popular Culture, Gender Studies, Fandom Studies, Comics and Graphic Novels.


Publications:

"Resounding Words: Fan Fiction and the Pleasure of Adaptation." In Zsolt Győri and Gabriella Moise (eds) Travelling around Cultures: Collected Essays on Literature and Art. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Prublishing, 2016, 53-69.

"A Xena-camp jelenség — a feminizmus, a fandom és a digitális bölcselet találkozása." TNTeF 5:2 (2015), 38–59.

"Frye and the Musical Poet." In Sára Tóth, Tibor Fabiny, János Kenyeres and Péter Pásztor (eds) Northrop Frye 100: A Danubian Perspective. Budapest: KGRE - L'Harmattan, 2014, 258-268.

"Reprezentációs szinekdoché: Angelina Jolie masztektómia műtétének fogadtatásáról és a női test töredezetségéről." TNTeF 4:2 (2014), 55-67.

"Seconding or Second Guessing Secularization." Americana 10:2 (2014).

"'To turn one idea into more shapes than Proteus': The copious use of words in Erasmus and Milton." EMCO 3:1 (2012), 39-64.

"Naked innocence: representing angelic and human freedom in Milton and the Visual Arts.” In Gábor Ittzés & Miklós Péti (eds) Milton Through the Centuries (Budapest: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary - L'Harmattan Publishin, 2012), 310-321.

"Abundance,_rather_than_lack." Americana 7:2 (2011 Fall).

"(Tükör)reflexió Milton Évájáról és mumusáról." TNTeF 1:2 (2011), 100-112.

“Geraldine as a liminal character between Sappho and Lilith.” In Sabine Coelsch-Foisner eds., What constitutes the Fantastic?  PEAS XVII. (Szeged: JATE Pressz, 2009), 125-136.

 

Translations:

W. J. T. Mitchell. “Blake es a testvér-mőveszetek hagyománya” in Szőnyi György Endre eds. A képek politikája (Szeged: JATEPress, 2008), pp 53-76.

W. J. T. Mitchell. “Metaképek” in Szőnyi György Endre eds. A képek politikája (Szeged: JATEPress, 2008), pp 155-192.

 

 

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