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Dohi Zsuzsa

Dohi Zsuzsánna

 

E-mail: dohizsuzsanna@yahoo.com

Consultation:tuesday 10:00–12:00

 

Education and scholarly training:

  2007–: Hungarology studies (PhD), Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letter, Cluj-Napoca

  2004–2005: Society and Literature (magisterial), Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letter, Cluj-Napoca

  2000–2004: Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letter, Cluj-Napoca, specialities Hungarian-English

  1996–2000:  Kölcsey Ferenc Collage, Satu Mare, specialties: mathematics-physics

 

Research interests:

  Old Hungarian Literature from the 16th-17th century.

 

Work experience:

  2007– :PhD student at the Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letter, Department of Hungarian Literature Studies, Cluj-Napoca

  2007 summer: programme manager of Hungarian, Romanian and English courses at the Bridge Language Study House, Cluj-Napoca

 2006 – :  authorized translator in Hungarian-Romanian-English, authorised by the Romanian Ministry of Justice since 2006

 2004–2008: English and Hungarian language teacher at the Bridge Language Study House, Cluj-Napoca

  2004 – 2008: Hungarian language and literature teacher at the Báthory István High School, Cluj-Napoca

 

Professional activity:

  2011 April: conference organised by the Department of Hungarian Literature Studies Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letter, Cluj-Napoca. Title of the discourse: Possibility of Political Function in 17th century Texts: I. Apafi Mihály Vehiculum vitae.

  2008 November: IX. RODOSZ conference, Cluj-Napoca. Title of the discourse: The Stake of a Letter. The Answer of Gyulai Pál to the Letter of the New Captain of Oradea Oradea Sibrik György from 1585.

  2008 October:Transylvanian Renaissance conference organised by EME, EMKE, Kríza Néprajzi Társaság,the Department of Hungarian Literature Studies Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letter, and the “Lucian Blaga” Central University Library. Title of the discourse: “Political” Discussion, the Theoreticians of the Ideal State Government. Kovacsóczy Farkas: De Administratione Transylvaniae Dialogus.

  2007 December:conference organised by the Department of Hungarian Literature Studies Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letter, Cluj-Napoca. Title of the discourse: Representative Possibilities of a 17th Century Funeral Speech.

  2004–2005: scholarship studentof the elite workshop organised by the Láthatatlan Kollégium  the background institute ofthe Department of Hungarian Literature Studies Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Letter, Cluj-Napoca.

  2004 March: The Scientific Student Conference of the Babeş-Bolyai University. Title of the discourse: Genre Problems in the Speculum Regnum from the Last Decades of the 17th Century(Pataki István:Ez Világnak Dolgainak Igazgatásának Mestersége) (1st prise)

 

Publications:

  2008:Representative Possibilities of a 17th Century Funeral Speech. In: Korondi Ágnes– T. Szabó Levente (ed.): Értékek és ideológiák az irodalomban/Values and Ideology in Literature/, Kolozsvári Magyar Irodalomtudományi Tanszék – Kolozsvári Láthatatlan Kollégium, 2008, 67–85.

  2007:Rose Perfume Emanates from Europe, Vasárnap katolikus hetilap 2007/47, Cluj-Napoca, 1-5.

  2007:The Existance of a Speculum Principium in the 17th Century. In: Gábor Csilla(ed.): Szöveghagyomány és íráskultúra a kora újkorban /The Tradition of Texts and Written Culture in the Modern Era/, Egyetemi Műhely Kiadó, Bolyai Társaság , Cluj-Napoca, 77–95.

  2005:To Hide but what for?(Boda Edit: Kamuflázs, Editura Polis, Cluj Napoca 2004), Lató 2005/3, 98–101.

  2004: Discovering an 18th Century Text. Aranka György: Anglus és Magyar igazgatásnak egyben-vetése. In: Egyed Emese: Aranka György gyűjteménye I. Az emberarcú intézmény – Tanulmányok Aranka György köréből/Aranka György Collection I. The Institution with Human Face – Studies Related to Aranka György/, Erdélyi Tudományos Füzetek, nr. 249.

  2002:  Dear Unknown, Helikon 2002/8, 18.

 

 

 

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