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Gefeliciteerd! Onze studenten op de Landelijke Wetenschappelijke Studentenwedstrijd!

De kindertreinen in het literaire werk van Arjaan van Nimwegen, de kinderboeken van Martine Letterie en de representatie van de Holocaust, en de perceptie ven het Poldernederlands. Met deze thema’s hebben drie van onze masterstudenten, Lexa Berg, Sára Tóth en Levente Erős de derde ronde gehaald van de 35. Landelijke Wetenschappelijke Studentenwedstrijd en presenteerden daar hun onderzoek met schitterende resultaten! Van harte gefeliciteerd, we zijn zeer trots op jullie!

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OT-NEM-101 Introduction to Literature (Az irodalomtudomány alapjai)

Course code: OT–NEM–101

Course name: Introduction to Literature

Time and location: Tuesday 14:00–15:30, Building I. 2nd floor/228 (Bence György Lecture Hall) (BI–228)

Credits: 3

Semester: BA1

Language: English

Type of grade: lecture

Hours/week: 2

Teachers: Dr. Zsófia Domsa, Dr. Orsolya Réthelyi, Dr. Janina Vesztergom

Requirements and assessment: end-of-term written exam

Aims and objectives: The aim of this course is to introduce terms and methods students will need in discussing literature. The definitions of the terms used at the lectures come from various handbooks to literary studies and dictionaries of literary terms. The literary examples come from all over the field of Dutch, Scandinavian and English literature.

Course material:

  • Handouts & PPTs. Available online.
  • Baldick, Chris. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. Available online.
  • Cuddon, J.A. A Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. Available online.

Course calendar

Week

Date

Topic

1.

12 February

Introduction, Internet Resources, Literary Research Tools

2.

19 February

Writing About Literature –Literary Studies as a Discipline, Making Sense of a Text

3.

26 February

Literary Genres

4.

5 March

Figures of Speech

5.

12 March

Poetry–Sound Patterning

6.

19 March

Drama–Changing Historical Context

7.

26 March

Drama–Routine, Conflict, Status Games

8.

2 March

Fiction–Story, Plot, Narrative Voice

9.

9 April

Fiction–Genres of Narrative fiction

10.

16 April

Literary Theory–Cultural Memory, Postcolonial Studies

11.

23 April

Spring break

12.

30 April

Literary Theory–Gender Studies

13.

7 May

Interdisciplinary Approach to The Study of Literature

14.

14 May

Translation Studies, Adaptation Theory

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Oktatók / Medewerkers

Nagy Roland

Nagy Roland

Adjunktus / Universitair docent / Assistant Professor
Simonfi Eszter

Simonfi Eszter

Tanársegéd / Universitair docent / Assistant lecturer
Gera Judit

Gera Judit

Professzor emerita / Professor emerita / Professor emerita
Michaela Bos

Michaela Bos

Lektor / Lector / Lector
Rethelyi Orsolya

Rethelyi Orsolya

Tanszékvezető, habilitált docens / Vakgroepshoofd, universitair hoofddocent / Head of Department, Associate Professor
Varga Orsolya

Varga Orsolya

Adjunktus / Universitair docent / Assistant Professor
Vesztergom Janina

Vesztergom Janina

Tanársegéd / Universitair docent / Assistant Lecturer
Gracza Krisztina

Gracza Krisztina

Tudományos munkatárs / Wetenschappelijke medewerker / Assistant research fellow
Martine Bijvoet

Martine Bijvoet

Nyelvtanár / Taaldocent / Language Teacher