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Enikő Bollobás

ENIKŐ BOLLOBÁS is professor of literature at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, and corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Letters and Sciences. Her books include monographs on the poets Charles Olson (Twayne, 1992) and Emily Dickinson (Balassi, 2015), two histories of American literature (Osiris, 2005 and 2015), and two theoretical inquiries into performativity and subjectivity (Peter Lang, 2010; Balassi, 2015). Her scholarly studies, totaling over two hundred, have appeared in international scholarly journals, among them, American Quarterly, Arcade, The Emily Dickinson Journal, Hungarian Cultural Studies, Journal of Pragmatics, Language and Style, Modern Philology, Paideuma, and Word and Image.

On the Common Roots of Pennsylvanian and Hungarian Anabaptism
15 September 2012

János Xántus, the 19th Century Naturalist
1 March 2012

Hungarian Plays from Transylvania
18 November 2011

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