Space and Emotion in Contemporary Literature


The Institution of English and American Studies invites everyone to a special mini-conference of their MA students.

Date: 5th and 12th of December

Venue: Room 111. main building of the university (1. Egyetem square)


5th of December (Tuesday)

16.00-16.20: Eszter Gebri and Gergő Tóth: “Flaneuristic Perception of Emotions”
16.20-16.30: discussion
16.30- 16.50: Shrimoyee Chattodpadhay and Dávid Kőrösi: “We are the people you do not see”: (In)visibility, Space and Emotion in Dirty Pretty Things”
16.50-17.00: discussion
17.00-17.20: Dorina Horváth and Réka Németh: “Open Univer-City: Through the Eyes of the Flaneur”
17.20-17.30 discussion

12th of December (Tuesday)

16.00-16.30: Malou Kürpick and Flóra Bajnay: “(Re)Constructing History: Emotion and Discourse at the Site of the Memorial for the Victims of the German Occupation”
16.30-16.45: discussion
16.45-17.15: Réka Kovács and Petra Visnyei: “Affected Bodies and Animated Nature: Biopolitics and Ethics in Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke”
17.15-17.30 discussion

The session is part of the “Space and Emotion in Contemporary Literature” course.


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