Literature and Culture

Teri Szűcs

Critic, literary historian, translator. She received her PhD in Aesthetics from ELTE BTK in 2009. Her monograph on the Hungarian literature of the Holocaust (The History of Forgetting – The Witness of the Holocaust in Literary Works) was published in 2011. She is a regular contributor of Beszélő, Jelenkor, Kalligram, Vigilia and other literary monthlies. Her fields of interest are contemporary Hungarian literature, the representations of the body in literary works, gender studies, post-Holocaust theology. Currently she is conducting a research on the artistic representations of solidarity. Szűcs also worked as a counsellor and a social worker for several years, and published two volumes of interviews with recovered addicts. She has been organizing a course in restorative community mediation between Roma and non-Roma residents in a village in Pest county.
A felejtés története: A Holokauszt tanúsága irodalmi művekben
Az emlékezés formái két regényben
Novellába illő sors?
Antianyag gyilkosoknak
Ama szerelmes nagy napon
Ellenszó és “hazátlan szó”
Ez mind mind mi leszünk egykor


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