Dr. Dósa Attila

Bella Caledonia – Skót irodalmi ismerettár

When Soft Voices – Szöveggyűjtemény az angol romantika korából

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Title: Associate Professor

Qualification: MA  (Debrecen University); PhD (University of St. Andrews)

Office hours: Fridays 11.00-13.00 and by appointment. In the exam term please make an appointment by phone or e-mail beforehand, or you can see me on exam days when the exam is finished

Office: A/6, room 1

Email: aitdosa (at) uni-miskolc.hu

Academic Interests: History of Scottish Literature; Contemporary Irish Poetry; English Poetry in the 20th century

Other positions: Member of Association for Scottish Literary Studies International Committee as International Correspondent; Member of Advisory Board, International Journal of Scottish Literature


My Spring Schedule

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English Literature 1 / Renaissance Literature and Culture

English Literature 2 / Romantic Literature and Culture

English Literature 3 / Modernist Arts and Culture

English Literature 4 / Contemporary British Literature

Introduction to British and American Literature

Multicultural British Literature

Gothic Novel

Scottish Poetry in the 20th century

History of the English Novel

Contemporary British Poetry

Muriel Spark

Hungarian as Foreign Language

Reading and Writing 1

Personal space

My book Beyond Identity: New Horizons in Modern Scottish Poetry was published in Amsterdam at Rodopi in 2009. It contains in-depth interviews with some of Scotland’s foremost poets including Edwin Morgan, Tom Leonard and Kathleen Jamie, and is complete with headnotes and bibliographies. It provides an extensive introduction to some of the main educational, linguistic, political and other concerns that define life in modern Scotland.


I ran a Research Forum workshop at our department between 2004 and 2009. A volume that is the record of the activities of the Forum’s five years was published as part of the Arts Faculty journal series; its full text can be accessed here.

In 2010 one of our visiting professors, Colin Swatridge published a book called A Country Full of Aliens, or, a Briton in Hungary, based on his experience. A Hungarian translation of his book was made at our department under my supervision and was published in Budapest at Corvina in 2011.

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