Dr. Ruth Karin Lévai

Title: Assistant Professor

Qualifications: French and German Language and Literature (BA), Pepperdine University; Russian philology, specializing in literature (MA), Lomonosov State University of Moscow;  Comparative Literature (Ph.D.), ELTE

Office: A/6, room 3

Office hours: Thurs. 4-5pm or consultation by appointment on Zoom, Skype, Google Meet or Messenger

Fall Schedule

E-mail: ruthkarinlevai@gmail.com, ruth.karin.levai@uni-miskolc.hu

Academic interests: comparative literature, German, French, Russian, Dostoevsky

Curriculum vitae   MTMT

Research Gate profile

Courses

Autobiographical Narratives

American Film

British Film

English Lit IV

Modernist Arts and Literature/English Lit III

Language and Stylistics

Szemelvények a német irodalomból

Translation

English Literature I (Middle Ages, Renaissance)

Literatur und Intermedialität

Literature & Language Teaching

Literature and Language Teaching II

Romantic Literature and Culture

Intercultural Communication and Perspectives

Német-Magyar Fordítástechnika

Integrated Skills

Contrastive Country Studies

Language, Thought and Culture

Great resources (free ebooks, etc.)

Gutenberg project

Internet Archive

Publications

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13617427.2015.1119454

https://www.oik.hu/web/guest/rendezveny/-/hir/shakespearetanulmanykotet-bemutato-238968

https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb/vol18/iss1/

http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/014833310505500115

Review of Robert Guay’s Dostoevsky’s Crime & Punishment Philosophical Perspectives

Comparative Critical Studies, Volume 18, Issue 2-3 October 2021

Personal space

Dostoyevsky’s Empathy

Turkish Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk: On Teaching Your Own Novels

British Comparative Literature Association

John Dryden Translation Competition for students

Arthur Terry Postgraduate Essay Competition

International Dostoevsky Society

The Importance of the Humanities

On Reading Russian Literature

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