Ruth Karin Lévai

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Title: Native Speaker English Lecturer

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

Office: A/6, room 3

Office hours: Mon. 4-5pm, Tues. 2-3pm, Thurs. 1-2pm or consultation by appointment on Zoom, Skype or Messenger

Fall Schedule

E-mail: ruthkarinlevai@gmail.com, nyeruth@uni-miskolc.hu

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

Curriculum vitae   MTMT

Research Gate profile

Courses

American 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

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

 

Personal space

Dostoyevsky’s Empathy

Turkish Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk: On Teaching Your Own Novels

British Comparative Literature Association

International Dostoevsky Society

The Importance of the Humanities

On Reading Russian Literature

 

 

 

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