Publications of Members in 2019:

Molnár, István János. Sainte-Marie among the Hurons. A jezsuiták erődített missziója. Várak, Kastélyok, Templomok. 2019. évkönyv. 230-233.

Molnár, Judit. The Psycho-Spatial Continuum in Cockroach. In: Beirut to Carnival City. (Reading Rawi Hage). Ed. Krzysztof Majer. Leiden and Boston: Brill an and Rodopi. 2020. 75-83.


Ongoing research projects:

  • Cultural Reader Series – Mátyás Bánhegyi
  • Marshall McLuhan, Walter Ong – Dóra Bernhardt
  • Shifting emphasis and indigenization in the self-portraits and autobiographical pieces by contemporary blended heritage visual artists and writers of the Southwest/NM and Métis Canada since the 1960s –  Judit Kádár
  • The Northern myth in Canadian art and poetry, Canadian identities in literature; John Coulter and the mythe of Louis Riel – Krisztina Kodó
  • Hungarian translations of Canadian literature – Fruzsina Kovács
  • Open government initiatives (open data, open standards, open source) – Gábor László
  • Montreal revisited by Anglophone and Allophone writers (city and space), the history of English Canadian literature (in Hungarian) – Judit Molnár
  • History before 1867, birth of Canada – István Molnár
  • Weather Images in Canadain Literaature, East Asian Canadians, Cultural Reader Series – Judit Nagy
  • Transcultural communities; the literature of the  Hungarian and the South-Asian diasporas in Canada – Mária Palla
  • Canada’s – and in a wider sense  North America’s –  (wanted or imposed) role in shaping world politics through legistlation and (true or assumed) power of resources., Centrally directed democracies – North-America, the EU, Socialism and Communism – A global legal-sociological-economic approach., Current-day interpretation of Liberalism vs. Neo-liberalism in a European and global context (a legal-historic and economic approach void of any value-judgement). – Kálmán Richter
  • Canadian Female Gothic Literature, Neo-Gothic Literature, Alice Munro’s Fiction – Andrea Szabó F.
  • Hungarian immigrants in Canada, Sociolinguistic analysis of Hungarian hip hop – Eszter Szabó-Gilinger
  • Hungarians in the Canadian Theatre – Péter Szaffkó
  • Hungarian diaspora literature, Reception of Canadian literature in Hungary – Gertrud Szamosi
  • Kunuk’s movies, Native representations in Hollywood movies – Attila Takács
  • Inuit cultural and religious practices, history of geographic discoveries, exploration of the North – Miklós Vassányi
  • Canadian Studies at Eszterhazy Karoly University of Applied Sciences