|Department of Dutch Studies at Eötvös University|
Since 2006 the BA program has been implemented. BA studies take three years. After having written a thesis and having taken a final exam at the end of the third year the student obtains a BA degree in Dutch language and literature.
Dutch Studies can be also studied as a minor subject.
The MA program - a study of two years - has been implemented since September 2009.
Teachers' training MA is under proces of accreditation.
The following subjects are given in the frame of the Dutch Studies Program:
The staff of the department is doing research work as well. Dr. Erzsébet Mollay does research work on the theoretical aspects of lexicography. Dr. Judit Gera is doing comparative research in the field of Dutch art and literature. She is also engaged in cultural analysis. Dr. Krisztina Törő's special research field is the Belgian literature of immigration. Dr. Orsolya Réthelyi has written her dissertation on Mary of Hungary (1505-1558) and the queen’s court. She is presently working on the relation and literary production of the court and the towns in the early modern period. Dr. Orsolya Varga is doing research in comparative history of translations. Drs. Roland Nagy is writing his thesis on Dutch phonetics.
Papers in Dutch Studies is a publication series published by the department. This is one of the fora where the staff is publishing its scientific results. Publications and translations are also published in literary and cultural periodicals and journals and also in book form.
Dutch literature is by now a course in the program of the PhD school for Literature at Eötvös University. The Department of Dutch Studies has got PhD students both in he field of modern literature and linguistics.
The Department of Dutch Studies runs an electronic mailing list called Dutchlist. Dutchlist is intended to facilitate person-to-person networking, exchange and dissemination of information for all who are interested in Dutch Studies, Flemish and Dutch cultural events in Hungary.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 January 2013 22:51|