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Conferences


Invited Lecture

  • ‘From aequivocatio to jesuitical equivocation: The changing concepts of ambiguity’: Invited lecture at the Aspects of Ambiguity Research Groups’s seminar series, hosted by the English Department of the University of Tübingen, January 2012.

Conference Papers

  • ‘ “look like the innocent flower, / But be the serpent under’t”: The Macbeths and other Monsters’: 11th Conference of the Hungarian Society for the Study of English, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, January 2013.
  • Participant at the Roundtable discussion ‘Historicism versus Presentism: Dealing with the Past and the Present in Early Modern Studies’: The 8th Annual Postgraduate Symposium, Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick, June 2012.
  • “‘Tongue far from heart’: Disguises, Lies and Casuistry in Measure for Measure”: Hospitable Text. Notre Dame University, London, Paper discussed in the “Shakespeare and Faith” seminar, 2011 July.
  • “‘Tongue far from heart’: Disguises, Lies and Casuistry in Measure for Measure”: The 7th Annual Postgraduate Symposium, Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick, 2011 June.
  • “‘Tongue far from heart’: Álcák, hazugságok és kazuisztika a Szeget szeggelben” (In Hungarian): Jágónak III: Biannual Shakespeare Conference at the University of Szeged, 2011 June.
  • “‘The one single story falls to 1956 pieces’: Papp & Térey’s Kazamaták and the Memories of the Revolution of 1956”: Cultural Memory and Literature: An international conference of the British Literature in the Hungarian Cultural Memory research group at the Department of English Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. Co-organiser, 2010 September.
  • British Graduate Shakespeare Conference, The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon (attended), 2010 June.
  • “The dangers of ambiguity in different structures of the public sphere: Ancient rhetoric in 16th century English public discourses”: Conference of the Hungarian Classical Association, Pécs, 2010 May.
  • “Can the ‘juggling of the fiend’ ‘undo us’?: Equivocation in and around Macbeth”: Jágónak II: Biannual Shakespeare Conference at the University of Szeged, 2009 May.
  • “‘how to conceal a truth without making of a lie’ – Shakespeare and Garnet on Equivocation.”: British Graduate Shakespeare Conference, The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, 2009 June.
  • “The ‘speech conceived in adultery’ and the ‘juggling of the fiends’ – Equivocation in Garnet and Shakespeare”: Conference of the Hungarian Society for the Study of English, Pécs, 2009 January.
  • “In what sense did the debate on equivocation influence Macbeth?”: Late Shakespeare: Conference at Trinity College, Dublin, 2008 December.
  • “ ‘Lies like Truth’: Ethical judgment of Equivocation in Early Modern England” (in Hungarian): Graduate Students’ Conference of Eötvös L. University, Faculty of Arts, 2008 June.
  • “Did the Romans Equivocate?” (in Hungarian): Conference of the Hungarian Classical Association, Szeged, 2008 May.