Nagy, Judit

Nagy, Judit

Title: PhD
Gender: F
Year of Birth: 1970
Place of Birth (Country): Hungary
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Office Phone Number: +36-1-483-2885

Doctoral Studies
Year of Doctoral Defence (PhD): 2009
Discipline: Literature (Modern American Literature)
Title of Thesis: But A Few Acres of Snow? Weather Images in Canadian Short Prose 1945-2000
Issuing Institution: Eötvös Loránd University

MA Studies
Year of Obtaining the MA Degree: 2001
Discipline(s): English Language and Literature with ESL qualification
Canadian Studies Program
Issuing Institution: Eötvös Loránd University

Further Studies and Qualifications

Institution Qualification Year of Obtaining the Qualification
Eötvös Loránd University MSc in Mathematics 1999
Eötvös Loránd University BA in English Studies, BSc in Mathematics and BEd 1994
     

Employment
Current Employer: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities
Institute: Institute of English Studies
Department: Department of English Linguistics
Current Position(s): senior lecturer/ adjunct professor

Other Previous Employers: Canadian Embassy, Budapest
Other Previous Positions Held: Education expert and Teach Canada! Coordinator (part time)

Other Previous Employers: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Other Previous Positions Held: Lecturer (part time)

Other Previous Employers: Raoul Wallenberg High School
Other Previous Positions Held: teacher of English (part time)

Previous Employer: Balassa János High School/ Humán High School
Previous Position Held: teacher of English and mathematics, head of the foreign languages section, international exchange programme coordinator (full time)

Other Previous Employers: Ministry of Education
Other Previous Positions Held: guide and interpreter (part time)

Other Previous Employers: London Stúdió Language School, KPVDSz
Other Previous Positions Held: teacher of English (part time)


Areas of Research and Teaching

Linguistics (metaphor)

Applied Linguistics (speaking and writing skills, teaching vocabulary, teaching material development)

Canadian Studies (East Asian minorities in Canada, Nature and the Environment in Canadian Short Prose, the Future of Canadian Studies)

Membership in Research Groups and Projects

Canada in the English Classroom Research Group, coordinator (Judit Nagy, Mátyás Bánhegyi, Dóra Bernhardt and Albert Rau (University of Bonn and University of Cologne)

Educational Functions, Curriculum Development and Other
Teaching-Related Activities

Period Function or Activity
1996- preparation and development of teaching and course materials for BA and MA-level courses
2002- author of preparatory books for BA and MA level language exams
2002- coordinator of the Canada Center of Károli Gáspár University 
2005- participation in the development and preparation of BA-level programme and the related accreditation materials
   

Language Skills

Language Level and Kind of Proficiency
English C2 (written and oral skills)
French B2 (written and oral skills)
German B2 (written skills)
Dutch B1 (written skills)
Korean A2 (written skills)

Honours, Distinctions, and Prizes

Name of Distinction Issuing Institution Year of Issuing
CEACS Certificate of Merit CEACS 2012
Rector’s Certificate of Merit Károli Gáspár University of the Hungarian Reformed Church 2012
     

Membership in Academic Societies

Name of Organization Function (if any)
IATEFL Hungary member
CEACS member
IASA member
HUSSE member

Guest Professorships and Research Fellowships in Foreign
Institutions

Period Institution Activities
     
     
     
     
     

Promotorship in Doctoral Studies

Name of
Doctoral Student,
Institution
Research Topic / Title of Dissertation Year of Defence
(if applicable)
     
     
     
     

Opponentship in Doctoral Defences

Name of
Doctoral Student,
Institution
Title of Dissertation Year of Defence
     
     
     
     

 

List of Publications

Monographs

Nagy J. 1997. Babysitting and Daycare. Budapest: Balassa János High School.

Nagy J., Száraz I. 1998. Health. Budapest: Balassa János High School.

Edited Books and Journals

Pákozdi M., Kiricsi Á., Nagy J. (Eds.) 2009 Norwegian-Hungarian Cultural Reader. Karád: K-A Press.

Nagy J., Bánhegyi M., Bernhardt D., Rau A. (Eds.) 2011. Canadian-German-Hungarian Reader. Pomáz: Comenius Kiadó. 

Bánhegyi M., Nagy J., Bernhardt D., Rau A. (Eds.) 2012. A Cultural Reader on Aboriginal Perspectives in Canada. Budapest: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary.

Chapters in Books

Nagy J., Bánhegyi M., Bernhardt D., Pákozdi M. 2002. In: Bánhegyi M. (Ed.) Five Years of the Basic Exam. Budapest: KRE/BTK. 28-30, 56-60.

Nagy J., Bánhegyi M., Bernhardt D., Pákozdi M. 2004. In: Bánhegyi M. (Ed.) Six Years of the Basic Exam. Budapest: KRE/BTK. 30-32, 58-62, 123-125.

Nagy J., Bánhegyi M., Bernhardt D., Pákozdi M. 2006. In: Bánhegyi M. (Ed.) Practice Tests for the Basic Exam. Budapest: Ráday Könyvesház. 153-160.

Nagy J. 2011. Canadian-German-Hungarian Cultural Reader. Chapters: 13 and 28. Nagy J., Bánhegyi M., Bernhardt D., Rau A. (Eds.) Canadian-German-Hungarian Reader. Pomáz: Comenius Kiadó. 

Nagy J. 2012. A Cultural Reader on Aboriginal Perspectives in Canada. Chapters 14, 33 and 35. Bánhegyi M., Nagy J., Bernhardt D., Rau A. (Eds.) A Cultural Reader on Aboriginal Perspectives in Canada. Budapest: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary.

Articles in Academic Reviews (Printed and Electronic)

Nagy J. 2006. Time and Place Weathered – Temporally and Regionally Determined Interpretations of The Weather Idiom. In: Paluszkiewicz, Magdalena (Ed.) Place and Memory in Canada – Global Perspectives. Krakow: Polska Akademia Umiejętności. 343-351.

Nagy J. 2009. Canadian Metaphors of Weather We Live by In: Molnár Judit (szerk.) Canada in the European Mind, Europe in the Canadian Mind. Brno: Masaryk University. 189-200.

Nagy J. 2010. Cultural Encounters on the Canvas. Vol. X (2007) Eger: EKTF. 130-143.

Nagy J. 2010. The Storms of Moby Dick. In: Borbély J.- Czigányik Zsolt (eds.) A tűnődések valósága – The Reality of Ruminations. Budapest: L’Harmattan. 124-140.

Nagy J., Bánhegyi M., Kiricsi Á. 2010. Materials for Sustainable Development through CLIL. Online: www.clil-magyarország.5mp.eu

Nagy J. 2011. Metaphors of Weather in Canadian Short Prose In: Brno Studies in English Vol. 37, No 1, 2011. 97-111.

Bánhegyi M., Nagy J. 2011. The Canadian-German-Hungarian Cultural Reader: A Tricultural Empoverment. In: MeltingPot Vol. 15. No 12. 6-12.

Bánhegyi M., Nagy J. 2011. Transatlantic Intercultural Encounters: The Canadian-German-Hungarian Cultural Reader Project. In: Global Management Journal Vol. 3, No 1, 2 /2011. 30-36.

Nagy J. 2012. Metaphors of Belonging and Not Belonging in Canadian Ethnic Writers’ Short Stories. In: Identity-building in the English-speaking World: Selected Readings Kodó K., Jakabfi A., Richter B. (Eds.) Saarbrücken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. 131-148.

Nagy J. 2012. Európa mint identitás. A hovatartozás metaforái európai származású, Kanadában élő írók műveiben. In: Studia Caroliensia 2011. Sepsi, E. (Ed.) Budapest: Károli Gáspár University- L’Harmattan. 211–228.

Nagy J. 2012. Ethnic Canadian Short Fictional Metaphors of Belonging and Not Belonging That Do Not Belong. Freeside Europe - Canadiana Special Issue of 2012.

Bánhegyi M., Nagy J. 2012. Canadian Studies for the High School: The Canadian-German-Hungarian Cultural Reader. Freeside Europe - Canadiana Special Issue of 2012.

Nagy J. 2012. Images of Storm in Melville’s Moby-Dick. American Studies 35-1 (2012) Seoul: Seoul National University. 191-217.

Nagy J. 2012. Metaphors of Acculturation in Canadian Ethnic Writers of European Origin. In: Contemporary Canadian Literature in English: European Perspectives. Ed. Zetu, Dragos. Iași: A. I. Cuza University of Iași Press. 159-171.

Nagy J. 2012. The Use of Weather Images by Canadian Ethnic Short Story Writers. Central European Journal of Canadian Studies. Vol. 8. 45–53.

Nagy J. 2012. Metaphors of Acculturation in Literature by Korean Canadians. Asian Journal of Canadian Studies Vol. 18 (2012) 79-93.

Conference Proceedings (Printed and Electronic)

Bánhegyi M., Nagy J. 2011. The Canadian-German-Hungarian Cultural Reader Project. Lingua 2011: Szaknyelvoktatás és multikulturalitás. 242–247.

Book Reviews

 

Translations

 

Creative Writing

Nagy J. 21st-century Whale. In: Borbély J.- Czigányik Zsolt (eds.) A tűnődések valósága – The Reality of Ruminations. Budapest: L’Harmattan. 55.

Films and Multimedia (Digital Textbooks, Multimedia Creations etc.)

Discography

Nagy J., Bánhegyi M. 2007. Teach Canada! 2.0 Resource CD for Secondary School Teachers of EFL. Budapest: Embassy of Canada in Hungary.

Organisation of Conferences

Indigenous Perspectives of North America (Budapest: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary and Eötvös Loránd University, March 8-10, 2012.)

Academic and public Appearances (Live and Electronic)

Newspapers in Language Teaching (1999) Budapest. 8th Macmillan Methodology Conference. Macmillan Hungary. Workshop. April 13th. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Games and Headway (1999) Budapest. OUP Methodology Conference. OUP Hungary. Workshop. April 20th. 

Slang in the English Classroom (1999) Budapest. Longman Methodology Conference. Longman Hungary. Workshop. September 2nd. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

A szövegértéssel kapcsolatos feladatok megoldási stratégiái (1999) Budapest. 2nd Methodology Conference. Nyelvtanárok Szakmai Egyesülete. November 5th. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Idioms for the Teacher-in-the-street (2000) Budapest. 9th Macmillan Methodology Conference. Macmillan Hungary. Workshop. April 10th. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Project Work (2001) Budapest. 3rd Methodology Conference. Nyelvtanárok Szakmai Egyesülete. Workshop. May 4th. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

A projektmunka mint a szókincstanítás és gyakorlás hatékony eszköze (2002) Budapest. Words, Words, Words OUP Methodology Conference. OUP Hungary. Workshop. April 18-19th. 

The Significance of Weather Images in Modern Canadian Short Story Writing (2002) Debrecen. Canada in the European Mind I”- International Conference. University of Debrecen. October 26-28th.

Regionally Determined Interpretations of Canadian Literary Weather (2004) Krakow, Poland. „Place and Memory”: CEACS 3rd Congress and Conference. Jagello University. April 30th – May 2nd.

Canadian Landscape Painting and the European Artist (2004) Debrecen. Canada in the European Mind International Conference. University of Debrecen. October 28-30th.

Kanada stúdiumok a Károli Gáspár Református Egyetemen (2005) Budapest. 25 Years of Canadian Studies in Hungary. Embassy of Canada. April 16-17th.

But a Few Acres of Snow? -- Weather Images in Modern Canadian Short Prose (2005) Ottawa, Canada. Canada and the Americas. 2nd IASA Congress and Conference. University of Ottawa. August 18-20th.

The 1995 Quebec Referendum and the Media- An Analysis of Lucien Bouchard's and Jean Chrétien's October 25th Speech (2005) London, UK. Separatism in Canada. Institute of Commonwealth Studies és a London Conference of Canadian Studies. November 4-5. With Agapé Szkárosi.

Teaching Canadian Culture in Hungarian High Schools (2005) Budapest. Szakmai napok. Fővárosi Pedagógiai Intézet (Budapest Institute of Pedagogy). November 15th. Workshop.

Canadian Christmas Activities (2005) Budapest. Oxford University Press Christmas Conference. OUP Hungary. Workshop. December 14th. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Preparing Your Own New Headway Intermediate (2006) Budapest. Oxford University Press Headway konferencia. OUP Hungary. Workshop. March 25th. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Using CLIL Methodology through Canadian Sources (2006) Budapest. ARION Conference. KRE. Workshop. May 12th. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Canadian Metaphors of Weather We Live by (2006) Debrecen. A CEACS 4th International Congress and Conference. University of Debrecen. October 24-26th. 

Canadian Festivals and Holidays (2006) Budapest. Oxford University Press Christmas Conference. OUP Hungary. December 3rd. Workshop. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Canada in the English Classroom (2007) Grainau, Germany. 28th Annual Conference of the GKS. GKS. Workshop. February 16-18th. With Albert Rau and Mátyás Bánhegyi.

ICT in Language Teaching: Canada on the Internet- CLIL Methodology through Canadian Sources (2007). Budapest. ICT in Language Teaching. Ministry of Education. March 3rd. Workshop. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Teaching Canadian Culture at High School Level. (2007) Veszprém. Canada Day Conference. Pannon Egyetem (BTK). April 16th. With: Mátyás Bánhegyi.

A kanadai kultúra középiskolai tanításának kihívásai. (2008). Eger. Canada 4 U Conference. Eszterházy Károly Teacher Training College. November 6th.

Canadian Holidays and Festivals – A Topic for the Classroom. (2008). Vienna. Sprachen erleben – Europa verstehen Methodology Conference. Pädagogische Hochschule Wien. Workshop. February 1-2. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Teaching Material Development – Canada on the Web. (2008) Vienna. Sprachen erleben – Europa verstehen Methodology Conference. Pädagogische Hochschule Wien. Workshop. February 1-2. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Teaching Canada Using Web-based Materials.(2008). Budapest. Macmillan Conference. Macmillan Hungary. Workshop. March 26th. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Getting Students to Speak. (2009). Budapest. Macmillan Conference. Macmillan Hungary. Workshop. April 25th. With: Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Canadian Metahpors of Weather.(2010) Brno, Czech Republic. Diversification and its Discontents – 9. CZASE International Conference. February 4-6.

Sustainable Development and CLIL Methodology Developing health and environment consciousness (with a special focus on Ambroisa Artemisiifolia) with the method of Content and Langauge Integrated Learning. (2010) Budapest. Conference. Workshop. February 25th. With: Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Introducing the Canadian-German-Hungarian Cultural Reader. (2011) Budapest. Országos Idegennyelvű Könyvtár Understanding Canada. Workshop. March 4th. With: Mátyás Bánhegyi, Dóra Bernhardt, Albert Rau.

The Canadian-German-Hungarian Reader. (2011) Budapest. Multilingualism in Europe International Conference. March 26th.

The Canadian-German-Hungarian Cultural Reader Project. (2011) Budapest. Szaknyelvoktatás és Multikulturalitás International Conference. April 28-29th.

Metaphors of Belonging and Not Belonging in Canadian Ethnic Writers’ Short Sories. (2011). Siófok. Identity-building in the English-speaking World International Conference. April 28-30th.

The Canadian-German-Hungarian Cultural Reader: A Tricultural Empoverment (2011) Budapest. IATEFL Hungary Conference. Oct 7-9th. With Mátyás Bánhegyi.

Introducing the Cultural Reader on Aboriginal Perspectives in Canada. (2012). Budapest. Indigenous Perspectives of North America International Conference. March 9th. With: Mátyás Bánhegyi, Dóra Bernhardt, Albert Rau. 

Materials on Canadian Natives for the Upper Primary and Secondary English Classroom. (2012) Budapest. Indigenous Perspectives of North America International Conference. March 9th. With: Mátyás Bánhegyi. 

Canadian-American Relations in the Light of Northrop Frye's ‘Sharing the Continent’. (2012) Budapest. Northrop Frye 100: A Danubian Perspective. September 7th.

Inspired by Aboriginals: A Cultural Reader on Aboriginal Perspectives in Canada. (2012) Eger. Inspired. IATEFL Hungary International Conference. October 5th. With: Mátyás Bánhegyi

Metaphors of Acculturation in Contemporary Korean-Canadian Short Fiction. (2012) Bratislava. Democracy, Diversity, Dignity – the Canadian Space - 6th Triennial Conference and Congress of CEACS. Bratislava, October 12th.

A Cultural Reader on Aboriginal Perspectives –A Project on Culture-related Teaching Material Development. (2012) Budapest. SZOKOE 12th International Conference. November 23rd. With: Mátyás Bánhegyi

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