Thursday, 29 December
530. Transnationalism, Postcolonialism, and Hungarian Identities
3:30–4:45 p.m., Grant, Washington Hilton
Program arranged by the Discussion Group on Hungarian Literature
Presiding: Enikö Molnár Basa, Library of Congress
1. “Contesting the National Paradigm: Multiple Cultural Identity in the Literatures of Central Europe,” Thomas Cooper, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
2. “Multiple CultuRepresentations of New Hungarian Identity in Ibolya Fekete’s Chico (2001),” Gabriella Kecskes, Temple Univ.
3. “Consummate Transnationalism: Hungarian DPs (Displaced Persons) and the Search for Identity in the Poetry of Gyorgy Gyekenyesi (1932–73),” Katherine Mary Gatto, John Carroll Univ.
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