1. Degrees
Ph.D. in American literature and culture (summa cum laude) (2000)
        University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary
M.A. in English, American and Altaic Stud­ies (1989)
        Attila József Univer­sity, Szeged, Hungary
Certificate in Teaching English as a Sec­ond Lan­guage (1989)
        Portland State University, Port­land, Orego­n, USA
2. Employment
Department of American Studies, Univ­ersit­y of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary (1989-)
        Associate Professor of American Studies
Hungarian Studies, Attila József Univer­sity, Szeged, Hungary (1989-98)
        guest instructor of Hungar­ian as a Second Lan­guage
Department of Foreign Languages, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, USA (1988, 1989, 1991)
        guest professor of Hun­garian language and culture

3. Current Administrative Responsibilities
Deputy director, Institute of English and American Studies, University of Szeged (2009-)
Chair, Curriculum Committee, Institute of English and American Studies, University of Szeged (2010-)
Coordinator, Kellner Foundation Scholarship, Faculty of Arts, University of Szeged (2004-)
4. Grants and Projects
TAMOP, Hungarian Ministry of Education (2010-2012)
        Gender Studies Research Group (researcher)
 Athena 4, European Commission (2010)
 LINEE, European Commission (2007-2010)
        WP 3a: “Politics and Strategies of Identity in Multicultural European Cities” (researcher)
        Gender Task Force (member)
Library Research Support Grant (2006)
        Harvard University, Cambridge, US
HEFOP 2005, Hungarian Ministry of Education (2005-2006)
        Netting America: Introduction to American Culture and Literature (e-book),
 STELLA within the Minerva/Socrates Program, European Commission (2005)
        (program evaluator)
USIS-Fulbright Summer Institute Fellowship: American Religion and History (1997)
        New York University, New York, NY, US
 FEFA Study Trip (1994)
        George Washington University, Washington, DC, US
TEMPUS Mobility Program (1992)
        University of Sussex, Brighton, GB
5. Memberships
American Studies Association, US (1997-)
European Society for the Study of English (1993-)
European Association for American Studies (1993-)
Hungarian Society for the Study of English (1992-)
Hungarian Association for American Studies (1992-)

6. Languages
English advanced (1989, MA)
Turkish advanced (1989, MA)
German intermediate (2000, ORIGO State Language Exam)