Dr. Eglantina Remport
I received an MA in English Literature with Irish Specialization at the School of English and American Studies (SEAS), Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest. I was awarded a Ph.D. in English (Irish Literature) at the School of English, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland. I am an award holder of the Hungarian Scholarship Committee at University College Dublin (2001), Ireland, and the recipient of a Government of Northern Ireland Ph.D. research scholarship at Queen's University Belfast (2004-2008). I have been teaching at SEAS ELTE since 2010, and served as Head of the Student Research Group (TDK) at DES between 2011 and 2017. I was on the Student Research Committee of the Faculty of Humanities, Eötvös Loránd University between 2012 and 2016. I have supervised many BA and MA thesis and I am currently supervising a doctoral thesis on contemporary Irish women's poetry. I am a founding member of the Budapest Centre for Irish Studies (BCIS); Board Member of the European Federation of Associations and Centres of Irish Studies (EFACIS) and founding member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the Nineteenth-Century Studies Association (NCSA/US).
My main research interest is the period of the Irish Literary Revival (1880-1930), particularly Lady Gregory and the drama of the Abbey Theatre. I am interested in the intersections between the visual arts, literature and politics. I have published a book and numerous articles on this chapter of Ireland's cultural history. I also teach and research film adaptations of Irish literary works and historical events, using postcolonial, adaptation and gender theories. Over the years, I have organised many conferences and workshops, including the Yeats 150 Conference (2015) and the events of the Researchers' Night (2013 and 2015). I am currently working on a new book-length study on the Irish Revival.
- Lady Gregory and Irish National Theatre: Art, Drama, Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
- "Theatre and the Visual Arts: Lady Gregory and Flann O’Brien." Acting Out: Flann O’Brien and the Theatre. Ed. Paul Fagan and Dieter Fuchs. Cork: Cork University Press, 2021. (forthcoming)
- "The Stones of Venice: Lady Augusta Gregory and John Ruskin." John Ruskin's Europe: A Collection of Cross-Cultural Essays. Ed. Emma Sdegno, Martina Frank, Myriam Pilutti Namer, and Pierre-Henry Frangne. Venice: Edizioni Ca’ Foscari, 2020. 283-296.
- "Edward Gordon Craig and W. B. Yeats, 1901–1911: Engaging Turner, Ruskin, Wagner and Appia." Irish Studies Review 28.1 (2020): 94-114.
- "Marxist Utopianism and Modern Irish Drama, 1884-1904: William Morris, W. B. Yeats and G. B. Shaw", Utopian Horizons: Ideology, Politics, Literature. Ed. Zsolt Czigányik. Budapest: CEU Press, 2017. 119-142.
- "Sir William Gregory and the Buddhist Manuscripts of Ceylon (Sri Lanka)." "Rediscovery": Nineteenth-Century Studies Association (NCSA), online conference, 2021.
- "'Making a play': Lady Gregory, Playwriting & the Camera Obscura." Stage Irish: 12th EFACIS Conference, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2019.
- "Lady Gregory’s Sicilian Summer & the Cultural Politics of the Abbey Theatre." Plenary lecture and book launch, VCIS Irish Studies Summer School, University of Vienna, 2018.
- "Patrick Pearse and the Hungarian Language Movement." Invited speaker, Easter 1916 Commemorative Symposium, University of Notre Dame and Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary, 2016.
- "History in the Making: Neil Jordan’s Michael Collins (1996)." Invited speaker, The Reel Eye: Film Festival and Workshop, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, 2019.
- English Literature, 1890-1960
- E.M. Forster and the Modern Novel
- Irish Literature, 1800-2020
- Oscar Wilde and G.B.Shaw
- Irish Film and Literature
- Irish Literature
- Ireland on Film
- English Literature, 1890-1960s
- Irish Literature
- Twentieth and Twenty-First-Century Irish Literature