The Hungarian Society for the Study of English (HUSSE) is organising its 12th Biennial Conference at the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen, Hungary on 29–31 January 2015
The conference organisers invited participants from Hungary and abroad to submit proposals for panels, workshops and 20-minute presentations in all fields of English Studies
Language: English is the working language of the conference (except in some cases of Hungarian concern)
The conference will welcome more than two hundred participants from thirty-one institutions in thirteen countries on three continents. There will be four plenary lectures and almost one hundred and ninety paper presentations in eight parallel sessions. The topics will cover the entirety of English studies in the broadest sense of the word.
For detailed conference information, visit our programme page
Contact: in matters other than registration, abstract submission and information provided on this website feel free to contact the organising team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
About HUSSE: Formed in 1993, the Hungarian Society for the Study of English (HUSSE) is the most significant scholarly society in Hungary devoted to the promotion and cultivation of English studies, in its versatile interdisciplinarity, ranging from literature through history to linguistics, from film studies through cultural studies to drama studies, and from British Studies through Irish, Canadian and Australian Studies to American Studies. The Society aims at disseminating the most recent developments in scholarship by providing a space for its members to present their research results at conferences and in publications, while it also forms a scholarly body of more than one hundred and eighty members, thus creating a supportive community both for its upcoming junior and established senior members to launch stimulating and invigorating dialogues in the best spirit of intellectual exchange which all parties can only profit from. HUSSE is a member association of the European Society for the Study of English (ESSE).