Lenke Németh

Lenke Németh, Associate Professor of American Studies and Associate Editor of HJEAS, University of Debrecen, offers courses in American drama, American literary history, and the history of American art. Her academic interests include postmodernism in American drama, drama theory, post-multicultural drama, as well as Chicana/o and transnational studies.

She has published widely in journals such as Filológiai Közlöny, Hungarian Journal of English, Focus: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies, Eger Journal of English, Studia Litteraria, British and American Studies; in edited books Intertextuality, Intersubjectivity, and Narrative Identity (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017), Arthur Miller öröksége: Centenáriumi írások műveiről [Heritage of Arthur Miller: centenary essays about his works] (Americana ebooks, 2015), A Fattyú művészet nyomában: Írások amerikai drámáról és színházról [Beyond the bastard art. Essays on American drama and theatre] (Americana ebooks, 2012), Staging Interculturality. Contemporary Drama in English (Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2010), Theoretical Approaches to Dialogue Analysis (Niemeyer, 2007), Dialogue in Literature and the Media (Niemeyer, 2005). She has published a book on David Mamet, All It Is, It’s a Carnival: Reading David Mamet’s Female Characterss with Bakthin (Kossuth Egyetemi Kiadó, 2007).

Currently, she is working on a book-length study entitled “Race, Gender, and Experimentalism in American Drama After 1960.”

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