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Body memories, body cinema: the politics of multi-sensual counter-memory in György Pálfi’s "Hukkle"

 

György Kalmár

György Kalmár is lecturer at the Department of British Studies of the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen (DE), Hungary. He gained a PhD in philosophy (2003) and one in English (2007) at DE. His main teaching and research areas include literary and cultural theory, film studies, gender studies, and British literature. He has published extensively in the above mentioned fields, mainly in established Hungarian periodicals. He is the author of three books in Hungarian, Szöveg és vágy: Pszichoanalízis, irodalom, dekonstrukció (Anonymus, 2002) (Text and Desire: Psychoanalysis, Literature, Deconstruction), "A nöi test igazsága": Esettanulmányok egy metafora történetéböl Chaucertöl Derridáig (Kalligram, 2012) ("The Truth of the Female Body": The History of a Metaphor from Chaucer to Derrida), and Testek a vásznon: Test, film, szubjektivitás (Debreceni Egyetemi Kiadó, 2012) (Bodies on the Screen: Body, Film, Subjectivity).