The page of Domokos, Johanna, English biography
Johanna Domokos (1970).
Dr. Domokos obtained her MAs in Hungarian and English Studies at University of Cluj (1994),in Finno-Ugric Studies at University of Szeged (1994), and in Semiotics at Technical University Berlin, (2001), her PhD in comparative literature at University of Szeged (1999) and "venia legendi" at Lorand Eötvös University, Budapest (2011). Her work focuses on multicultural literatures in North and East Europe (esp. Finnish, Saami and Hungarian). She has published extensively on multicultural studies, translation theory and practice, and intersections of linguistics, poetics and semiotics. Dr. Domokos has taught at various European and American Universities before moving to University of Bielefeld. She is also active in organizing cultural events, for which she has been honored in 2008 by the Hungarian General Consulate, Los Angeles. She served as director of Baltic Studies Summer Institute hosted by the Center of World Languages, UCLA in 2007 and 2008. Dr. Domokos is the author of two books on Saami literature and culture, of six poetry volumes, and five books of literary translations.
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