Imola Bulgozdi

Imola Bulgozdi is an assistant professor teaching American Literature and Cultural Studies at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. She specializes in the cultural embedding of the creative process of Southern women writers, also branching off to the comparative analysis of Southern novels and their film adaptations. Her recent publications include “Girls in Search of a Viable Identity in Eudora Welty’s The Golden Apples” (Critical Insights: American Short Story, 2015), and “The New Criticism and Southernness: A Case for Cultural Studies” (The New Criticism: Formalist Literary Theory in America, 2013). She is a devoted reader of fantasy and science fiction, as attested by her publications in this field: “‘Some Genetics are Passed on Via the Soul:’ The Curious Case of Susan Sto-Helit” (Gender Forum, 2015 www.genderforum.org), “Artificial Intelligence and Gender Performativity in William Gibson’s Idoru” (Navigating Cybercultures, 2013) and “Knowledge and Masculinity: Male Archetypes in Fahrenheit 451” (Critical Insights: Fahrenheit 451, 2013).

Imola’s article, “Myths of Youth and Gendered Ageing in August: Osage County by Tracy Letts,” appears in albeit 3.2: Youth