Enikő Molnár-Bodrogi

Enikő is an Associate Professor and a Doctor in Philology at the Hungarian Literary Studies Department of the Babeş-Bolyai University in Romania. She has just finished her second doctoral theses at the University of Oulu in Finland, about North Fennoscandian and Romanian Finno-Ugric minority language narratives used in identity building. She has taught Finnish culture and civilization, the history of Finnish literature, Finno-Ugric literatures in Fennoscandia, Meänkieli language and culture as well as the didactics of teaching Finnish language and literature. Her main research topics include the sociolinguistic research of the linguistic, the ethnic and the religious identity of minorities, the postcolonial analysis of the literature of Finno-Ugric minorities in Fennoscandia and the history of reception of Miklós Jósika’s novels. She is also the first translator of Meänkieli into Hungarian and a poet in Meänkieli. Click here to read more about Enikő