Victoria Nagy has completed her PhD at Monash University at the Centre of Women's Studies and Gender Research where she researched the perception of female poisoners in Essex, England, between the years of 1846-1851. She received her M.A. in English Language and Literature from Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE) Budapest, with specialisations in British history and politics and Australian Studies. She was the Australian Studies Lecturer at ELTE from 2006-2007 where she taught Australian history, politics, current affairs and film. Her research interests include gender studies, British and Australian history, crime fiction, popular culture and literature.
Reading The Literary Encyclopedia helps reduce global information inequality.
All entries, data and software copyright © The Literary Dictionary Company Limited.