Imre Szíjártó

Imre Szíjártó is a college associate professor at Eszterházy szijartoimreKároly College. His field of interests are national cinemas in Central-Eastern Europe and the methodology of teaching film and media studies.


Professional Activities & Affiliations

  • Member of editorial board: Kwartalnik Nauk o Mediach
  • Member of editorial board: Media Education
  • Editor-in-chief: International Journal of Media and Information Literacy

Areas of Teaching/ Courses Taught

  • Eastern-European cinema courses
  • teaching methodology courses

Selected Publications

  • Change in the Central-Eastern-European Concept of Film Culture
  • Films of ’Slovenian Spring’. Moveast (2002) 7. 3-29.
  • Motion Picture and Media Education in Hungary
  • D. Molnár István – Szíjártó Imre: What is the Rationale of Periodization? On the Epochs of Hungarian, Polish and Slovenian Literature from the 16th Century to 1939. Studia Slavica Hungarica (2003) 48/1-3. 189-204.
  • Literary Adaptations in Post-communist Eastern and Central European Cinema. In: Words and Images on the Screen: Language, Literature and Moving Pictures. Cambridge Scholars Publishing Ltd, 2008.
  • Media Education: From the Classroom to the Knowledge Bases. In: ICI 12 International conference on information. Learning Unlimited. Open University Malaysia. 121-128.
  • Strategies of moving image comprehension of students in primary and secondary education. Kwartalnik nauk o mediach
  • Borbás, László – Szíjártó, Imre – Tóth, Tibor: Moving Image Comprehension Strategies of Students in Primary and Secondary Education.
  • Borbás László – Herzog Csilla – Szíjártó Imre – Tóth Tibor:The Practice of media education in the Hungarian schools.
  • L. Borbás, Cs. Herzog, I. Szíjártó and T. Tóth: The embeddedness of media education in the Hungarian education system. Edifications of school fieldwork. GSTF Journal on Education (JED) Vol.3 No.2. August 2016. 55-67.E-periodical: 2345-7171
  • Film Comprehension Strategies in Hungarian Blogs. International Journal of Media and Information Literacy 2017, 2 (2) 99-103.

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