Dr Tamás Seregi

Tamás Seregi

assistant professor

 

Tamás Seregi’s specific fields of research are modern and contemporary art theories and continental philosophy. Recently, he has been working on issues like post-medium condition of art, picture theory, virtuality and embodiment in culture.

Selected Publications
„The Return of Present – Peter Handke and Painting”, in Literatura, 2005/2.
„Paul Ricoeur’s Ontology of Action”, in Világosság, 2007/1.
„Tautology and Art”, in Prae, 2007/4.
„The Golden Age of Total-Art – About László Moholy-Nagy”, in Szegedy-Maszák Mihály and Veres András (eds.), A magyar irodalom történetei (Histories of Hungarian Literature), Gondolat, Budapest, 2007.
„About Intentionality”, in Helikon, 2011/3.
„The Problem of Virtuality in Modern Art”

Translations
Edmund Husserl, „Ausdruck und Bedeutung”, in Passim, 2002/3-4.
Jean-Paul Sartre, L’être et le néant, L’Harmattan, Budapest, 2006.
Jean-Luc Nancy, Le Regard du portrait. Műcsarnok, Budapest, 2010.
Peter Bürger, Theorie der Avantgarde. Universitas, Szeged, 2011.
Pierre Bourdieu, Les Régles de l’art. BKF, Budapest, 2013.
Jacques Derrida, La voix et le phénomène. Kijárat, Budapest, 2013.
Georges Didi-Huberman, La ressemblance par contact. BKF, 2013.

Grants and Awards
October 1997 – February 1998: ÖAAD-Scholarship (University of Vienna), Research Field: Avant-Garde Studies
November 2000 – July 2001: Huygens-Scholarship (University of Amsterdam), Research Field: Aesthetics of Modernism
April 2004 – Mai 2004: CEEPUS-Scholarship (University of Babes-Bolyai)

Contact Details
Institute for Art Theory and Media Studies
Department of Aesthetics
Eötvös Loránd University
Mail: Múzeum krt. 6-8 1088-Budapest Hungary
E-mail: seregi.tamas@btk.elte.hu
Phone: (36) 14116570

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