RAMONA SIMUȚ

RAMONA SIMUȚ, PhDrswp

Reader in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory

Faculty of Theology

Department of Theology, Music, and Social-Humanistic Sciences

Division of Philology

EMANUEL UNIVERSITY of ORADEA

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PERSONAL INFORMATION

Date of Birth: July 31, 1976

Place of Birth: Arad, Romania

Spouse: Corneliu C. Simuț

Children: Ezra (b. 2002), Lara (b. 2004)

ACADEMIC TRAINING

1. Doctorate in Philology, PhD in Comparative Literature (The Graduate School of Humanities, Department of Modern Languages, Faculty of Humanities, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands, 2010), under the supervision of Professor Dr. Antonius (Ton) B. M. Naaijkens.

2. Bachelor in Philology and Theology, BA in Theology and Letters (Department of Baptist Theology, Faculty of Social-Humanistic Sciences, University of Oradea, Romania, 1999).

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

1. Reader in philology [World and Comparative Literature, Literary Theory] (2013-present).

2. Lecturer in philology [Romanian Literature, World Literature, and Comparative Literature] (2011-2013).

3. Assistant Lecturer in philology at Emanuel University (2009-2011).

4. Director of Emanuel University Press (2009-2014).

5. Editor at Emanuel University Press (2001-2014).

6. Postdoctoral research fellow in practical theology at the Faculty of Theology within the University of Pretoria, working with Professor Johann Meylahn on Edward Schillebeeckx’s notion of anthropology and nature as completed ecodomy with references to Albert Nolan (2014-2016).

BOOKS

a. Abroad

1. Ramona Simuț, Elements of Cultural Continuity in Modern German Literature. A Study of Goethe, Nietzsche, and Mann, Foreword by Professor Antonius (Ton) B. M. Naaijkens (Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2011), 383 pages.

b. In Romania

1. Ramona Simuț, Nietzsche. Încercare de dezambiguizare (Oradea: Editura Universității Emanuel, 2011), 190 pagini [Ramona Simuț, Nietzsche. A Disambiguation Attempt (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2011), 190 pages].

2. Ramona Simuț, Cultură și politică în literatura goetheană (Oradea: Editura Universității Emanuel, 2012), 197 pagini [Ramona Simuț, Culture and Politics in Goethe’s Literature (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2012), 197 pages].Goethe Book

3. Ramona Simuț, Thomas Mann și fațetele tragicului în secolul XX (Oradea: Editura Universității Emanuel, 2013), 261 pagini [Ramona Simuț, Thomas Mann and the Facets of Tragic during the Twentieth Century (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2013), 261 pages].Carte Mann

EDITED WORKS

a. Abroad

1. Ramona Simuț (ed.), The Literature of Expatriates (Napoli: Fridericiana Editrice Universitaria, 2013; Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2013), 257 pages.Expatriatesb. In Romania

1. Ramona Simuț (ed.), Philology, Theology, and Ethics. Proceedings of the Annual Philological Conference of Emanuel University of Oradea, March 16, 2010 (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2010), 164 pages.

2. Ramona Simuț and Sebastian Chirimbu (eds.), Literature between Convenience and Challenge. Proceedings of the Annual Philological Conference of Emanuel University of Oradea, May 13, 2011 (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2011), 182 pages.Proceedings 2

3. Ramona Simuț (ed.), Dimensions of Criticism. From Irony to Praxis in Literature and Language (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2013), 280 pages.Dimensions

4. Ramona Simuț (ed.), Scrisul între doctrină și individualism. Sensul autorității în critica actuală (Oradea: Editura Universității Emanuel, 2013), 252 pagini | Ramona Simuț (ed.), Writing between Doctrine and Individualism. The Meaning of Authority in Contemporary Criticism (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2013), 252 pages.Edited Book New

5. Adrian Giorgiov and Ramona Simuț (eds.), Missions and Interpretation (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2014), 203 pages.Missions and Interpretation

c. Journals: CaesuraJournal of Philological and Humanistic Studies

1. Caesura 1.1 (2014) – Ramona Simuț, Aurelian Botica, Irina Drexler (eds.), The Literature of the Apocalypse: from Prophecy to Disaster (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2014).Caesura 1.1 (2014)

2. Caesura 1.2 (2014) – Ramona Simuț, Călin Lupițu (eds.), Literature in the Middle: from High Authority to World Reality (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2014).Caesura 1.2 (2014)

3. Caesura 2.1 (2015) – Ramona Simuț, Yadav Sumati (eds.), Experiments in Literature: the City between Demise and Revival (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2015).

Caesura 2.1 (2015)

4. Caesura 2.2 (2015) – Jordan Ryan Goings (ed.), Aesthetics within the Humanities: the Good, the Beautiful, and the True (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2015).

Caesura 2.2 (2015)

5. Caesura 3.1 (2016) – Osvaldo di Paolo Harrison (ed.), The Neopolitical Genre in Peninsular and Latin American Literature: from Hard-Boiled to Detective Stories (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2016).caesura-3-1-2016ARTICLES

a. Abroad

1. Ramona Simuț, “Introduction”, in Ramona Simuț (ed.), The Literature of Expatriates (Napoli: Fridericiana Editrice Universitaria, 2013; Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2013), 7-13.Expatriates2. Ramona Simuț, “Ways to Unhappiness in Armen Melikian’s Literature”, in Ramona Simuț (ed.), The Literature of Expatriates (Napoli: Fridericiana Editrice Universitaria, 2013; Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2013), 229-257.Expatriatesb. In Romania

1. Ramona Simuț, “Reinterpreting Traditional Theology. An Interview with Edward Schillebeeckx”, in Perichoresis 5.2 (2007): 275-283.2. Ramona Simuț, “Nietzsche’s Will to Power. A Perspective against Modern Morality”, in Ramona Simuț (ed.), Philology, Theology, and Ethics. Proceedings of the Annual Philological Conference of Emanuel University of Oradea, March 16, 2010 (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2010), 147-164.

3. Ramona Simuț, “Estetica maioresciană la Junimea. Scrisul fără aplicație” [“Maiorescu’s Aesthetics at Junimea. Writing without Application”], in Ramona Simuț and Sebastian Chirimbu (eds.), Literature between Convenience and Challenge. Proceedings of the Annual Philological Conference of Emanuel University of Oradea, May 13, 2011 (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2011), 169-182.Proceedings 2

4. Ramona Simuț, “Epistemologia de la Edward Schillebeeckx la Neil Postman și ascendentul ei asupra literaturii contemporane” [Ramona Simuț, “Epistemology from Edward Schillebeeckx to Neil Postman and Its Influence on Contemporary Literature”], in Ramona Simuț (ed.), Dimensions of Criticism. From Irony to Praxis in Literature and Language (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2013), 15-35.Dimensions

5. Ramona Simuț, “Poe’s Masculine Work The Man of the Crowd in Hélène Cixous’ Feminist Reading”, in Ramona Simuț (ed.), Scrisul între doctrină și individualism. Sensul autorității în critica actuală (Oradea: Editura Universității Emanuel, 2013) | Ramona Simuț (ed.), Writing between Doctrine and Individualism. The Meaning of Authority in Contemporary Criticism (Oradea: Emanuel University Press, 2013), 127-149.Edited Book NewCONTACT INFO

r.simut@gmail.com

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