Adám NÁDASDY

 

Ádám Nádasy was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1947, and lives there. He has a degree in English and Italian, a PhD in phonology, and has been teaching all his life. He is a linguist, translator, and poet. He is a university lecturer in English Linguistics. His literary activity is in Hungarian. He has published several volumes of poetry, and has translated a number of English plays into Hungarian (including Shakespeare, Wilde, and Shaw).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nádasy Ádám 1947-ben született Budapesten, Magyarországon. Angol és olasz nyelvekből diplomázott, doktori címét fonológiából szerezte, egész életében tanított. Nyelvész, fordító, költő. Egyetemi oktató angol nyelvészetből. Szépirodalmi munkáit magyar nyelven írja. Számos verseskötetet publikált és több angol drámát fordított Magyarra (például Shakespeare,Wild és Shaw darabokat).

 

 

 

  • Scottish Government EU Office
  • Istituto Italiano di Cultura
  • Danish Cultural Institute
  • Ambassade du Luxembourg à Bruxelles
  • Polish Institute - Cultural Service of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Brussels
  • Network to Promote Linguistic Diversity
  • Permanent Representation of the Republic of Slovenia to the European Union
  • Leeuwarden Europan Capital of Culture 2018
  • Embassy of Ireland
  • Embassy of the Republic of Estonia in Belgium
  • Orfeu - Livraria Portuguesa
  • Yunus Emre Institute
  • Romanian Cultural Institute in Brussels
  • Mission of the Faroes to the EU
  • Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union
  • Embassy of the Republic of Latvia to the Kingdom of Belgium
  • Greenlandic Writers Association
  • Austrian Cultural Forum
  • Czech Centre Brussels
  • MuntPunt
  • It Skriuwersboun
  • Greenland Representation to the European Union
  • Commission européenne
  • Balassi Institute - Cultural Service of the Embassy of Hungary in Brussels
  • Etxepare Euskal Institutua
  • Spain Arts and Culture - Cultural and Scientific Service of the Embassy of Spain in Belgium
  • Permanent Representation of the Republic of Estonia to the European Union
  • Camões Instituto de Cooperação e Língua Portugal