PhDr. Tereza Topolovská, Ph.D.

Tereza Topolovská received her doctoral degree from the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague. She is a lecturer at the Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Education, Charles University, where she teaches courses on English, British and American Literature, Literary Studies and Postcolonial Literature. Her research focuses on spatial poetics, primarily the house as literary motif, setting and subject and the conception of dwelling in modern British literature. Her other academic interests include the study of phenomenology of perception, especially in the connection with the depiction of architecture in literature. She has participated in international conferences and published articles on Simon Mawer, E.M. Forster and Iris Murdoch in academic journals and essay collections abroad and in the Czech Republic.

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