Teri Szűcs is a literary historian, critic and independent researcher. She gained her PhD at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, in 2009, with research focusing on the literature of the Holocaust as well as Hungarian Romani literature. Currently she is a lecturer at Budapest’s Corvinus University and an assistant professor at Eötvös Loránd University.
She is the author of A felejtés története – A holokauszt tanúsága irodalmi művekben [The History of Forgetting – The Witness of the Holocaust in Literary Works] and editor of the volume Zsidó identitásképek a huszadik századi magyar irodalomban [Representations of Jewish Identities in Twentieth Century Hungarian Literature]. In 2014 she was the consultant to the exhibition The Remembrance of the Holocaust in Literature at Budapest’s Petőfi Literary Museum. Teri Szűcs is a member of the Eötvös Loránd University research group Space-ing Otherness: Cultural Images of Space, Contact Zones in Contemporary Hungarian and Romanian Film and Literature.