Éva Szabó, Ph.D. candidate, Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen, in her doctoral research, focuses on neodomesticity in contemporary British women writers’ fiction, more particularly, in the works of Kate Atkinson, Elizabeth Taylor, Ali Smith, Beryl Bainbridge, and Barbara Pym. Her wider research interests include gender studies, the representation of traditional notions of femininity, and mother-daughter relationships. She has been a member of Hatvani István Extramural College since 2014 and published papers on food, domesticity, and motherhood. Her most recent publication, “Anyacirkusz, mely bölcsőd s majdan sírod is lesz?: Anyák, lányok és a cirkusz Deák Krisztina Aglaja című filmjében” [“From Womb to Tomb in the Circus: Mothers, Children, and the Circus in Krisztina Deák’s Aglaja”] appeared in Nemek és etnikumok terei a magyar filmben [Spaces of Gender and Ethnicity in Hungarian Film] (Debrecen UP, 2018). As part of her dissertation, she is currently working on the figure of the spinster as an alternative embodiment of domesticity in Beryl Bainbridge’s fiction.