Alex Ciorogar

Alex Ciorogar, Assistant Professor

Having received a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, Alex Ciorogar is the current director of Echinox magazine and the owner of OMG, an independent publishing house based in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He is a teaching assistant with the English Department. “From Somaesthetics to the Stylistics of Existence: Styles of Reading, Ways of Living” in Anna Budziak, Katarzyna Lisowska, Jarosław Woźniak (eds.), Literature, Performance, and Somaesthetics: Studies in Agency and Embodiment, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle upon Tyne, 2017). “Beyond Print and Invisibility. ‘Translatorship’ in the Age of Digital Globalization” in Maria Sass Hrsg, Vlad Pojoga, Ștefan Baghiu (eds.), The Culture of Translation in Romania/ Übersetzungskultur und Literaturübersetzen in Rumänien, Peter Lang Publishing Group (Bern, 2018), and “The Ecology of Authorial Ascension” in French Studies Bulletin (Oxford University Press), Volume 41, Issue 154, Summer 2020 are just some of his most recent publications. He is a member and the regional liaison for SHARP Romania. He won the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Grant and a COST Scholarship.

His current research interests include:

  • Authorship Studies
  • British Romanticism
  • Contemporary Literary Theory
  • Hermeneutics
  • Academic Writing
  • Rhetorics


  • LLE 3161; LLE 3261 – Eighteenth-Century Poetry and Romanticism
  • LLE 3221 Essay Writing
  • LLE 2121; LLE 2221; LLE 4121; LLE 4221 – Practical Course in Text Interpretation