Gergely Nagy (March 6, 1969) is a Junior Assistant Professor at the Institute of English and American Studies at the University of Szeged. He has taught courses on Tolkien and Plato (and the connections between the two), and is also a founding member and the academic vice president of the Hungarian Tolkien Society.
- 2003: Tolkien the Medievalist (edited by Jane Chance)
- "The great chain of reading: (inter-)textual relations and the technique of mythopoesis in the Túrin story"
- 2004: Tolkien Society Progress Report 4
- "Participating Society interview: Gergely Nagy of the Hungarian Tolkien Society"
- 2004: Tolkien Studies: Volume 1
- "The Adapted Text, The Lost Poetry of Beleriand"
- 2004: Tolkien and the Invention of Myth (edited by Jane Chance)
- "Saving the Myths: The Re-creation of Mythology in Plato and Tolkien"
- 2005: Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages
- "The Medievalist's Fiction"
- 2005: Tolkien Studies: Volume 2
- 2005-6: "Human Bodies in British Fantastic Literature" (convention, University of Salzburg)
- "The Writings of J.R.R. Tolkien"
- 2006: Tolkien Studies: Volume 3
- "The 'Lost' Subject of Middle-earth: The Constitution of the Subject in the Figure of Gollum in The Lord of the Rings"
- Review of Interrupted Music. The Making of Tolkien's Mythology by Verlyn Flieger
- 2006: J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia: Scholarship and Critical Assessment, entries
- "Hungary: Reception of Tolkien"
- "Silmarillion, The"
- "Subject Theory and Semiotics"
- 2019: Sub-creating Arda
- "On No Magic in Tolkien: Resisting the Representational Criteria of Realism"