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Volume 2, Issue #3 (December 2012)

PREFACE
Erzsébet Barát >> PDF

STUDIES/RESEARCH ARTICLES
Zsolt Mészáros: The Sad Critique, the Lawyer, and the Teacher(ess): Histories of Nineteenth-Century Hungarian Literature
Nóra Séllei: Disciplinary Practices and Consumer Culture in Bridget Jones’ Diary
Annamária Hodosy: Homosocial Entropy: Gay Gothic in Dorian Gray, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and their “Lukewarm” Film Adaptation
Eliisa Pitkäsalo: The Renewing Power of Water in Johanna Sinisalo’s Novel, Sankarit
Nóra Schleicher: Feminism(s) and Domocraci(es)

STUDENT PAPERS
Paulina László: I post therefore I am(?) The Construction of Teenage Female Identity on Facebook
Mariann Sümegi – Zsuzsanna Kovács: Linguistic Behaviour of Men at Work: Strategic Use of “Feminine” Language Markers

INTERVIEW
Erzsébet Barát: A Wall of Glass is Harder to Make Apparent than a Glass Ceiling (Interview with Krisztina Szegő)

TRANSLATION
Judith Butler: Can One Lead a Good Life in a Bad Life?(Transl. Erzsébet Barát)
Carolin Emcke: How We Desire (Transl. Ágnes Gubicskó)

REVIEWS
Farkas Zita: Lesbianism in Eastern Europe: (Self)representation, Family and Activism (Journal of Lesbian Studies [2011] 15:3)
Kérchy Vera: The Discreet Charm of Antihumanism (Benkő Krisztián: Bábok és automaták [2011])
Tóthová Andrea: European Intertexts (Séllei Nóra and June Waudby, eds. She’s leaving home: women writing in English in a European context [2011])
Antoni Rita: Contemporary Perception of The Journal A Nő és a Társadalom (Kereszty Orsolya: A „Nő és a Társadalom” a nők művelődéséért, 1907-1913 [2011])

NEWS

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS >> PDF

ARTICLE ABSTRACTS IN ENGLISH >> PDF

 

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