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Volume 3, Issue #1 (April 2013)

The Social Organization of Men's Power in Hungary

 

PREFACE
Erzsébet Barát >> PDF

STUDIES/RESEARCH ARTICLES
Zsolt Mészáros: The Encounter of the Frock-Coat and the Bodice by the Dressing Table, or the Visual Constructedness of Masculinity at the End of the 19th Century
Anna Kérchy: The Fantasy of “Manly” Disability. Atypical Embodiment of Alternative Masculinities in Contemporary Popular Visual Culture
Annamária Hodosy: Paternal Initiation into the Written World, or Gender Stereotypes in Compulsory Readings in the Hungarian Primary School Curriculum
John K. Cox: Menstruating Fathers and Women of Cold War: Transgressive Masculinities in Danilo Kiš’s Works
Csilla Molnár: The Men and HVG (‘Weekly World Economy’)
Anna Betlen: The Most Valuable Asset in the Human Being… That is Women. Traffic in Women: Prostitution and the Economy
Mária Joó: University Genre-Paintings [Életképek] – Petty Hungarian Patriarchy
Valéria Szekeres – Erzsébet Takács – Lilla Vicsek: Oh My! For a Girl, You…? Gender Cultures in Engineering Departments in an Institution of Higher Education from the Perspective of the Female Students

REVIEWS
Veronika Paksi: Engler Ágnes. Kisgyermekes nők a felsőoktatásban [Women with Children in the Higher Education] (2011) [Bookreview]
Kérchy Anna: Bollobás Enikő. Egy képlet nyomában. Karakterelemzések az amerikai és a magyar irodalomból [Tracking a Formula. Character Analysis from American and Hungarian Literature] (2012) [Bookreview]
Louise O. Vasvári: Szapor Judit et al. Tradition Unchained: Jewish Intellectual Women in Central Europe 1860-2000 (2012) [Bookreview]

NEWS

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS >> PDF

ARTICLE ABSTRACTS IN ENGLISH >> PDF

 

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