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Volume 4, Issue #1 (June 2014)

The Specificities of "Hungarian" Gender and Sexuality Relations: Comparative Approaches

PREFACE
Erzsébet Barát >> PDF

STUDIES/RESEARCH ARTICLES
Ilona Kovács: Bánk bán (1819) from a Female Perspective – A Feminist Comparative Analysis of the Plays’ Performances
József Földvári: Women's Writing as a Reflection on the Notion of Pattern, Reproduction and Needlework
Judit Kádár: The Role of Repression in the Creation of Social Identity Remorse and Punishment in Lola Réz Kosáryné’s Prose 
Erika Kapus: The Voice of the Female Body at the Turn of the Nineteenth-to the Twentieth Century in Hungarian Literature
Vera Kérchy: About the Deconstructive Performativity of Contemporary Dance
Mária Joó: About Sex and Evolution
Márta Konczosné Szombathelyi: Gender Aspects of Studying Culture
Zsófia Kulcsár: The Challenges Confronting a Hungarian Feminist Organization after 1989
Louise O. Vasvári: Linguistic Gender Trouble in Hungarian
Erzsébet Barát: Queering Potentials of Critical Research or the Embeddedness of Meaning

REVIEWS
Anna Kérchy: The Protean Nature of the Female Genius: Encyclopedia of Female Artists (Béatrice Didier, Antoinette Fouque és Mireille Calle-Gruber, eds. Le Dictionnaire des Femmes Créatrices, 2013) [Bookreview]
Emma Bálint: The Healing Power of Wondertales and What Fairytale Princesses can Teach Contemporary Women (Ildikó Boldizsár. Fairytale Therapy, 2013) [Bookreview]
Lilla Farmasi: Philosophy in the Living Body (Richard Shusterman. Somaesthetics and the Art of Life. Selected Essays of Richard Shusterman, 2014) [Bookreview]
Nóra Koller: Nárcis Fejes & Andrea P. Balogh (eds) Queer Visibility in Post-Socialist Cultures (2013) [Bookreview]

NEWS

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS >> PDF

ARTICLE ABSTRACTS IN ENGLISH >> PDF

 

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