Gender Studies

Feminist and Social Theories; Gender Dimensions of Post-State Socialism; Nationalism, the State, Citizenship and Imperialism; Political and Economic Transnational Processes; Intersections of Identities (e.g. race, class, sexuality); Feminist Knowledge Production; Sexuality and Queer Theory; Politics of Memory; Women's and Social Movements; Literary and Cultural Studies; Women's History.

Review of Orgasm and the West: A History of Pleasure from the Sixteenth Century to the Present

Renkin, Hadley Z.. Review of Orgasm and the West: A History of Pleasure from the Sixteenth Century to the Present In Orgasm and the West: A History of Pleasure from the Sixteenth Century to the Present (2008), by Robert Muchambled (translated by Jean Birrell). National Identities., 2013.

Predecessors and Pilgrims: Lesbian History-making and Belonging in Postsocialist Hungary

Renkin, Hadley Z.. "Predecessors and Pilgrims: Lesbian History-making and Belonging in Postsocialist Hungary." In Beyond the Pink Curtain: the Everyday Life of GLBTs in Eastern and Central Europe, edited by Judit Takács and Roman Kuhar, 269-286. Politike Symposion series. Ljubljana: Peace Institute, 2007.
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Skeletons in the National Closet: Sexuality, History, and the Ambiguities of Belonging in Post-Socialist Hungary

Renkin, Hadley Z.. "Skeletons in the National Closet: Sexuality, History, and the Ambiguities of Belonging in Post-Socialist Hungary." In Nation in Formation: Inclusion and Exclusion in Central and Eastern Europe, 1-20. Studies in Russia and Eastern Europe. London: School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, 2007.
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Book Launch Begins CEU-AUB Cooperation

A new volume of biographies about Central European female Jewish intellectuals co-edited by CEU Associate Professor Andrea Peto was launched at the March 18 event “Gendering Jewish Studies,” the first joint collaboration between CEU and Andrassy University Budapest (AUB). The universities wish to take advantage of expertise in similar departments like gender studies, economics, history, international relations, and legal studies and will soon sign a cooperation agreement.

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