Sociology and Social Anthropology

Sociology: culture, sociology and social anthropology; cultural globalization and the culture of globalization; globalization and neoliberal structures; transnational movements and globalization; social theory; theories of nationalism ideology, power and resistance; the construction and uses of ethnicity; social networks; economic sociology; migration; urban studies; regional development
Social Movements: Emergence and development of locally or transnationally situated social movements, the relationship of social movements to civil society
Network Science: is an area where ideas concerning behaviour and evolution of complex networks from natural sciences are applied to social phenomena and vice versa

Walk This Way: Pride, Dignity, and Friction in Postsocialist Hungary

Renkin, Hadley Z.. Walk This Way: Pride, Dignity, and Friction in Postsocialist Hungary In COST/EastBordNet Action Working Papers. COST/EastBordNet : COST/EastBordNet , 2010.
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Department of Gender Studies

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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Department of Gender Studies
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