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Professor at the Department of Gender Studies at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, a Doctor of Science of Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Her works have appeared in 16 different languages. In 2005, she was awarded the Officer’s Cross Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary by the President of the Hungarian Republic and the Bolyai Prize by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2006.

Andrea Petö

Professor at the Department of Gender Studies at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, a Doctor of Science of Hungarian Academy of Sciences.  Her works have appeared in 16 different languages.  In 2005, she was awarded the Officer’s Cross Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary by the  President of the Hungarian Republic and the Bolyai Prize by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2006.

 

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Articles by Andrea Petö

  1. The Blue and White pin that matters

    The founders of CEU, politicians, including PM Orban, had a common dream back then. That dream was that we would build a free and successful country where not party apparatchiks, but academics decide who can study at a university, and what institution can call itself a university.

  2. Memoralization of the holocaust in the polish film aftermath

    The author argues that the history of the Holocaust is the history of Europe; "as Europeans, we all continue to live it". "It is not wise to appropriate to ourselves the story of suffering, because even in the short term such a course will lead to isolation and a rise in anti-Semitism."

  3. Negotiating Soviet gendered reality in Lithuania. Among superwomen and alcoholics

    Adopting and Remembering Soviet Reality: Life Stories of Lithuanian Women 1945—1970, Edited and adapted by Dalia Leinarte, Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi 2010, 234 pages

  4. Arrow Cross Women and Female Informants

    In Hungary, there were several active women fascists. In the People’s Tribunals after World War II, however, few of the women were convicted. There was an unwillingness to think of women as capable of such evil deeds.

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