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Erzsébet Barát

Associate Professor Director of TNT,  Gender Studies Research Group Institute of English and American Studies, University of Szeged & Recurring Associate Professor Department of Gender Studies, at CEU, Central European University, Budapest.

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Articles by Erzsébet Barát

  1. Stigmatization of feminism Gender Studies as “Gender Ideology” in right-wing populist political discourse in Hungary

    The author argues that stigmatization of “gender” as ideology has become a central element of political discourse in Hungary since 2010 — resulting in the ban of the MA in Gender Studies in the Official Gazette on October 12, 2018. For a critical reading, the author situates the strategic attack in relation to three junctures of meaning-making of “feminism” and “gender” since the system change in 1989 that have eventually crystalized into the commonsense discourses of “gender ideology” and “gender-craze” of right-wing populism.

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