Here you will find announcements of events either directly connected to our MA Program/Research Group, or related to gender studies in general. New updates are displayed with the icon.


Conference (NYIM9)


The Gender Studies Research Group has issued the CFP for its 9th annual conference (NYIM9) to be organized on September 27-28, 2013. The title this time is The Specificties of "Hungarian" Gender and Sexuality Relations: Comparative Approaches [A „magyar” társadalmi nemi és szexuális viszonyok sajátossága: Összehasonlitó megközelitések]. The language of the conference is Hungarian. The talks are 20 minute long followed by a ten-minute discussion. Check out the conference CFP and REGISTRATION FORM.



Gender Studies Research Group /TNT/ Elsewhere


HUSSE (Hungarian Society for the Study of English) will have its 11th biannual conference on January 24-26 2013 organized by the School of English and American Studies (SEAS), Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. The Gender Studies Research Group (TNT) submitted a panel with the title Male Appropriation of the Feminine Voice. The titles of the talks will be as follows:
Barát, Erzsébet: To Live the Contradiction of Corporeality and Embodiment: the Conditions of Feminist Authorship
Kérchy, Anna: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young GirlChild: Lewis Carroll on/as Alice
Kocic-Zámbó, Larisa: Ventriloquized Voices in the English Renaissance: Donne to Philaenis.

For further information visit the conference WEBSITE.




Public Lectures Series


TNT, Gender Studies Research Group cordially invites faculty and students to its next Public Lecture Series event on November 22nd 2012, at 2 PM (Room III, 2nd floor): Dr Celine-Marie Pascale (American University, Washington D. C.) will present a lecture entitled Queering Gender Studies.  For more details read the FLIER.




Research Seminars Series


A visit by Prof. Dr Brigitte_Schnegg (Director of the Centre_for_Gender_Studies of the University of Bern) at 2 PM on Monday, October 17th 2011, to sign an Erasmus student and staff mobility contract, and to apply for a SCIEX (Scientific Exchange Programme NMS-CH in the field of gender studies).






Professor Pilar Cuder from the English Department of the University of Huelva (Spain) has run a workshop session entitled Lost Community on Thursday at 2-4 PM, May 19th and on Friday at 10-12 a.m., May 20th 2011. To download the suggested readings (ZipFile) for preparation and orientation click HERE. See the events' invitation HERE.






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