Hungarian weekly Magyar Narancs published a comprehensive article about the current state of gender studies in Hungary. According to Andrea Peto, professor at CEU's Department of Gender Studies, teaching gender studies has been present in Hungarian higher education in different forms for years. The article summarizes in what form gender and women studies have been taught in the country, and also quotes CEU gender studies alumna Nikolett Kormos, who describes the varied background of students at the department in terms of nationality, race and previous studies.
Hungarian weekly HVG issued a comprehensive article about gender studies, with explanations of terminology and several experts' comments, including one from Eva Fodor, associate professor at CEU's Department of Gender Studies. Fodor talked about the intersectionality theory of Kimberle Crenshaw in relation to how it would look in terms of the relation of Roma men and women.
Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the weekly (3.23.2017. pp.34-36. Nem semleges a nem)
Hungarian Info Radio interviewed Judit Sandor, founding director of the Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine (CELAB) at CEU, and professor at CEU's Departments of Political Science, Legal Studies and Gender Studies, about the Hungarian UniStem Day that took place at CEU on March 17. For more, see https://www.ceu.edu/article/2017-03-21/ceus-center-ethics-and-law-biomedicine-hosts-hungarian-unistem-day-2017
In its report about women Hungary can be proud of, Hungarian commercial television RTL Klub’s Fokusz program interviewed Andrea Peto, professor at CEU’s Department of Gender Studies, about the history of international women’s day. The report also features Diana Urge-Vorsatz, professor at CEU’s Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy.
In its report about women Hungary can be proud of, Hungarian commercial television RTL Klub's Fokusz program interviewed Andrea Peto, professor at CEU's Department of Gender Studies about the history of international women's day. The report also features Diana Urge-Vorsatz, professor at CEU's Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy.
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1121189-meleglobbitol-tart-a-kdnp-ifjusagi-tagozata/ - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu reports: Andrea Peto, professor at CEU’s Department of Gender Studies explained the essence, importance, and relevance of gender studies in an article focusing on the current Hungarian discourse about this social science.
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1121029-miert-ne-hazasodhatnanak-az-azonos-nemuek/ - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu reports: Budapest Pride organized a roundtable discussion about the marital legal rights LGBT couples have or do not have in Hungary. Rita Beres-Deak, visiting faculty at CEU’s Department of Gender Studies also highlighted at the event that although politics can greatly influence people’s perceptions, the new generation is much more appreciative towards LGBT people.
Hungarian Klub Radio interviewed Eva Fodor, associate professor at CEU’s Department of Gender Studies, and pro-rector for Social Sciences and Humanities, about the Women’s March on Washington. Fodor gave expert commentary on why women demonstrated against the newly inaugurated American President, Donald Trump.
http://www.prae.hu/index.php?aid=9543&route=article%2Farticle - Hungarian news portal prae.hu reports: Within the framework of the 2016-2017 Public Lecture Series Dr.