October 8, 2009

Professor Katalin Fabian Authors New Book about Women’s Movements in Hungary

In her new book, Katalin Fabian, associate professor of government and law, contrasts the stages of development in organization, membership, and activism of Hungarian women’s groups over the last two decades. Contemporary Women’s Movements in Hungary: Globalization, Democracy, and Gender Equality will be released this month by Johns Hopkins University Press.

Fabian’s research centers on the effects of globalization on women’s activism in the post-communist European context, and investigates the quality of democracy and equality.

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