Turning the Page – Gendered Identities in Contemporary Literary and Visual Cultures has been printed and published online

We are really happy to share this piece of news with you:

“Turning the Page – Gendered Identities in Contemporary Literary and Visual Cultures” has been published. It is based on a 2-day international conference for young researchers held in 2014 at ELTE Budapest. The conference was organized by Kata Gyuris and Eszter Szép, founding members of the research group, and the newly published book has been edited by Kata, Eszter, and Dóra Vecsernyés.

We have papers on soap operas and gender under Communism, ghost writers of female jazz autobiographies, motherhood in Bulgarian theatre, Italo Calvino and Jeannette Winterson, female space in contemporary African novels, crossdressing, reality tv, and many other topics! Download the edited volume as PDF for free from ELTEreader.hu.

Many thanks for Bence Bodó for the layout design, Gergely Oravecz for the cover, and for Judit Friedrich, who is the series editor of ELTE Papers in English Studies.

Behold the beautiful cover and the inspiring table of contents:

turning the page covertable of contents

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