Zora Bútorová presented the book She and He in Slovakia: Gender and Age in the Period of Transition at the Visegrad Parlor

The event was organized by the Bratislava-based Hungarian Cultural Institute in cooperation with the Czech Center and the Polish Institute. The series of discussions Visegrad Parlor was established in 2007 as a forum for experts, intellectuals and the general public in the Visegrad countries, in order to intensify the feeling of Central Europeanism. The topics discussed until now include state and church; the Trianon treaty; ideal tax system; drugs and law; migration; and homelessness.

The presentation of the book took place on April 23 as a part of a panel discussion about feminism in Central Europe. The panelists came from all four Visegrad countries – Jana Juráňová (women’s association Aspekt, Bratislava), Linda Sokačová (civic association Gender Studies, Prague), Horváth Györgyi (historian of literature, Budapest) and Agata Chelstowska (Foundation Feminoteka, Warsaw).

From right to left: Horváth Györgyi, Jana Juráňová, Zora Bútorová, Agata Chelstowska, Linda Sokačová and moderator Silvia Kušnírová.

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