My research project

My qualifications

2012
BA in Hungarian, Pedagogy Minor
University of Pannonia
2017
MA in Critical Gender Studies, Public Policy Specialisation
Central European University

Affiliations and memberships

UACES
The Academic Association for Contemporary European Studies
UACES CNR
UACES Collaborative Network Research, Gendering EU Studies
SGP
Society of Gender Professionals
ECPR
European Consortium for Political Research, Standing Group on Gender and Politics

In the media

Discussant on Brexit in relation to the impacts of Brexit on women’s and other minority groups’ rights and gender equality policies on SkyNews, Guildford, United Kingdom

Research

Research interests

Research projects

Indicators of esteem

  • 2019 Article Reviewer on Gender and Populism for an international Philippines peer-reviewed journal

    2018 Discussant on Brexit in relation to the impacts of Brexit on women’s and other minority groups’ rights and gender equality policies on SkyNews, Guildford, UK

    2018 Fully Funded Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Studentship, Department of Politics, University of Surrey, UK

    2015 CEU Erasmus+ Traineeship 2015, Budapest, HU

    2015 Violence against children – Story Reading Marathon; Selected writing, Central Theatre, Budapest, HU

    2014  CEU Masters Scholarship 2014–2016, Budapest, HU

    2013  The Mom Theresa Literary Competition, Winner in the category of ‘excellent applications’ – Motherless (domestic violence against children), Budapest, HU

    2013 Contemporary Literary Works 2012 Prize, Winner in the category of ‘study and document’, Cedrus Art Foundation and Naput, Budapest, HU

    2012 The Thesis of the Year Award 2012, University of Pannonia, Veszprem, HU

    2012 Representing the University of Pannonia, Faculty of Modern Philology and Social Sciences in the daily paper Naplo owing to my excellent study results, HU

    2010 Professional, scientific and public scholarship, University of Pannonia, Veszprem, HU

    2009 Professional, scientific and public scholarship, University of Pannonia, Veszprem, HU

My publications

Publications

Peer-reviewed journal articles: 

2019  New Waves of Anti-Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Strategies in the European Union: The Anti-Gender Discourse in Hungary, Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM) Journal, 2(27): 1–5, online: https://tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/26410397.2019.1610281?needAccess=true

2018 The LEAVE Vote and Racial Abuse towards Black and Minority Ethnic Communities across the UK: The Impact on Mental Health (with Dr. Adrian Heald, Dr. Sanam Farman and Prof. Dinesh Bhugra), Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine (JRSM), 4(11): 1-4., online: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0141076818765778

 2018  Brexit, the Leave Campaign, and Mental Health of Ethnic Minority Communities (with Dr. Adrian Heald and Prof. Dinesh Bhugra), The Lancet Psychiatry, 5(2): 110., online: http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(18)30018-X/fulltext

2016 A Case Study of Irma Grese: Constructing the ‘Evil’ and the ‘Ordinary’ through Digital Oral Testimonies and Written Trial Testimonies of the Holocaust Survivors, Gendering the Holocaust, Kaleidoscope – Journal for the History of Science, Culture and Medicine, 7(13): 529–541., online:http://epa.oszk.hu/02300/02316/00013/pdf/EPA02316_kaleidoscope_2016_13_529-541.pdf

2013 ‘Saint or Monster?’ – New Interpreting Methods to Kata Bethlen’s Autobiography (in Hungarian), Naput, 5: 45–61., online: http://www.napkut.hu/xv-evfolyam-5-szam

Selected opinion pieces and blog posts: 

2018 Gender as a Rhetorical Tool for Strengthening Illiberal Democracy in Hungary, Political Observer on Populism, online:https://populismobserver.com/2018/11/27/gender-as-a-rhetorical-tool-for-strengthening-illiberal-democracy-in-hungary/  

2017 The Silences of Women’s Rights in Brexit Land, Women's Voices in a Rapidly Changing World, Fabiana (Fabian Women’s Network magazine), Issue 13, online: https://fabianwomensnetwork.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/correct-fwn.pdf

2017 With or Without the EU? – Brexit as a Women’s Issue, Political Critique – Central European Magazine of Politics and Culture, online: http://politicalcritique.org/world/uk/2017/bianka-vida-uk-eu-brexit-womens-gender-equality/  

2017 Neoliberalism and ‘Illiberal Democracy’ in the EU: A New (Gender) Regime in Today’s Hungary, Political Critique – Central European Magazine of Politics and Culture, online: http://politicalcritique.org/long-read/2017/neoliberalism-and-illiberal-democracy-in-the-eu-a-new-gender-regime-in-todays-hungary/

2013 Motherless, Mom Theresa Club. Budapest (in Hungarian), online: http://www.terezanyu.hu/projektek/terezanyu-palyazat/terezanyu-palyazat-2013/tovabbi-kiemelkedo-irasok-2013/vida-bianka-anyatlanul/

Under review: 

Policy Framing and Resistance: Gender Mainstreaming in Horizon 2020

In Progress:

2019 Opposition to Gender+ Equality in Times of Crises: The Case of Hungary