Solidarity in Struggle – Feminist Perspectives on Neoliberalism in East-Central Europe

Solidarity in Struggle - Feminist Perspectives on Neoliberalism in East-Central Europe
Editor: Ester Kováts
2016

Table of Contents

Preface: Overcoming false dichotomies – Reclaiming feminist politics in a neoliberal age | Eszter Kováts

THEORETICAL APPROACHES

Thoughts on the contested relationship between neoliberalism and feminism | Anikó Gregor and Weronika Grzebalska
First-world aspirations and feminism translocation: In search of economic and leftist alternatives | Zofia Łapniewska
Neoliberalism and feminist organizing: from “NGO-ization of resistance” to resistance against neoliberalism | Elz ̇bieta Korolczuk

CASE STUDIES

Romani women and the paradoxes of neoliberalism: Race, gender and class in the era of late capitalism in East-Central Europe | Angéla Kóczé
Are we all neoliberal feminists now? | L’ubica Kobová

Challenging the narrative of feminism as a facilitator of neoliberalism in the context of Slovakia | Alexandra Ostertagová

Overcoming dependency and illegitimate citizenship: Feminism, neoliberalism, and the depoliticization of housing | Kata Ámon
Gender and the division of labour in Hungarian rural areas in the neoliberal era | Andrea Czerván

“Sex work” and “prostitution” in the neoliberal global economy: Potentials of a feminist critique in East-Central Europe | Noémi Katona

25 years of liberty or neoliberalization in Lithuania? Feminist responses to uncomfortable questions | Margarita Jankauskaite ̇

Feminism and neoliberalism: Peculiar alliances in the countries of former „state feminism” | Andrea Pető

Contributors