Käthe-Leichter public lecture by EEGA Affiliate Researcher Beáta Hock

Under the title “Jeune femme d’un pays de l’Est cherche homme en vue d’un mariage” – Exploring East European Women’s History through Research-based Exhibitions EEGA Affiliate Researcher Beáta Hock, Ph.D., gives a talk on Wednesday, 12 January 2022, 18:30-20:00 at the University of Vienna.

The Käthe-Leichter public lecture will be hold exclusively online. Please register here to follow the lecture and see the leaflet for more information.

Beáta Hock, Ph.D. is currently Senior Researcher of the department “Entanglements and Globalisation” at the Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO), Leipzig. Her areas of research and teaching include East-Central European art and art history, feminist cultural theory, and the cultural dimensions of the global Cold War. The perspectives of global history generally inform her research output on the art and cultural history of Eastern Europe.

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