Noemi Gonda, PhD graduate'16: Land grabbing and the making of an authoritarian populist regime in Hungary
The Hungarian case calls for scholarly-activist attention to how authoritarian populism is maintained by, and affects rural areas, as well as how emancipation can be envisaged in such a context.
A new publication by Noemi Gonda, PhD alumna of our department is out in the Journal of Peasant Studies Taylor & Francis online as part of the ‘JPS Forum on Authoritarian Populism and the Rural World’, discussing how land grabbing is central to the making of the authoritarian regime in Hungary. The open access article "Land grabbing and the making of an authoritarian populist regime in Hungary" is a follow-up of her pilot study carried out in the Fall 2017- Spring 2018 in Hungary.
Noemi, who graduated at CEU in 2016 is presently post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Urban and Rural Development of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden.
Earlier publication by Noemi Gonda:
"Climate Change, “Technology” and Gender: “Adapting Women” to Climate Change with Cooking Stoves and Water Reservoirs"