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Books Authored

3. With Helga Thorson. Shaking the Empire, Shaking Patriarchy: The Growth of a Feminist Consciousness Across the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. 320 pages. Riverside, CA: Ariadne Press, 2014. Carried out 90% of all research; wrote 90% of Part I (102 pages); selected 90% of texts to be translated; translated 11 of the 25 texts (from Hungarian, Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian, and Slovenian); and co-edited the remaining 14 translations in the second part (from Czech, Slovak, Polish, Ukrainian, Romanian, Italian).











2. Shifting Voices: Feminist Thought and Women’s Writing in Fin-de-Siècle Austria and Hungary. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, January 2008. 277 p.

Reviewed in: The German Quarterly 81.4 (2008): 505-6.

Modern Austrian Literature 42.1 (2009): 113-5.

Hungarian Studies Review 38.1-2 (2011): 147-50.

Seminar 47.3 (2011): 389-91.

American Hungarian Educators Association 4 (2011) (online)


1. Utopie, Utopismus und Dystopie in “Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften”: Robert Musils utopisches Konzept aus geschlechtsspezifischer Sicht. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 1997. 200 p.

Reviewed in: Seminar 36.2 (May 2000): 267-9.

Études Germaniques 2 (1999): 334-5.

Books Edited

3. Gender and Modernity in Central Europe: The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and its Legacy.Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2010. (337 pages)

Reviewed in: Modern Austrian Literature 44.1-2 (2011): 130-2.

Nominated for the Canadian Women’s Studies Association / L’association canadienne des études sur les femmes CWSA/ACEF Outstanding Scholarship Prize 2011 (previously known as the CWSA/ACEF Book Prize).





2. The Third Shore: East Central European Women’s Prose. Ed. and translated with Luise von Flotow. Evanston: Northwestern UP, January 2006. (245 pages) With a critical introduction “Women’s Space and Women’s Writing in Post-Communist Europe. (xi-xxxv) Contribution: 60%

Reviewed in: Slavic and East European Journal 51.4, Winter 2007: 801-2.

Also published by Brandon Books (Ireland) in 2007.





1. Rethinking Violence and Patriarchy for the New Millenium: A German and Hispanic Perspective. Ed. with Fernando de Diego. Ottawa: U of Ottawa, 2002. (296 pages). With a critical introduction, “Rethinking Violence and Patriarchy for the New Millenium: A German and Austrian Perspective:” 13-18. Contribution: 50%











Special Issues of Scholarly Journals Edited

4. With Judith Szapor. Special volume of the Hungarian Studies Review “Gender and Nation in Hungary Since 1919.” Edited and introduced by Judith Szapor and Agatha Schwartz. Hungarian Studies Review 41.1-2 (Spring-Fall 2014). 184 pages. Contribution: 50%

3. Women and Hungary, Part II: Studies in Hungarian Politics, History and Literature. Special issue of Hungarian Studies Review. 29 :1-2 (Spring-Fall 2002). With a preface “Another Contribution to Hungarian Women’s Studies.” v-ix.

2. With Marlene Kadar. Women and Hungary: Reclaiming Images and Histories. Special issue of Hungarian Studies Review. 26.1-2 (1999). With a critical introduction “Women and Hungary: An Introduction.” 1-6. (195 p.) Contribution: 60%

1. Književnost kao utopija. [Literature as Utopia] Special issue on Robert Musil. Polja [Novi Sad], 1989.

Chapters in Books (Peer-Reviewed)

8. “Austro-Hungarian Multiculturalism and Hybridity in Marie Eugenie delle Grazie’s Short Prose.” U carstvu reči – jezici i kulture. Zbornik u čast prof. dr Jovana Đukanovića / Im Reich der Wörter – Sprache(n) und Kultur(en)/Festschrift für Prof. Dr. Jovan Đukanović. Eds. Jelena Kostić -Tomović, Annette Đurović, Nikolina Zobenica and Branislav Ivanović. Belgrade:  FOCUS – Forum za interkulturnu komunikaciju. Fall 2016. 262-276.  http://komunikacijaikultura.org/E-books/U%20carstvu%20reci.pdf

7. “Alterität, Gender, Transdifferenz und Hybridität in Juliane Déry’s Leben und Werk.” Forthcoming in Gemengelagen. Transdifferenz, Migration und Alterität in den Literaturen und Kulturen Österreich-Ungarns. Ed. Alexandra Millner and Katalin Teller. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag. 5589 words.Forthcoming.

6.  With Helga Thorson. “The Aesthetics of Change: Women Writers of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.” Crossing Central Europe: Continuities and Transformations 1900-2000. Ed. Helga Mitterbauer and Carrie Smith-Prei. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. In press.  8942 words.

5. “Living and Writing as a Cultural Hybrid: The Case of Juliane Déry.” Jewish Intellectual Women in Central Europe 1860-2000: Twelve Biographical Essays. Ed. Judith Szapor et al. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 2012. 59-92.4.  “‘When the Special Girlfriend…’: Female Homosexuality and Fin-de-Siècle Austrian Women  Writers.” In Contested Passions: Sexuality, Eroticism and Gender in Modern Austrian Literature and Culture. Ed. Clemens Ruthner and Raleigh Whitinger. New York: Peter Lang (Austrian Culture Series), 2011. 169-82.

3. “Challenging Representations of Feminine Desire in Women’s Prose from Post-Communist Hungary.” Women’s Voices in Post-Communist Eastern Europe. Vol. 2: Bodies and Representations. Ed. Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru, Madalina Nicolaescu and Helen Smith. Bucarest: University of Bucarest Press, 2006. 133-144.

2. “Challenging Representations of the Female Victim in Contemporary Austrian Fiction.” Out of the Ivory Tower: Feminist Research for Social Change. Ed. Andrea Martinez and Meryn Stuart. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2003. 171-85.

1. “Zwischen Schatten des Mannes und utopischer Suche nach eigener Sprache: Robert Musils Frauenbild anhand der Essays und des Romans Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften.” Ed. Marianne Henn and Britta Hufeisen. Frauen: MitSprechen, MitSchreiben: Beiträge zur literatur- und sprachwissenschaftlichen Frauenforschung.Hans-Stuttgart: Dieter Heinz Akademischer Verlag, 1997. 321-30.

Papers in Peer-Reviewed Journals

25. “Creating a ‘Vocabulary of Rupture’ Following WWII Sexual Violence in Hungarian Women Writers’ Narratives.” Hungarian Cultural Studies: e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association. Forthcoming  2017. 7545 words.

24. With Tatjana Takševa. “Hybridity, Ethnicity and Nationhood: Legacies of Interethnic War, Wartime Rape, and the Potential for Bridging the Ethnic Divide in Post-Conflict Bosnia.”  National Identities, April 2017. 10,114 words.

23. “Hybridity, Alterity and Gender in Marie Eugenie delle Grazie’s Autobiographical Prose.” Journal of Austrian Studies 49.1-2 (Spring-Summer 2016): 51-69.

22. “Narrating Wartime Rapes and Trauma in A Woman in Berlin.” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 17.3 (2015): <http://dx.doi.org/10.7771/1481-4374.2655>

21. “Éva Heyman, the Hungarian Anne Frank: Writing Against Persecution and Trauma.” Hungarian Studies Review 42.1-2 (Fall 2015): 117-34.

20. “Exile and Masquerade: Re-Thinking Juliane Déry.” In Cosmopolitan Women: German-Speaking Writers, 1780-1900. Ed. Caroline Bland and Hilary Brown. Special issue of Oxford German Studies, 42.2 (August 2013):  202-16.

19. “Budapest and its Heroines in Fin-de-Siècle Hungarian Literature.” Hungarian Studies Review 2012: 45-74.

18. “A női szubjektum a századforduló magyar írónői prózájában.” [The Female Subject in Fin-de-Siècle Hungarian Women Writers’ Prose.] Múltunk (Budapest) 53.2 (2008): 47-57.

17. “Sexual Cripples and Moral Degenerates: Austrian Fin-de-Siècle Women Writers on Male  Sexuality and Masculinity.” Seminar 44.1 (2008): 53-67.

16. “The Crisis of the Female Self in Fin-de-Siècle Austrian Women Writers’ Narratives.” Modern Austrian Literature 40.3 (2007): 1-19.

15. “The Question of Women’s Secondary, Professional and Higher Education in Fin-de-Siècle Austrian and Hungarian Feminist Texts.” Pro Femina 440 (December 2005): 147-163.

14. “Austrian Fin-de-Siècle Gender Heteroglossia: The Dialogism of Misogyny, Feminism and Viriphobia.” German Studies Review 28.2 (May 2005): 347-66.

13. “Emma Ritoók’s Novel Spiritual Adventurers [A szellem kalandorai]: An Intellectual Document of the Fin-de-Si cle.” Hungarian Studies 16.2 (2002): 297-306.

12. “The Centre and the Periphery in Gizella Mollináry’s Novel Betévedt Európába. Hungarian Studies Review 29.1-2 (2002): 93-102.

11. “Lou Andreas-Salomé and Rosa Mayreder: Femininity and Masculinity.” Seminar 36.1 (February 2000): 42-58.

10. “Zwischen dem ‘Noch-nicht’ und ‘Nicht-mehr’: Österreichische und ungarische Frauenliteratur der Jahrhundertwende.” Modern Austrian Literature 33.1 (2000):16-28.

9. “The Image of the ‘New Woman’ in Hungarian Women’s Literature at the Turn of the Century.” Hungarian Studies Review 26.1-2 (1999): 81-92.

8. “Vom Aktivismus zum Taoismus: Robert Musils utopisches Wirkungskonzept.” Seminar 34.4 (November 1998): 347-63.

7. “Helene von Druskovic i polna govorna raznolikost u Austriji na smeni stoleæa.” [Helene von Druskowitz and Fin-de-Si cle Gender Heteroglossia]. Pro Femina [Belgrade] 11 (1997): 123-29.

6. “Linguistic Minorities and Their Place in a New Europe.” The Belgrade Circle (1994.0): 137- 41.

5. “Robert Musil als Dramatiker, Theaterkritiker und -Theoretiker.” Special issue of Fidibus [Klagenfurt] (1991.1): 1-65.

4. “Stvaralaèko pozorište Roberta Muzila.” [Robert Musil’s Creative Theater]. Scena [Novi Sad] (May-June 1991): 37-45.

3. “Muzilov pojam pozorišne recepcije.” [Musil’s Notion of Reception in Theatre]. Scena [Novi Sad] (Sept-Oct. 1990): 75-8.

2. “Pesnièka kritika: Robert Muzil kao pozorišni kritièar.” [Poetic Criticism: Robert Musil as a Drama Critic]. Scena [Novi Sad] (Nov.-Dec. 1989): 125-30.

1. “Muzilova poetika.” [Musil’s Poetics]. Polja [Novi Sad] (Oct. 1989): 372-74.

Encyclopedia Entries

“Margit Kaffka.” The Literary Encyclopedia. Volume 1.8.2: Hungarian Writing and Culture.

Eds: John Cox and Virginia L. Lewis. 2428 words. http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=13825

Conference Proceedings

3. “Gender and the Formation of the Literary Canon.” Ed. Yi-qing Liu, Luo Peng, Kevin Yan and Yueping Zhang. Collected Essays and Speeches Contributed to “The International Conference on European Literature and Literary History.” Beijing: The Ethnic Publishing House, 2002. 506-12.

2. “Als Minderheit leben und überleben: Chancen für die Schweizer Rätoromanen.” Ed. Neide de Faria. Language and Literature Today: Proceedings of the XIXth Triennial Congress of the International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures. Brasília: Universidade de Brasília, 1996. 559-65.

1. “Geschwisterliebe und Androgynie in Robert Musils Die Schwärmer und Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften. Ed. Patricia Duquette et al. Proceedings and Commentary: 1993 New York University German Graduate Students Association Conference. New York: Ceed Group, 1994. 56-64.

Book Reviews

9. “Csobánka, Zsuzsa. 2013: Majdnem Auschwitz (‘Almost Auschwitz’). Hungarian Cultural Studies. e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association 8 (2015): http://ahea.pitt.edu DOI: 10.5195/ahea.2015.201: 216-8.

8. “Judit Kádár, Engedelmes lázadók: Magyar nőírók és nőideálkonstrukciók a 20. század első felében. [Obedient Rebels: Hungarian Women Writers and Constructions of the Ideal Femininity in the First Half of the 20th Century]. Hungarian Studies Review 42.1-2 (Fall 2015): 177-80.

7. “Brinker Gabler, Gisela. Image in Outline: Reading Lou Andreas-Salomé.” The German Quarterly. 86.4 (October 2013).

6. “The 1956 Revolution: Hungarian and Canadian Perspectives.Hungarian Studies Review 39.1-2 (2012): 147-51.

5. “An Early Austrian Feminist Classic: Rosa Mayreder’s Gender and Culture.” (2011) Web.  http://www.h-et.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=31347

4. “Rosa Mayreder, Der letzte Gott. Herausgegeben von Tatjana Popović.”  Modern Austrian Literature 43.2 (2010): 109-11.

3. “Christoph Hoffmann, ‘Der Dichter am Apparat.’” Seminar 35.2 (May 1999): 179-81.

2. “Beáta Nagy and Margit S. Sárdi, eds, ‘Szerep és alkotás.’” Hungarian Studies Review 26.1-2 (1999): 152-54.

1. “Gabriella Hima, ‘Dunkle Archive der Seele in hellen Gebärden des Körpers.’” Hungarian Studies Review 26.1-2 (1999). 159-60.

Invited Speaker

10. Participant in workshop “Wartime Rapes: Narratives and Memories of Intergenerational Trauma” organized by Rebecca Dolgoy and Amanda Montague, Dept. of English, University of Ottawa. February 18, 2016.

9. “Juliane Déry: Zwischen Kulturen und Identitäten.” International conference Transdifferenz, Migration und Alterität in den Literaturen Österreich-Ungarns. University of Vienna, November 29, 2014.

8. “Crisis Revisited: Austro-Hungarian Women Writers’ Visions of the Self, the Other, and of Tomorrow.” Department of Germanic Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago. October 24, 2012.

7. With Helga Thorson. “The Aesthetics of Change: Women Writers of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.” Invited presentation at the international conference Trans-Aesthetics: Crossing Central Europe. University of Alberta, April 2, 2012.

6. “Fin-de-Siècle Austrian and Hungarian Women Writers and the Creation of the Other.”  Department of Comparative Literature, University of Szeged (Hungary). May 6, 2009.

5.  “Porn and Pop Culture: A Feminist Reflection.” Department of Gender Studies, Central European University, Budapest. May 4, 2009.

4. “Misogyny and its Impact on Women’s Equality in the Contemporary World.” Oxford Round Table, Oxford University. March 20, 2008.

3. “Fin-de-Siècle Austrian Feminist Writers and the Construction of the Other.” Department of German, Queen’s University. March 2, 2007.

2. “Hungarian Feminism Then and Now.” On the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Graduate Programme in Interdisciplinary Studies at York University. March 16, 2001.

1. Lecture on Verena Stefan, Goethe-Institut Ottawa, 2001.

Papers Read

43. “Representations of WWII sexual violence and trauma: Hungarian women narrating wartime rapes.” HSAC Annual Conference. Calgary, AB, 30 May, 2016.

42. “Wartime Rapes, Trauma and Haunting: Gabi Köpp’s Warum war ich bloß ein Mädchen, Leonie Biallas’ “Komm, Frau, raboti.” Ich war Kriegsbeute and Renate Meinhhof’s Das    Tagebuch der Maria Meinhof.“ CAUTG Annual Conference. Calgary, AB, 29 May,   2016.

41. “ Setting Things In Motion: Cinematographic Representations of Wartime Rapes in A Woman in Berlin (2008) and As If I Am Not There (2010).” Canadian Women’s Studies         Association/L’Association canadienne des études sur les femmes Annual Conference.   Ottawa, ON, 1 June, 2015.

40. “Defying the Narrative of National Homogeneity: Hybridity, Trauma and Survival in mundtot (silenced) and Leila, ein bosnisches Mädchen (Leila, A Girl From Bosnia).” ASN (Association for the Study of Nationalities) Annual Conference. New York, NY, 24 April, 2015.

39.”Éva Heyman, the Hungarian Anne Frank: Writing Against Persecution and Trauma.” HSAC Annual Conference. St. Catharines, ON, 26 May, 2014.

38. “Wartime Rapes, Trauma, Gender and Nation in A Woman in Berlin.” Association for the Study of Nationalities Annual Conference, New York, 24 April, 2014.

37. “Modernism(s) from the Margins: Women Writers from the Austro-Hungarian Peripheries.” Alternative Modernisms Conference. University of Cardiff, Wales, UK,  16 May,  2013.

36. “Polyxena Wesselényi’s Olaszhoni és schweizi utazás (Journey to Italy and Switzerland; 1842): The First Hungarian-Language Travel Narrative.” HSAC Annual Conference. Waterloo, ON, 27 May, 2012.

35. With Helga Thorson. “Shaking the Empire, Shaking Patriarchy: Austro-Hungarian Feminisms in a Trans-Regional and Trans-Border Context.” Annual Conference of the Austrian Studies Association (previously MALCA). Long Beach, CA, 27 April, 2012.

34. “Maria Janitschek’s Novel Stückwerk and her Ambiguous Representation of Juliane Déry.” CAUTG Annual Conference. Fredericton, NB, 31 May, 2011.

33. “Fin-de-Siècle Budapest in Two Novels by Tamás Kóbor and Terka Lux.” HSAC Annual Conference. Fredericton, NB,  30 May, 2011.

32.  “Exile and Masquerade: The Case of Juliane Déry.” German Women’s Writing in its European Context 1700-1900. London (UK), University of London, UK, 25 November, 2010.

31.  “Hybridity, Otherness and Gender in Marie Eugenie delle Grazie’s Autobiographical Prose.”  MALCA Annual Conference. Vienna, University of Vienna, 23 May, 2010.

30.  “The Hybrid and Her Other(s): Ethnicity and Gender in Marie Eugenie delle Grazie’s Short Prose.” CAUTG Annual Conference. Ottawa, Carleton University, 24 May, 2009.

29. “Juliane Déry: A Reappraisal.” HSAC Conference. Vancouver, BC,  31 May, 2008.
28. “The City in Fin-de-Si cle Austrian and Hungarian Women Writers’ Narratives.” Gender and Modernity in Central Europe: The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and its Legacy. Ottawa, 17 May, 2008.

27. “When the Special Girlfriend…: Lesbian Love and Fin-de-Si cle Austrian Women Writers.” MALCA Annual Conference. Edmonton, 15 April, 2007.

26. “Sexual Cripples and Moral Degenerates: Fin-de-Si cle Austrian Women Writers on Male Sexuality and Masculinity.” CAUTG Conference. Toronto, 29 May, 2006.

25. “The Female Subject in Fin-de-Si cle Hungarian Women Writers’ Prose.” Women as Subjects, Female Subjects. Debrecen, Hungary, 8 April, 2006.

24. “Representation of Male and Female Sexuality in Renée Erdõs’s Novel A nagy sikoly.” HSAC 20th Annual Conference. Winnipeg, 29 May, 2004.

23. “Challenging the Role of the Female Victim in Elfriede Jelinek’s Lust and Lilian Faschinger’s Magdalena Sünderin.” CAUTG Conference. Halifax, NS, 30 May, 2003.

22. “Representation of the City in Turn-of-the-Century Hungarian Women’s Narratives.” HSAC Conference. Halifax, 29 May, 2003.

21. “The Disintegration of the Self in ‘Venus am Kreuz’ by Else Kotányi-Jerusalem.” GSA Annual Conference. San Diego, USA, 5 October, 2002.

20. “Szikra alias Countess Teleki: A Hungarian Feminist Voice from the Fin de Si cle.” HSAC Conference. Toronto, 26 May, 2002.

19. “Gender and the Formation of the Literary Canon.” European Literature and Literary History, Beijing. 9-12 October, 2001.

18. “Modernity Revisited: Turn-of-the-Century Austrian Women Writers and the Question of Feminine Identity.” Women Who Dared Conference. Mount Holyoke College, USA, July 2001.

17. “Emma Ritoók’s Novel A szellem kalandorai [Intellectual Adventurers]: An Intellectual Document of the Fin-de-Si cle.” HSAC Annual Conference. Québec City, 24 May, 2001.

16. “Rosa Mayreder’s Anda Renata: A Female Faust?” WIGS 2000 Conference. Edinburgh, UK, 28-31 July 2000.

15. “Subjekt des eigenen Begehrens? Weibliche Sexualität aus weiblicher Sicht in der österreichischen Literatur des Fin-de-Si cle.” CAUTG Conference. Edmonton, 24- 27 May, 2000.

14. “The Question of Women’s Education in Turn-of-the-Century Hungarian Feminist Texts.” HSAC Conference. Edmonton, 26-27 May, 2000.

13. “A Desire of Their Own? Representations of Sexuality by Hungarian Women Writers at Two Fin-de-Si cles.” Women’s Worlds 99 Conference. Tromso, Norway, 21 June, 1999.

12. “Fin-de-Si cle Feminist Discourse in Austria and Hungary.” 6th ISSEI Conference. Haifa, Israel, 20 August, 1998.

11. “The ‘New Woman’ as Reflected in Fin-de-Si cle Hungarian Women’s Writing.” HSAC Conference. Ottawa, 27 May, 1998.

10. “Who Is Talking? Fin-de-Si cle Women’s Writing in Austria and Hungary.” South Central Women’s Studies Association Conference. Houston-Clear Lake, USA, 7 March 1998.

9. “The Centre and the Periphery in Gizella Mollináry’s Novel Betévedt Európába.” HSAC Conference. Toronto, 22 May 1997.

8. “Helene von Druskowitz and Fin-de-Siecle Gender Heteroglossia: The Dialogism of Misandry, Misogyny, and Feminism.” CAUTG Conference. St. John’s, NF, 1 June 1997.

7. “Hungarian Feminism: From its Emergence to the Present.” Feminist Generations. Bowling Green, Ohio, 3 February 1996.

6. “Zwischen Schatten des Mannes und utopischer Suche nach eigener Sprache: Robert Musils Frauenbild anhand der Essays und des Romans Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften.” Frauen-Literatur-Sprache: Interdisciplinary Aspects. Edmonton, 10 August 1995.

5. “Utopia and Dystopia in Sten Nadolny’s The Discovery of Slowness.” 19th Annual Society for Utopian Studies Conference. Toronto, 14 October 1994.

4. “Exile as the Losing and Finding of Herself or Requiem for a Lost Promised Land.” Women in German Conference. Great Barrington, USA, 29 October 1993.

3. “Als Minderheit leben und überleben: Chancen für die Schweizer Rätoromanen.” XIX International FILLM Congress. Brasília, 24 August 1993.

2. “Geschwisterliebe und Androgynie in Robert Musils Die Schwärmer und Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften.” German Graduate Students Association Conference. New York, 12 February 1993.

1. “Möglichkeiten und Schwierigkeiten eines autobiographischen Lesens von Musils Törleß.” 11. Internationales Robert-Musil-Sommerseminar. Klagenfurt, Austria. 25 August 1992.

Literary Translations

13. Translated several texts from Hungarian, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, and Slovenian for Shaking the Empire, Shaking Patriarchy: The Growth of a Feminist Consciousness in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. 356 manuscript pages. (see under Books Authored).

12. Co-translated several texts from German, Hungarian and Macedonian in The Third Shore: Women’s Fiction from East Central Europe. Ed. by A.S. and Luise von Flotow. Evanston: Northwestern UP, 2006.

11. Wagner, Nike. “Eros i Temida.” [Eros und Themis.] Karl Kraus: Figure jezièke sumnje. Ed. Obrad Saviæ. Beograd: Beogradski krug, 2001. 304-47.

10. Druskovic, Helene von. “Muškarac kao logicka i moralna nemogucnost.” [Der Mann als logische und sittliche Unmöglichkeit.] Pro Femina [Belgrade] 11 (1997): 130-2.

9. “Mlado madjarsko pesništvo 2.” [Young Hungarian Poets 2.]. Književna rec [Belgrade] 375 (May 10, 1991): 7.

8. “Mlado madjarsko pesništvo 1.” [Young Hungarian Poets 1.]. Književna reè [Belgrade] 373/374 (April 1991): 6.

7. Jünger, Ernst. “Kod zida vremena.” [An der Zeitmauer]. Gradac [Kragujevac] (January-June 1990): 140-88.

6. —. “Boravak u Dalmaciji.” [Dalmatinischer Aufenthalt]. Gradac [Kragujevac] (January-June 1990): 78-89.

5. Marcel, Gabriel. “Muzilov dnevnik.” ["Le journal de Robert Musil"]. Radio Sarajevo Treci Program [Sarajevo] (1990.68-69): 432-41.

4. Muzil, Robert. “Duh i iskustvo: beleške za citaoce koji su utekli pred propašcu Zapada (mart 1921).” ["Geist und Erfahrung: Anmerkungen für Leser, welche dem Untergang des Abendlandes entronnen sind"]. Radio Sarajevo Treci Program [Sarajevo] (1990.68-69): 382-92.

3. Strotzka, Hans. “Frojd i filozofija.” ["Freud und die Philosophie"]. Dijalog. [Sarajevo] (1990.1-2): 117-29.

2. Kunze, Reiner. “Divne godine.” [Die wunderbaren Jahre]. Quorum [Zagreb] (1989.1): 496-531.

1. Fassbinder, Rainer Werner. “Djubre, grad i smrt.” [Der Müll, die Stadt und der Tod]. Pismo [Belgrade] (Winter 1987-88): 68-100.

Creative Writing

5. “A nõ és a tó. – The Woman and the Lake.” Kaleidoscope 2.1 (1999 January-February): 19-22.

4. “Cut Off.” Human Rights and Women’s Realities: Reflections on Beijing and Beyond. Guelph: World University Service of Canada, 1996. 63-9.

3. “Toronto–Kingston, egy év után.” [Toronto-Kingston, One Year Later]. Szivárvány [Chicago-Budapest] 44.3 (1994): 140-3.

2. “La chatte.” Queen’s Journal [Kingston] 12 March 1993: 16 and 18.

Awarded the Queen’s Journal prize for best prose in French.

1. “Berlinske impresije.” [Impressions from Berlin] Odjek [Sarajevo] 30 November 1990: 8-9.