Doporučená literatura – knihy:
Buss, D., & Herman, D. (2003). Globalizing Family Values. The Christian Right in International Politics.Minneapolis, London: University of Minnesota Press.
Datta, N. (2018, April). “Restoring the Natural Order”: The religious extremists’ vision to mobilize European societies against human rights on sexuality and reproduction. Brussels: European Parliamentary Forum on Population & Development.
Datta, N. (2020). Modern-day Crusaders in Europe. Tradition, Family and Prosperity: Analysis of a Transnational, Ultra-conservative, Catholic-inspired Influence Network. Political perspectives, 8(3), 69 – 105.
Durham, M., & Power, M. (2010). New Perspectives on the Transnational Right. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Fodor, E. (2022). The Gender Regime of Anti-Liberal Hungary. Palgrave Macmillan.
Graff, A., & Korolczuk, E. (2022). Anti- Gender Politics in the Populist Moment. London; New York: Routledge.
Kováts, E., & Poim, M. (2015). Gender as Symbolic Glue: The Position and Role of Conservative and Far Right Parties in the Anti-gender Mobilization in Europe. Brussels: Fondation for European Progressive Studies and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Budapest.
Krizsán, A., & Roggeband, C. (2021). Politicizing Gender and Democracy in the Context of the Istanbul Convention. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.
Kuhar, D., & Paternotte, D. (2017). Anti-Gender Campaigns in Europe. Mobilizing against Equality. London, New York: Rowman & Littlefield Ltd.
Lavizzari, A. (2020). Protesting Gender. The LGBTIQ Movement and its Opponents in Italy. Oxon & New York: Routledge.
Verloo, M. (2018). Varieties of Opposition to Gender Equality in Europe. New York, NY: Routledge.
Doporučená literatura – články
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Case, M. A. (2016). The Role of the Popes in the Invention of Complementarity and the Vatican’s Anathematization of Gender. Religion & Gender, 155 – 172.
Case, M. A. (2019). Trans Formations in the Vatican’s War on „Gender Ideology“. Signs: Journal of Woman in Culture and Society, 44(3), 639 – 664.
Corredor, E. (2019). Unpacking „Gender Ideology“ and the Global Right’s Antigender Countermovement. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 613 – 638.
Durham, M. (2006). The New Right, moral crusades and the politics of the family. Economy and Society, 22(2), 253 – 256.
Garbagnoli, S. (2016). Against the Heresy of Immanence: Vatican’s ‘Gender’ as a New Rhetorical Device Against Denaturalization of the Sexual Order. Religion and Gender 6(2), 187 – 204.
Geva, D. (2019). Non au gender: Moral epistemics and French conservative strategies of distinction. European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology.
Ghodsee, K. (2021). The Enemy of My Enemy Is My Friend: The Curious Tale of Feminism and Capitalism in Eastern Europe. V K. (. Bluhm, Gender and power in Eastern Europe : changing concepts of femininity and masculinity in power relations (stránky 15 – 25). Cham, Switzerland : Springer.
Grzebalska, W., & Pető, A. (2021) The gendered modus operandi of illiberal transformation in Hungary and Poland. Women’s Studies International Forum, 68, 164 – 172.
Guasti, P. (2021). Same Same, but Different: Domestic Conditions of Illiberal Backlash Against Universal Rights in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In A. Lorenz, & L. Anders, Illiberal Trends and Anti-EU Politics in East Central Europe (pp. 179 – 206). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Korolczuk, E. (2020). Counteracting Challenges to Gender Equality in the Era of Anti-Gender Campaigns: Competing Gender Knowledges and Affective Solidarity. Social Politics, 27 (4), 694 – 717.
Korolczuk, E., & Graff, A. (2018). Gender as “Ebola from Brussels”: The Anticolonial Frame and the Rise of Illiberal Populism. Signs (Chicago, Ill.), 43(3), 797 – 821.
Kováts, E. (2017). The Emergence of Powerful Anti-Gender Movements in Europe and the Crisis of Liberal Democracy. In M. Köttig, R. Bitzan, & A. Petö, Gender and Far Right Politics in Europe (pp. 175 – 190). This Palgrave Macmillan.
Lavizzari, A., & Prearo, M. (2018). The anti-gender movement in Italy: Catholic participation between electoral and protest politics. European Societies, 1 – 21.
Maďarová, Z. (2015). Love and Fear. Argumentative Strategies Against Gender Equality in Slovakia. In Anti-Gender Movements on the Rise? Strategising for Gender Equality in Central and Eastern Europe (Vol. 38). Heinrich Böll Stiftung.
Paternotte, D. (2015). Blessing the Crowds. Catholic Mobilisations against Gender in Europe. In S. Hark, & P.-I. Villa, Anti-Genderismus. Sexualität und Geschlecht als Schauplätze aktueller politischer Auseinandersetzungen. (pp. 129 – 148). EBA Package: All eBook Content.
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Svatoňová, E. (2021). “Gender Activists Will Kidnap Your Kids.” The Construction of Feminist and LGBT+ Rights Activists as the Modern Folk Devils in Czech Anti-gender Campaigns. Helsinky: Helsinky University Press.
Svatoňová, E. (2020). Where have all the normal men and women gone? The representation of masculinity and femininity in the anti-feminist discourses of the women’s far-right organisation Angry Mothers. Conjunctions Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation.
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