Volume 10 (2017) Forthcoming

TABLE OF CONTENTS ― 2017


 GENERAL ARTICLES

 Ferdinand, Siarl and Flora Komlosi. “The Use of Hungarian and Serbian in the City of Szabatka/Subotica: An Empirical Study.”

 Jankó, Ferenc. “Making Burgenland from Western Hungary: The Politics of Geographic Heritage and Identity in Interwar Austria.”

 Kádár, Judit. Republishing Pre-World War II Hungarian Women Writers After the Fall of Socialism.

 Kunt, Gergely. “Mapping the Intergenerational Memory of the Holocaust in Bystander Families: The Case of Sacha Batthanyi’s Und was hat das mit mir zu tun? [‘And What Does That Have To Do With Me?’]”

 Rosen, Ilana. "The Representation of Jews in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Hungarian Proverb Collections."

 Schwartz, Agatha.  “Creating a ‘Vocabulary of Rupture’ Following World War II Sexual Violence in Hungarian Women Writers’ Narratives”

 
CLUSTER: Comparative Studies in a Central European Context, I.

Articles

Kalman, György and Varga, Zoltán Z. “Introduction to Comparative Studies in a Central European Context”

Codău, Ana-Mária.  “The Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum (1877–1888) from the Perspective of its Relations with English Literature.”

 Kalavszky, Zsófia. “The Pushkin Myth and Cult in Central European Literature.”

 Hajdu, Péter. “The Case of Mór Jókai and the Detective Story.”

 Szolláth, Dávid. “Literary Modernism and Jewish Assimilation in Hungary.”

Cluster Reviews

 Kisery, András. Lénárt-Cheng, Helga and Zsuzsa Sándor. 2016. Lénárd Sándor – világok vándora. Budapest: L'Harmattan. 180 pp.

  Lo Bello, Maya. Gluck, Mary. 2016.The Invisible Jewish Budapest – Metropolitan Culture at the Fin de Siècle. Madison: University of Wisconsin P.

 Sherwood, Peter. András Kiséry, Zsolt Komáromy and Zsuzsanna Varga, eds. 2016. Worlds of Hungarian Writing - National Literature as Intercultural Exchange. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 284 pp.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 Varga, Zsuzsanna.  “Selected Bibliography of Interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies, 2016-2017.”

REVIEWS

 Behrendt, Andrew. Fodor Ferenc. 2016, Fodor Ferenc önéletírásai. Szerk. Győri Róbert és Steve Jobbitt. Budapest: ELTE Eötvös József Collegium.

 Biró, Ruth. Kandó-Melocco, Frerenc. 2015. An Anti-Nazi at Hitler's Table: Political Memoirs of a Hungarian Nobleman Who Dared to Oppose Both Hitler and the Communists. (trans. and ed. Esther Kandó Odescalchi). North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. 162 pp. Illus; Odescalchi, Esther Kando. 2016. My Escape: Memoirs of a Hungarian Teenage Freedom Fighter. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. Illus. 148 pp.

Blaikie, Evi. Loránt, André. 2016. Le Perroquet de Budapest. Paris: Viviane Hamy.

Botar, Oliver. Forgács, Éva. 2016. Hungarian Art – Confrontation and Revival in the Modern Movement. Los Angeles, CA: Doppelhouse. 304 pp.

Deak, George. Baczoni, Tamás, Tibor Balla and Kalav Bánffyné, eds. 2016. A nagy háború 1914-1918 kézzelfogható hadtörténelem [’The Great War 1914-1917. Concrete War History’] Budapest: Zrínyi Kiadó. 68 pp., 2 CD.

Fenyo, Mario. Ferdinandy, György. 2016. Fekete Karácsony. Budapest: Magyar Napló. 208 pp.

Gatto, Katherine. Veizer, Keith. 2015. VeizerVizerWiezerWieser – A Memoir, Eight Stories, and a Search from Granite City to Kompolt. UK: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Kapus, Erika. Menyhért, Anna. 2016. Egy szabad nő – Erdős Renée regényes élete. Budapest: General Press, Kft. 228 pp.

Láczo, Ferenc. No Ed. 2015. (Proceedings of:) Bevésett nevek - Az ELTE Holokauszt - és második világháborús emlékművének felavatásához kapcsolódó konferencia. ELTE Bölcsészettudományikar: Budapest.

 Láczo, Ferenc. No Ed. 2015. (Proceedings of:) Bevésett nevek - Az ELTE Holokauszt - és második világháborús emlékművének felavatásához kapcsolódó konferencia. ELTE Bölcsészettudományikar: Budapest.

Lewis, Ginny. John C. Swanson. 2016. Tangible Belonging – Negotiating Germanness in Twentieth-Century Hungary. Philadelphia: University of Pittsburgh Press.

 Ó hAnnracháin, Tadhg Pól. Eötvös, Baron, József. 2015. Poverty in Ireland 1837- A Hungarian's View (trans. Paul Sohar and László Bakos, Foreword by Tamás Magyarics). Dublin: Phaeton Publishing Ltd.

 Pereszlényi-Pinter, Martha. Fischer, Linda. 2014, The Memory Book – One Woman's Self-Discovery in the Mist of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. New York: Minted Prose. 326 pp.

 Rappaport, Dana. Sipos, János and Ufuk Tavkul. 2015. Karachay-Balkan Folksongs. Budapest: l'Harmattan.

 Schandl, Veronika. Glajar, Valentina, Alison Lewis and Corina L. Petrescu, eds. 2016.  Secret Police Files from the Eastern Bloc – Between Surveillance and Life Writing.  Suffolk, UK: Boydell and Brewer.

 Schwartz, Agatha. Zsadányi, Edit. 2015. Gendered Narrative Subjectivity – Some Hungarian and American Women Writers. Berlin, New York: Peter Lang. 145 pp.

 Szántó, Ildikó. Fenyves, Katalin and Marianne Szalay, eds.. 2015. A Holokauszt és a családom - A Facebook‐csoport történeteiből. Budapest: Park Kiadó. 336 pp.; Kis, Pál. 2016. Csilagal nem jó járni most. Budapest: Magvető Kiadó. 128 pp.

Timár, Eszter. Csehy, Zoltán. 2014. Szodoma és környéke – homszocialitás, barátságretorika és queer irányulások a magyar költészetben [‘Sodom and Its Environs: Homosocial Relations, Friendship Rhetoric and the Queer Turn in Hungarian Poetry’] . Budapest: Pesti Kalligram.

Todd, Cain. Hamvas, Béla. 2016. The Philosophy of Wine (trans. Peter Sherwood). Budapest: Medio Kiadó. 115 pp.

 Tőke, Lilla. Virginás, Andrea, ed. 2016. Cultural Studies Approaches in the Study of Eastern European Cinema – Spaces, Bodies, Memories. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 301 pp.

 Winick, Amber. Houze, Rebecca. 2015. Textiles, Fashion, and Design Reform in Austria-Hungary before the First World War. Surrey, England and Burlington VT: Ashgate Publishing.