Hungarian Cultural Studies

Hungarian Cultural Studies, e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, a peer-reviewed, no fee open access annual scholarly journal which appears in September.

Hungarian Cultural Studies aims to be politically neutral, providing a scholarly forum for original research in or related to Hungarian Studies, that is, all aspects of Hungarian culture across the humanities and social science disciplines. Articles related to Hungarian diaspora communities as well as Hungarians in the neighboring states of Hungary are also of interest. Articles published are based on a wide range of perspectives and utilize a plurality of theories and methodologies, with a comparative, multicultural and multidisciplinary nature.


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Vol 12 (2019)

Table of Contents

Plenary Invited Paper: AHEA Conference, 2019, University of Pittsburgh

János Kenyeres
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1-27

General Articles

George Deák
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28-45
Alaaeldin Mahmoud
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46-64
Savita Gaur
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65-77
György Fogarasi
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78-91
Edit Zsadányi
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92-107
Jenő Palotai, Viktor Wetzl, Ákos Jarjabka
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108-124

Review Articles

András B. Göllner
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125-131
Peter Pastor
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132-149
Lilla Tőke
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150-161

In Memoriam: Steven Béla Várdy (1935-2018)

John J. Dwyer, Géza Jeszenszky, Tibor Frank
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162-165

Thematic Cluster: On Hungarian Historical, Literary and Filmic Constructions of Gender. Guest Editor: Enikő Bollobás

Enikő Bollobás
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166-171
Réka M. Cristian
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172-192
Louise O. Vasvári
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193-238
Dávid Szolláth
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239-254
Enikő Bollobás
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255-267
Pál Hegyi
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268-280
Zoltán Dragon
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281-289
Vera Benczik
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290-298

Bibliography

Zsuzsanna Varga
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299-309

Reviews

Anna Borgos
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310-313
Siarl Ferdinand
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314-316
László Szabolcs Gulyás
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317-320
Steven Jobbitt
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321-324
Maya J. Lo Bello
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325-328
László Munteán
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329-332
Mártha Pereszlényi-Pintér
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333-336
Corina L. Petrescu
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337-339
Veronika Schandl
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340-342
Agatha Schwartz
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343-346
Dávid Szőke
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347-350
Dávid Szőke
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351-353
Christopher Max VanDemark
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354-357