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Issue Title
 
Vol 5 (2012) 'Should We Leave or Stay?' Notes on Recent Hungarian Outmigration Abstract   PDF
Eva V. Huseby-Darvas
 
Vol 1 (2008) A filozófia és a fizika találkozása Abstract   PDF
Kissné Novák Éva
 
Vol 2 (2009) "A megcsalt férj", or Cunningly Lingual Wives in Hungarian Ballad Tradition Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 7 (2014) A Multilingual Monologue: Alexander Lenard’s Self-Translated Autobiography in Three Languages Abstract   PDF
Helga Lénárt-Cheng
 
Vol 10 (2017) A Novel of Forgetting Magda Szabó: Mózes egy, huszonkettő [Moses, Book I:22], the ultimate Kádárist novel Abstract
Csilla Kiss
 
Vol 5 (2012) A Selected and Annotated Bibliography for the Research of Official Surname Changes in Hungary Abstract   PDF
Tamás Farkas
 
Vol 2 (2009) A személyiség varázsa Abstract   PDF
Kissné Novák Éva
 
Vol 3 (2010) "A Szigeti Veszedelem" and the Turkish Wars Abstract   PDF
Enikő Molnár Basa
 
Vol 3 (2010) A töredezett (kulturális) test írása Polcz Alaine "Asszony a fronton" című művében Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 4 (2011) Ábrahám, Barna, ed.: "Magyar-szlovák terminológiai térdések /Maďar-Slovenské terminologické otázky" Abstract   PDF
Alexander Maxwell
 
Vol 5 (2012) Adam, Christopher, Tibor Egervari, Leslie Laczko, Judy Young, Eds. The 1956 Hungarian Revolution – Hungarian & Canadian Perspectives Abstract   PDF
Emese Ivan
 
Vol 6 (2013) Ádám Makkai: Polyglot Linguist, Poet and Literary Translator Between Languages Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 4 (2011) Ágai, Adolf: "Az örök zsidó. Régi naplók, életképek (1862-1906)" [The Eternal Jew: Old Diaries and Life Sketches (1862-1906)] Abstract   PDF
David Mandler
 
Vol 6 (2013) Agatha Hoff. Burning Horses - A Hungarian Life Turned Upside Down Abstract   PDF
Evi Blaikie
 
Vol 4 (2011) Agatha Schwartz: Shifting Voices. Feminist Thought and Women's Writing in Austria and Hungary Abstract   PDF
Anna Borgos
 
Vol 1 (2008) All Roads Lead To… Options and Variations in Acquiring Native Proficiency in Hungarian Abstract   PDF
Judit H. Ward, Sylvia D. Clark
 
Vol 9 (2016) Almási, Gábor and Lav Šubarić, eds. 2015. Latin at the Crossroads of Identity. Leiden: Brill. 326 pp. Abstract   PDF
Siarl Ferdinand
 
Vol 6 (2013) Amália Kerekes, Melinda Kindl, and Judit Szabó, eds. Post Festum. Szabadtéri játékok a két világháború között Salzburgban, Szegeden és Pécsett [Post Festum: Outdoor Festivals at Salzburg, Szeged and Pécs during the Interwar Period] Abstract   PDF
Alexander Vári
 
Vol 8 (2015) Apor, Péter. 2014. Fabricating Authenticity in Soviet Hungary – The Afterlife of the First Hungarian Soviet Republic in the Age of State Socialism. London: Anthem. 228 pp. Illus (Hungarian edition: Apor, Péter. 2014. Az elképzelt köztársaság. A Magyarországi Tanácsköztársaság utóélete 1945–1989. Budapest: Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpont. 228 o.) Abstract   PDF
András Schweitzer
 
Vol 6 (2013) Ármin Vámbéry (1832-1913) as a Historian of Early Hungarian Settlement in the Carpathian Basin Abstract   PDF
Nándor Dreisziger
 
Vol 10 (2017) Baczoni, Tamás, Tibor Balla et al. eds. 2014. A Nagy Háború, 1914-1918 - kézzelfogható hadtörténelem (The Great War, 1914-1918 - Tangible Military History]. Budapest: Zrínyi Kiadó, Honvédelmi Minisztérium Hadtörténeti Intézet és Múzeum munkatársai (Staff of the Institute and Museum of Military History Ministry of Defense). 68 pp. Two DVDs and fifty-six reproduced documentary inserts. Abstract   PDF
George Deák
 
Vol 6 (2013) Bálint Gárdos, Ágnes Péter, Natália Pikli, and Maté Vince, eds. Confrontations and Interactions- Essays on Cultural Memory Abstract   PDF
Marguerite De Huszar Allen
 
Vol 4 (2011) Bán, Zsófia and Turai, Hedvig, eds.: "Exposed Memories: Family Pictures in Private and Collective Memory" Abstract   PDF
Katalin Kádár Lynn
 
Vol 7 (2014) Bánó, András. 2013. "Észbontó élet: Kövesdy Pál regényes története. A ’30-as évek megpróbáltatásaitól kezdve az ukrajnai szörnyűségeken át a New York-i galériáig" (A Ravishing Life – the Novelized History of Pál Kövesdy from the 1930s Tribulations) Abstract   PDF
Gábor Takács
 
Vol 5 (2012) Bárdi, Nándor, Csilla Fedinec, László Szarka, eds. Minority Hungarian Communities in the Twentieth Century Abstract   PDF
Bálint Varga
 
Vol 5 (2012) Barraud, Clement William, S.J. Saint Elizabeth of Hungary. Historical Drama in Five Acts (1892) Abstract   PDF
Marianne Sághy
 
Vol 7 (2014) Berglund, Bruce R. and Brian Porter-Szűcs, eds. 2013. Christianity and Modernity in Eastern Europe. Budapest and New York: Central European University Press. 386 pp. Abstract   PDF
Dorottya Nagy
 
Vol 5 (2012) Bilingual Experience in the Hungarian and German Immigrant Communities of the San Francisco Bay Area Abstract   PDF
Gergely Tóth
 
Vol 8 (2015) Blomqvist, Anders E. B. 2014. Economic Nationalizing in the Ethnic Borderlands of Hungary and Romania: Inclusion, Exclusion, and Annihilation in Szatmár/Satu Mare 1867-1944 (Ph.D. Dissertation). Stockholm: Stockholm University. 400 pp. Abstract   PDF
Alexander Maxwell
 
Vol 7 (2014) Blomqvist, Anders E. B., Constantin Iordachi, Balázs Trencsényi (eds.) 2013. Hungary and Romania Beyond National Narratives - Comparisons and Entanglements in Nationalisms Across the Globe Vol. 10. Bern: Peter Lang. viii, 847 pp. Abstract   PDF
Andrew Ludányi
 
Vol 4 (2011) Borgos, Anna, ed. Eltitkolt évek: Tizenhat leszbikus életút. [Secret Years: Sixteen Lesbian Life Journeys] Abstract   PDF
Eszter Zsófia Tóth
 
Vol 4 (2011) Borgos, Anna: "Portrék a Másikról – Alkotónők és alkotótársak a múlt századelőn" [Portraits of the Other. Women Creative Artists and Creative Partners in the Last Century] Abstract   PDF
Nóra Séllei
 
Vol 6 (2013) Bridging Cultural Borders: American Students’ Pedagogical Cross-Cultural Experiences in Hungary Abstract   PDF
Jackie Greene, Elia Vázquez-Montilla
 
Vol 8 (2015) Communist Geography Instead of Nationalist Geography: The New Cadres and the Case of Sándor Radó Abstract   PDF
Róbert Győri
 
Vol 5 (2012) Concealed in the Open: Recipients of International Clandestine Jewish Aid in Early 1950s Hungary Abstract   PDF
Zachary Paul Levine
 
Vol 6 (2013) Contextualizing History in Hungarian Films of the New Millennium Abstract   PDF
Clara Orban
 
Vol 5 (2012) Cooper, Thomas. The Holocaust as Culture. A Conversation with Imre Kertész Abstract   PDF
Teri Szűcs
 
Vol 10 (2017) Correction to: Jobbitt, Steven. “Hungarian Martyrs, Refugees, and the Politics of Anticommunism in Salazar’s Portugal, 1956–1957.” Hungarian Cultural Studies. e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 9 (2016): DOI: 10.5195/ahea.2016.263 Abstract   PDF
Steven Jobbitt
 
Vol 10 (2017) Correction to: Kürti, László. “Review Article: Documenting Immigrants, Boarding Houses and Ethnographers. Burdosház Amerikából – Balogh Balázs néprajzkutató nyomában ('A Boarding House from America - in the Footsteps of Ethnographer Balázs Balogh'). Directed by Dezső Zsigmond, produced by Dunatáj Alapítvány, Camera: Arthur Bálint, 2015, 50:39 minutes.” Hungarian Cultural Studies. e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 9 (2016) DOI: 10.5195/ahea.2016.237 Abstract   PDF
László Kürti
 
Vol 10 (2017) Correction to: Valuch, Tibor. “Following the Life Stories of Participants in the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.” Hungarian Cultural Studies. e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 9 (2016) DOI: 10.5195/ahea.2016.253 Abstract   PDF
Tibor Valuch
 
Vol 10 (2017) Correction to: Vasvári, Louise O. “The Yellow Star and Everyday Life under Exceptional Circumstances: Diaries of 1944-1945 Budapest.” Hungarian Cultural Studies. e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 9 (2016) DOI: 10.5195/ahea.2016.260 Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 10 (2017) Creating a “Vocabulary of Rupture” Following WWII Sexual Violence in Hungarian Women Writers’ Narratives Abstract   PDF
Agatha Schwartz
 
Vol 4 (2011) Critical Recognition of Women's Literature in Hungary: Reception of the 'Kitakart Psyché' Series, 2005-2011 Abstract   PDF
Rachel Miller
 
Vol 9 (2016) Csapody, Tamás. 2014. Bortól Szombathelyig - Tanulmányok a bori munkaszolgálatról és a bori munkaszolgálatosok részleges névlistája ('From Bor to Szombathely- Studies on the Forced Labor Service at Bor Camp and the Partial List of the Forced Laborers in Bor'). Budapest: Zrinyi Kadó. 254 pp. ; Csapody, Tamás. 2015. A Cservenkai tömeggyilkosság ('The Mass Murder at Cservenka'). Budapest: Zsidó Tudományok Szabadegyeteme Alapítvány. 150 pp. Abstract   PDF
Julia Bock
 
Vol 5 (2012) Csapody, Tamás. Bori Munkaszolgálatosok: Fejezetek a Bori Munkaszolgálat Történetéből. [The Forced Laborers of Bor: Chapters from the History of the Forced Laborers of Bor] Abstract   PDF
Julia Bock
 
Vol 9 (2016) Cseh, Tibor. 2014. Csernátontól a Reménység Taváig: Válogatott írások ('From Csernáton to Lake Hope - Collected Writings'). Compiled and edited by Andrew Ludanyi. Budapest: Fekete Sas Publishers. 520 pp. Abstract   PDF
Judith Kesserű Némethy
 
Vol 10 (2017) Csehy, Zoltán. 2014. Szodoma és környéke: Homoszocialitás, barátságretorika és queer irányulások a magyar költészetben ('Sodom and its Environs: Homosociality, Friendship Rhetoric and Queer Orientations in Hungarian Poetry'). Budapest: Kalligram. Abstract   PDF
Eszter Timár
 
Vol 5 (2012) Csepeli, György, István Murányi, Gergő Prazsák. Új tekintélyelvűség a mai Magyarországon Abstract   PDF
Mihály Szilágyi-Gál
 
Vol 8 (2015) Csobánka, Zsuzsa. 2013: Majdnem Auschwitz ('Almost Auschwitz'). Budapest: Kalligram. 279 pp. Abstract   PDF
Agatha Schwartz
 
Vol 4 (2011) Cynical References to Political Correctness in Hungarian Media in the 2000s Abstract   PDF
Erzsébet Barát
 
Vol 9 (2016) Dani, Erzsébet. Identitásgyarmatosítás Erdélyben: Identitásdrámák és interkulturális stratégiák a Trianon utáni székelymagyar irodalomban ('Identity Colonization in Transylvania: The Presence of Identity Narratives and Intercultural Strategies in the Literature of the Székely Magyars After Trianon'). Csíkszereda: Pro-Print Publishers, 2016. 287 pp. Abstract   PDF
Andrew Ludanyi
 
Vol 5 (2012) Danilo Kiš and the Hungarian Holocaust: The Early Novel Psalm 44 Abstract   PDF
John K. Cox
 
Vol 8 (2015) Deák, István. 2015. Europe on Trial: The Story of Collaboration, Resistance and Retribution during World War II. Boulder: Westview Press. 257 pp. with maps and photographs. Abstract   PDF
Kees Boterbloem
 
Vol 7 (2014) Death of a Nation? Debating the Great Transatlantic Emigration from Hungary, 1900-1914 Abstract   PDF
István Kornél Vida
 
Vol 5 (2012) Dent, Bob. Inside Hungary From Outside Abstract   PDF
Györgyi Horváth
 
Vol 8 (2015) Dés, Mihály. 2013. Pesti barokk ['Budapest-Style Baroque']. Budapest: Magvető. 552 pp. Abstract   PDF
Mario Fenyő
 
Vol 5 (2012) Displaying Diaspora: Chinese Christian Presence in Hungary after 1989 Abstract   PDF
Dorottya Nagy
 
Vol 5 (2012) Disputed Past: The Friendship and Competing Memories of Anna Lesznai and Emma Ritoók Abstract   PDF
Judith Szapor
 
Vol 1 (2008) Diversity in Elementary Schools in Hungary Abstract   PDF
Tünde Szécsi
 
Vol 7 (2014) East and West in Modern Hungarian Politics Abstract   PDF
Katalin Rac
 
Vol 7 (2014) Educating Apostles of the Homeland: Tourism and "Honismeret" in Interwar Hungary Abstract   PDF
Andrew Behrendt
 
Vol 9 (2016) Empress Elisabeth (‘Sisi’) of Austria and Patriotic Fashionism Abstract   PDF
Christopher M. VanDemark
 
Vol 4 (2011) English-Language Bibliography of Interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2010-2011 Abstract   PDF
Gergely Tóth, Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 5 (2012) English-Language Bibliography of Interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2011-2012 Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 10 (2017) Eötvös, Baron József. 2015. Poverty in Ireland 1837 ̶ A Hungarian’s View ̶ Szegénység Irlandban. Trans. Paul Sohar and László Bakos. Dublin: Phaeton Publishing Ltd. Abstract   PDF
Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin
 
Vol 4 (2011) Eva Livia Corredor: "East-West Odyssey"; Zsuzsanna Lápossy Diosy:"Life behind the Iron Curtain"; Kati Marton: "Enemies of the People. My Family’s Journey to North America" Abstract   PDF
Enikő Basa
 
Vol 5 (2012) Exiled Hungarians in Argentina 1948-1968: The Formation of a Community Abstract   PDF
Judith Kesserű Némethy
 
Vol 5 (2012) Extra Hungariam Non Est Vita? The Relationships between Hungarian Immigrants and Their Homeland Abstract   PDF
Éva V. Huseby-Darvas
 
Vol 4 (2011) Fábián, Katalin: "Contemporary Women’s Movements in Hungary: Globalization, Democracy and Gender Equality" Abstract   PDF
Penny Shima Glanz
 
Vol 5 (2012) Farkas, Tamás, Kozma, István, eds. A családnév-változtatások történetei időben, térben, társadalomban. [The Histories of Family Name Changes in Time, Space and Society] Abstract   PDF
Mariann Slíz
 
Vol 10 (2017) Fehérváry, Krisztina. 2013. Politics in Color and Concrete: Socialist Materialities and the Middle Class in Hungary. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. 288 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
László Munteán
 
Vol 4 (2011) Fenyves, Katalin: "Képzelt asszimiláció? Négy zsidó értelmiségi nemzedék önképe" [Imagined Assimilation? The Self-Representation of Four Generations of Jewish Intellectuals] Abstract   PDF
Mary Gluck
 
Vol 7 (2014) Ferdinandy, György. 2013. Mélyebbre - elbeszélések, jegyzetek (Dig Deeper – Short Stories and Notes). Budapest: Magyar Napló. 296 pp. Abstract   PDF
Mario Fenyő
 
Vol 10 (2017) Ferdinandy, György. 2016. Fekete karácsony (‘Black Christmas’). Budapest: Fókusz Egyesület/Magyar Napló Kiadó. 203 pp. Photos. Abstract   PDF
Mario D. Fenyo
 
Vol 10 (2017) 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. Abstract   PDF
Martha Pereszlényi-Pintér
 
Vol 7 (2014) Fischer, Wladimir, Waltraud Heindl, Alexandra Millner, Wolfgang Müller-Funk, eds. 2010. Grenzen und Räume in Österreich-Ungarn 1867–1918. (Borders and Spaces in Austria-Hungary 1867-1918) Abstract   PDF
Katalin Fenyves
 
Vol 10 (2017) Fodor, Ferenc. 2016. Fodor Ferenc önéletirásai ('The Autobiographical Writings of Ferenc Fodor'). Ed. Róbert Győri and Steven Jobbitt. Budapest: ELTE Eötvös József Collegium. 350 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Andrew Behrendt
 
Vol 9 (2016) Following the Life Stories of Participants in the 1956 Hungarian Revolution Abstract   PDF
Tibor Valuch
 
Vol 10 (2017) Forgács, Éva. 2016. Hungarian Art: Confrontation and Revival in the Modern Movement. Los Angeles: DopppelHouse Press. Abstract   PDF
Oliver A. I. Botar
 
Vol 7 (2014) Fragments of a Hungarian Past in the Literature of 1.5 and Second-Generation Austro-Hungarian Immigrants in Israel Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 4 (2011) Frank, Tibor: "Double Exile: Migrations of Jewish-Hungarian Professionals through Germany to the United States, 1919-1945." Abstract   PDF
Andrew Felkay
 
Vol 9 (2016) Friedmann, Robbie. 2014. 28 Letters – the Short Life of Renée (Baba) Friedmann on Not So Calm Waters. San Francisco, London: Blurb.com. An English, Hungarian and Hebrew Edition. 440 pp. Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 6 (2013) From Autobiography to Fiction, or Translating Géza Csáth’s Diary from Hungarian to French and to Polish Abstract   PDF
Mateusz Chmurski
 
Vol 8 (2015) From the Bright Future of the Nation to the Dark Future of Mankind: Jókai and Karinthy in Hungarian Utopian Tradition Abstract   PDF
Zsolt Czigányik
 
Vol 5 (2012) Gál, Vilmos. Hungary at the World Fairs: 1851-2010 Abstract   PDF
Zsuzsanna Tóth
 
Vol 7 (2014) Gecser, Ottó, József Laszlovszky, Balázs Nagy, Marcell Sebők, Katalin Szende, eds. 2011. Promoting the Saints – Cults and their Contexts from Late Antiquity until the Early Modern Period – Essays in Honor of Gábor Klaniczay for his 60th Birthday. Budapest: Central European University Press. 325 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Kathleen V. Kish
 
Vol 4 (2011) Genetic Research and Hungarian "Deep Ancestry" Abstract   PDF
Nándor Dreisziger
 
Vol 7 (2014) Gere, Zsolt. 2013. Vörösmarty Mihály Epikus Korszakának Irodalom és Recepciótörténeti Kontextusai (The Writing and Reception Contexts of Mihály Vörösmarty 's Epic Writing) Ph.D Dissertation. Szeged: Szeged University. 275 pp. Illus. (http://doktori.bibl.u-szeged.hu/1781/1/Gere%20Zsolt%20- %20PhD-dolgozat.pdf) [Szebb idők - Vörösmarty epikus korszakának rétegei; Budapest: Argumentum Kiadó, 2013] Abstract   PDF
Enikő M. Basa
 
Vol 4 (2011) Gerő, András: "Public Space in Budapest: The History of Kossuth Square" Abstract   PDF
Agata Lisiak
 
Vol 10 (2017) Glajar, Valentina, Alison Lewis and Corina L. Petrescu (eds.). 2016. Secret Police Files from the Eastern Bloc – Between Surveillance and Life Writing. Rochester, NY: Camden House, Boydell and Brewer. 237 pp. Abstract   PDF
Veronika Schandl
 
Vol 7 (2014) Glant, Tibor. 2013. "Amerika, a csodák és csalódások földje." (America, the Land of Wonders and Disappointments.) Abstract   PDF
Susan Glanz
 
Vol 10 (2017) Gluck, Mary. 2016. The Invisible Jewish Budapest: Metropolitan Culture at the Fin de Siècle. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. 251 pp. (Gluck, Mary. 2017. A láthatatlan zsidó Budapest. Budapest: Múlt és Jövő Alapítvány. 224 pp). Abstract   PDF
Maya J. Lo Bello
 
Vol 7 (2014) Gordon, Agáta. 2011. Magdolna lányai: Az Úrnő könyve (The Womenfolk of the Magdolna Quarter: The Lady’s Book). Budapest: Centrifuga eKiadó. 89 pp. Abstract   PDF
Angéla Kóczé
 
Vol 4 (2011) Grammatical Gender Trouble and Hungarian Gender[lessness]. Part I: Comparative Linguistic Gender Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 6 (2013) György Faludy. Silver Pirouettes. Trans. Paul Sohar. Abstract   PDF
Péter Hargitai
 
Vol 9 (2016) Hajdu, Tibor and Ferenc Pollmann. 2014. A régi Magyarország utolsó háborúja 1914–1918 (‘The Last War of Old Hungary 1914–1918’). Budapest: Osiris. 415 pp. With maps and photographs. Abstract   PDF
Peter Pastor
 
Vol 10 (2017) Hamvas, Béla. 2016. The Philosophy of Wine (trans. Peter Sherwood). Budapest: Medio Kiadó. 115 pp. Abstract   PDF
Cain Todd
 
Vol 7 (2014) Hargitai, Peter. 2013. Who Let the Bats Out? Twisted Tales from Transylvania. Bloomington: iUniverse. 170 pp., illus. Dianne Marlene Hargitai Abstract   PDF
Mártha Pereszlényi-Pintér
 
Vol 7 (2014) Hargitai, Peter. 2014. Barbarian Fantasy. Gulfport, FL: ipubs. Abstract   PDF
Paul Sohar
 
Vol 8 (2015) Hock, Beáta. 2013. Gendered Artistic Positions and Social Voices - Politics, Cinema and the Visual Arts in State-Socialist and Post-Socialist Hungary. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag. 284 pp. illus. Abstract   PDF
Lilla Tőke
 
Vol 5 (2012) Hollywood on the Danube: Hungarian Filmmakers in a Transnational Context Abstract   PDF
Catherine Portuges
 
Vol 9 (2016) Hooker, Lynn M. 2013. Redefining Hungarian Music from Liszt to Bartók. New York: Oxford University Press. 320 pp. Abstract   PDF
János Sipos
 
Vol 10 (2017) Houze, Rebecca. 2015. Textiles, Fashion and Reform in Austria-Hungary Before the First World War - Principles of Dress. Farham, Surrey and Burlington, VT: Ashgate. 384 pp. 79 col. Plates. 109 b. and w. illus. Abstract   PDF
Amber Winick
 
Vol 7 (2014) Human Geography, Cartography, and Statistics: A Toolkit for Geopolitical Goals in Hungary until World War II Abstract   PDF
Ferenc Gyuris
 
Vol 6 (2013) Hungarian gyerekestül vs. gyerekkel (‘with [the] kid’) Abstract   PDF
István Fekete
 
Vol 7 (2014) Hungarian Is No "Idioma Incomparabile": The Hungarian Language Reform in European Comparison Abstract   PDF
Johanna Laakso
 
Vol 9 (2016) Hungarian Martyrs, Refugees, and the Politics of Anticommunism in Salazar’s Portugal, 1956–1957 Abstract   PDF
Steven Jobbitt
 
Vol 8 (2015) Hungarian Population Discourses in the Twentieth Century: The Problem of Declining Birth Rates Abstract   PDF
Ildikó Szántó
 
Vol 9 (2016) Hungarian Refugees of 1956: From the Border to Austria, Camp Kilmer, and Elsewhere Abstract   PDF
James P. Niessen
 
Vol 7 (2014) Hungarian Women’s Holocaust Life Writing in the Context of the Nation’s Divided Social Memory, 1944-2014 Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 2 (2009) Hungarians in the New World: A Grandchild’s Perspective Abstract   PDF
Patricia Valdata
 
Vol 3 (2010) Hungary and the United States: A Comparison of Gifted Education Abstract   PDF
Julianna Connelly
 
Vol 6 (2013) Ilona Kovács, ed. Katonalevelek - Az amerikai magyarok második generációja az amerikai hadseregben a második világháború idején, 1942-1945 [Soldier Letters- Second Generation American Hungarian Soldiers in the US Army during World War II, 1942-1945] Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 1 (2008) Imaging the Sport of Golf – Envisioning Communities Abstract   PDF
Emese Ivan
 
Vol 1 (2008) Impact of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution in Argentina Abstract   PDF
Judith Kesserű Némethy
 
Vol 4 (2011) Impersonal Narration in the Prose of Margit Kaffka, Emma Ritoók and Jolán Földes Abstract   PDF
Edit Zsadányi
 
Vol 4 (2011) Interview with Erzsébet Barát, Organizer of the Annual Conference, Language, Ideology, Media: Gender/Sexuality Relations in Hungary Abstract   PDF
Erzsébet László
 
Vol 10 (2017) Introduction to Comparative Studies in the Central European Context Abstract   PDF
György C. Kálmán, Zoltán Z. Varga
 
Vol 7 (2014) Introduction: Questions of Space and Place in Scholarship on Modern Hungary Abstract   PDF
Steven Jobbitt, Róbert Győri
 
Vol 7 (2014) Ironic Narrative Agency as a Method of Coping with Trauma in the Diary-Memoir of Margit K., a Female Holocaust Survivor Abstract   PDF
Gergely Kunt
 
Vol 5 (2012) Issues of Assimilation, Language and Identity in the Lives of Young Max Nordau and Tivadar Herzl Abstract   PDF
Hedvig Ujvári
 
Vol 4 (2011) Jelinek, Yeshayahu A.: "The Carpathian Diaspora: The Jews of Subcarpathian Rus' and Mukachevo" Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 5 (2012) Jewish Name Magyarization in Hungary Abstract   PDF
Tamás Farkas
 
Vol 8 (2015) Juckes, Tim. 2012. The Parish and Pilgrimage Church of St Elizabeth in Košice - Town, Court, and Architecture in Late Medieval Hungary (Architectura Medii Aevi 6). Turnhout: Brepols. XII+292 pp. 224 figs. Abstract   PDF
Marianne Sághy
 
Vol 6 (2013) Judit Kováts. Megtagadva [Denied] Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 6 (2013) Judith Szapor, Andrea Pető, Maura Hametz, & Marina Calloni, eds. Jewish Intellectual Women in Central Europe 1860-2000 - Twelve Biographical Essays Abstract   PDF
Ágnes Vashegyi MacDonald
 
Vol 4 (2011) Kádár Lynn, Katalin, ed.: " Through an American Lens, Hungary, 1938: Photographs by Margaret Bourke-White" Abstract   PDF
Joyce Berczik Corbett
 
Vol 10 (2017) Kandó-Melocco, Ferenc. 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 Kando 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. Abstract   PDF
Ruth G. Biro
 
Vol 9 (2016) Kányádi, Sándor. 2013. In Contemporary Tense (trans. Paul Sohar). Arad, Romania: Irodalmi Jelen Könyvek. Published in the United States by Iniquity Press. 342 pages. Abstract   PDF
Peter Hargitai
 
Vol 7 (2014) Kelemen, János. 2013. The Rationalism of Georg Lukács. Basingstoke: Macmillan, Palgrave Pivot. 144 pp. Abstract   PDF
Mihály Szilágyi-Gál
 
Vol 4 (2011) Kereszty, Orsolya. Nőnevelés és nemzetépítés Magyarországon 1867-1918. Sopron: Novum Publisher Abstract   PDF
Adrienn Nagy
 
Vol 9 (2016) Kind-Kovács, Friederike. 2014. Written Here, Published There - How Underground Literature Crossed the Iron Curtain. Budapest: Central European University Press. 520 pp. Abstract   PDF
Miklós Haraszti
 
Vol 5 (2012) Király, Péter. A honalapítás vitás eseményei: A kalandozások és a honfoglalás éve [The Disputed Events of the Establishment of a Homeland: The Marauding Expeditions and the Year of the Conquest]. Abstract   PDF
Nándor Dreisziger
 
Vol 7 (2014) Kirkham, Pat, ed. 2013. Eva Zeisel: Life, Design, and Beauty. San Francisco: Chronicle Books. 255 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Judith Szapor
 
Vol 10 (2017) Kis, Pál. 2016. Csillaggal nem jó járni most. Kis Pál budapesti fényképész naplója 1944. október-december ('Better Not Walk around with the Star Now - the Budapest Diary of Pál Kis between October and December 1944'). Foreword by Pál Závada. Budapest: Magvető. 128 pp. Photos; Fenyves, Katalin and Marianne Szalay, eds. 2015. A holokauszt és a családom ('The Holocaust and My Family'). Budapest: Park Könykiadó. 492 pp. Photos. Abstract   PDF
Ildikó Szántó
 
Vol 5 (2012) Kisantal, Tamás and Anna Menyhért, eds. Művészet és hatalom: a Kádár-korszak művészete [Art and Power. Art During the Kádár-Epoch] Abstract   PDF
Ágnes Vashegyi MacDonald
 
Vol 10 (2017) Kiséry, András, Zsolt Komáromy and Zsuzsanna Varga, eds. 2016. Worlds of Hungarian Writing - National Literature as Intercultural Exchange. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press and Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 272 pp. Abstract   PDF
Peter Sherwood
 
Vol 4 (2011) Kiss, Dénes: "Emberszám" Abstract   PDF
István Fekete
 
Vol 9 (2016) Kiss, Réka and Attila Viktor Soós, eds. 2015. Keletről Nyugatra. A kommunista mozgalom titkos pénzei ('From East to West - the Secret Money of the Communist Movement'). Budapest: Nemzeti Emlékezet Bizottsága. 144 pp. Abstract   PDF
Susan Glanz
 
Vol 5 (2012) Kocsis, Aranka. Magyar Faluk és Magyar Falusiak a Szlovák Fôvárosban. Városiasodás és Etnicitás a 20. Század Pozsony Szélén [Hungarian Villages and Hungarian Villagers in the Slovakian Capital. Urbanization and Ethnicity] Abstract   PDF
Eva V. Huseby-Darvas
 
Vol 5 (2012) Kopacsi-Gelberger, Judit Heroes Don't Cry Abstract   PDF
Susan Glanz
 
Vol 8 (2015) Körner, András. 2013. Egy vonakodó zsidó ('A Reluctant Jew'). Budapest: 2B Kulturális és Művészeti Alapítvány. Abstract   PDF
Paul Varnai
 
Vol 7 (2014) Kovács, Mária M.2012: "Törvénytől sújtva – a numerus clausus Magyarországon, 1920-1945" (Down by the Law - the Numerus Clausus in Hungary, 1920-1945) Abstract   PDF
Tamás Kovács
 
Vol 4 (2011) Language about Language: Notes On The New Hungarian Media Laws Abstract   PDF
Peter Sherwood
 
Vol 8 (2015) Language Play and Linguistic Hybridity as Current Trends in Hungarian Word-Formation Abstract   PDF
Réka Benczes, Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra
 
Vol 4 (2011) Languages of Exile and Community in Dezső Kosztolányi's Esti Kornél Cycles Abstract   PDF
Adriana Varga
 
Vol 8 (2015) Lenard, Alexander. 2013. Stories of Rome (trans. Mark Baczoni). Budapest: Corvina. 241 pp. Abstract   PDF
Helga Lénárt-Cheng
 
Vol 10 (2017) Lénárt-Cheng, Helga, and Zsuzsa Vajdovics. 2015. Lénárd Sándor: Világok Vándora ['Alexander Lenard: Wanderer of Worlds']. Budapest: L’Harmattan. 180 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
András Kiséry
 
Vol 8 (2015) Lessons from Objects: Designing a Modern Hungarian Childhood 1890-1950 Abstract   PDF
Amber Winick
 
Vol 5 (2012) Lisiak, Agata Anna. Urban Cultures in (Post)Colonial Central Europe Abstract   PDF
Alexander Vari
 
Vol 10 (2017) Literary Modernism, Anti-Semitism, Jewishness and the Anxiety of Assimilation in Interwar Hungary Abstract   PDF
Dávid Szolláth
 
Vol 10 (2017) Loránt, Endre. 2016. A budapesti papagáj ('The Budapest Parrot') (trans. Zsuzsa Mihályi). Budapest: Kijárat. 264 pp. (originally published as: Lorant, André. 2006. Le Perroquet de Budapest, Une enfance revisitée ['The Parrot – A Budapest Childhood Revisited']). Paris: Viviane Hamy. 281 pp.); Lorant, André. 2017. Fugato. Paris: Cohen & Cohen. 263 pp. Abstract   PDF
Evi Blaikie
 
Vol 10 (2017) Making Burgenland from Western Hungary: Geography and the Politics of Identity in Interwar Austria Abstract   PDF
Ferenc Jankó, Steven Jobbitt
 
Vol 8 (2015) Making the Space-Economy of Socialist Hungary: The Significance of the Division of Labor Abstract   PDF
Márton Czirfusz
 
Vol 8 (2015) Mandler, David. 2014. Kelet és nyugat mezsgyéjén – Vámbéry Ármin és a Brit Birodalom ('On the Border between East and West – Arminius Vámbéry and the British Empire'). Budapest: Múlt és Jövő Kiadó. 223 pp. Abstract   PDF
Anna Szalai
 
Vol 10 (2017) Mapping the Intergenerational Memory of the Holocaust in Hungarian Bystander Families: The Case of Sacha Batthyány’s Identity Novel, Und was hat das mit mir zu tun? [‘And What Does That Have to Do With Me?’] Abstract   PDF
Gergely Kunt
 
Vol 8 (2015) Márai, Sándor. 2013. The Withering World (trans. John M. Ridland and Peter V. Czipott). Richmond, Surrey, UK: Alma Books. 242 pp. Abstract   PDF
Paul Sohar
 
Vol 10 (2017) Menyhért, Anna. 2016: Egy szabad nő, Erdős Renée regényes élete (‘A Free Woman, The Remarkable Life of Renée Erdős’). Budapest: General Press. 231 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Erika Kapus
 
Vol 7 (2014) Molnár, Virág. 2013. "Building the State: Architecture, Politics, and State Formation in Postwar Central Europe" Abstract   PDF
László Munteán
 
Vol 6 (2013) Mónika Kozári. A nyugdíjrendszer magyarországon Mária Teréziától a második világháborúig [The Pension System in Hungary from Maria Theresa to World War II] Abstract   PDF
Balázs Sipos
 
Vol 5 (2012) Multicultural Societies: Kálmán Mikszáth, Pál Závada and Péter Huncik Abstract   PDF
Enikő Molnár Basa
 
Vol 8 (2015) Myth or Reality? Ottoman Support for Hungarian Rebels in Light of a Secret Transylvanian Mission to the Porta (1669-1670) Abstract   PDF
Georg B. Michels
 
Vol 7 (2014) Nationalism and Hungarian Education Policy: Are the Literary Works of Cécile Tormay, József Nyirő, and Albert Wass Appropriate for the Hungarian School Curriculum? Abstract   PDF
Ágnes Huszár
 
Vol 9 (2016) Nemes, Robert. 2016. Another Hungary: The Nineteenth-Century Provinces in Eight Lives. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 292 p. Abstract   PDF
Alexander Maxwell
 
Vol 4 (2011) Némethy, Judit Kesserű: “Szabadságom lett a börtönöm”: Az argentínai magyar emigráció története 1948-1968 Abstract   PDF
Andrew Ludanyi
 
Vol 9 (2016) Némethy, Judith Kesserű, ed. 2015. 21st Century Hungarian Language Survival in Transylvania. Reno, NV: Helena History Press. 366 pp. Maps. Abstract   PDF
Kenneth Nyirady
 
Vol 9 (2016) Niran, Judit. 2014. Jelek a vízen ('Signs on the Water'). Budapest: Libri. 260 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 7 (2014) Nopcsa, Baron Franz. 2014. Traveler, Scholar, Politician, Adventurer – A Transylvanian Baron at the Birth of Albanian Independence (ed. and trans. from German Robert Elsie). Budapest: Central European University Press. 227 pp. Abstract   PDF
David Mandler
 
Vol 5 (2012) Nye, Mary Jo. Michael Polanyi and His Generation; Origins of the Social Construction of Science Abstract   PDF
Judith Szapor
 
Vol 4 (2011) Ozsvath, Zsuzsanna: "When the Danube Ran Red"; Mandel, Eva Marika: "Le Livre de Mana"; Roth, Marika: "All the Pretty Shoes; A Memoir of Survival and the Feminine Spirit". Abstract   PDF
Evi Blaikie
 
Vol 4 (2011) Palasik, Mária: "Félelembe zárt múlt: Politikai gyilkosságok Gyömrőn és környékén 1945-ben" [A Past Kept Secret Through Fear: Political Murders in Gyömrő and the Surroundings in 1945] Abstract   PDF
Deborah Cornelius
 
Vol 6 (2013) Paulina Bren and Mary Neuburger, eds. Communism Unwrapped - Consumption in Cold War E. Europe; Cathleen M. Giustino, Catherine J. Plum, and Alexander Vari, eds. Socialist Escapes - Breaking Away from Ideology and Everyday Routine in Eastern Europe, 1945-1989. Abstract   PDF
Agata A. Lisiak
 
Vol 9 (2016) Péterfy, Gergely. 2014. Kitömött Barbár: regény [Stuffed Barbarian: a Novel]. Budapest: Kalligram. 448 pp. Abstract   PDF
Enikő M. Basa
 
Vol 6 (2013) Pilot Course or Flying University? A University Course on Hungarian Language and History Taught in Wellington, New Zealand Abstract   PDF
Bálint Koller, Alexander Maxwell
 
Vol 5 (2012) Piotrowski, Piotr. In the Shadow of Yalta: Art and the Avant-Garde in Eastern Europe 1945-1989. 1 Translated by Anna Brzyski Abstract   PDF
Éva Forgács
 
Vol 4 (2011) Playing the Part: Hungarian Boy Scouts and the Performance of Trauma in Interwar Hungary Abstract   PDF
Steven Jobbitt
 
Vol 3 (2010) Pointy Bras and Loose House Dresses: Female Dress in Hungary and the United States in the 1950s Abstract   PDF
Katalin Medvedev
 
Vol 7 (2014) Politics of Memory in Andrea Tompa’s Novel "Fejtől s lábtól" [‘Head to Feet’] Abstract   PDF
Zsófia Kata Vincze
 
Vol 7 (2014) Portuges, Catherine and Peter Hames, eds. 2013. Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 279 pp. Abstract   PDF
Lilla Tőke
 
Vol 7 (2014) Problems of a Declining Hungarian Birth Rate: A Historical Perspective Abstract   PDF
Ildikó Szántó
 
Vol 5 (2012) Propaganda Versus Genocide: The United States War Refugee Board and the Hungarian Holocaust Abstract   PDF
Dorottya Halász
 
Vol 9 (2016) Radnóti, Miklós. 2015. Eclogues and Other Poems (trans. Jack Roberts). Szeged: Americana e-Books. 88 pp. Abstract   PDF
Paul Sohar
 
Vol 5 (2012) Ready to Secede to the Ottoman Empire: Habsburg Hungary after the Vasvár Peace Treaty (1664-1674) Abstract   PDF
Georg B. Michels
 
Vol 8 (2015) Regime Change and the Attempted Rehabilitation of Self: Ferenc Fodor and the Production of Communist Geography, 1948-1962 Abstract   PDF
Steven Jobbitt
 
Vol 10 (2017) Republishing Pre-World War II Hungarian Women Writers After the Fall of Socialism Abstract   PDF
Judit Kádár
 
Vol 7 (2014) Research Note: Political Geography and the Production of Hungarian “Pocket Atlases,” 1913-1919 Abstract   PDF
Zoltán Hajdú
 
Vol 9 (2016) Review Article: "A Hungarian Refugee in England and Holland." Pogany, George. 2012. When Even the Poets Were Silent: The Life of a Jewish Hungarian Holocaust Survivor under Nazism and Communism. Afterword by Istvan Pogany. Kenilworth, UK: Brandram, Imprint of Takaway Publishing. 263 pp.; Pogany, George. 2014. Where Is My Home? A Hungarian Refugee in England and Holland. Lexington KY: CreateSpace. 209 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Ruth G. Biro
 
Vol 5 (2012) Review Article: Inventing Historical Myths—Deborah S. Cornelius. Hungary in World War II. Caught in the Cauldron. Abstract   PDF
Peter Pastor
 
Vol 7 (2014) Review Article: Souls, Hearts and Heritage: Passing from the Danube to the Hudson. Szegedy-Maszák, Marianne. 2013. I Kiss Your Hands Many Times – Hearts, Souls and Wars in Hungary. New York: Spiegel & Grau, Random House. 345 pp; and Griesz, Katherine. 2012. From the Danube to the Hudson. Seattle, WA: CreateSpace Independent Publishing. 482 pp. Abstract   PDF
Evi Blaikie
 
Vol 7 (2014) Review Article: The Saddest History Ever Written: On Randolph L. Braham’s "The Geographical Encyclopedia of the Holocaust in Hungary" (2013) Abstract   PDF
Marguerite De Huszar Allen
 
Vol 7 (2014) Review Article: The Vanished Ghosts in Two Hungarian Family Memoirs. Farkas, Charles. 2013. Vanished by the Danube: Peace, War, Revolution, and Flight to the West (Introduction by Margaret McMullan). Albany: Excelsior Editions, State University of New York Press. 472 pp. Illus; and Barlay, Nick. 2013. Scattered Ghosts: One Family's Survival through War, Holocaust and Revolution. London and New York: I. B. Tauris. 240 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Ruth G. Biro
 
Vol 8 (2015) Review Article: The Wedding Gown Writes Back. Borgos, Anna. 2013. Nemek között: Nőtörténet, szexualitástörténet ('Between the Sexes: Women's History, Sexuality History'). Budapest: Noran Libro Kiadó. 317 pp.; and Lovas, Ildikó. 2008. Spanyol menyasszony (‘The Spanish Bride’). Bratislava/Pozsony: Kalligram Kiadó. 304 pp. Abstract   PDF
Mateusz Chmurski
 
Vol 9 (2016) Review Article: “Documenting Immigrants, Boarding Houses and Ethnographers” Burdosház Amerikából – Balogh Balázs néprajzkutató nyomában ('A Boarding House from America - in the Footsteps of Ethnographer Balázs Balogh'). Directed by Dezső Zsigmond, produced by Dunatáj Alapítvány, Camera: Arthur Bálint, 2015, 50:39 minutes. Abstract   PDF
László Kürti
 
Vol 5 (2012) Rosen, Ilana. Soul of Saul: The Life, Narrative, and Proverbs of a Transylvanian-Israeli Grandfather Abstract   PDF
Michal Held
 
Vol 4 (2011) Rosen, Ilana: "Sister in Sorrow: Life Histories of Female Holocaust Survivors from Hungary" Abstract   PDF
Larisa Fialkova
 
Vol 9 (2016) Roters, Katharina. 2014. Hungarian Cubes: Subversive Ornaments in Socialism. Zürich: Park Books. 171 pp. illus. Abstract   PDF
László Munteán
 
Vol 5 (2012) Rounds, Carol H. and Erika Sólyom. Colloquial Hungarian. The Complete Course for Beginners Abstract   PDF
Peter Sherwood
 
Vol 8 (2015) Rózsa, Dávid, Ed-in-Chief. 2014. Portrék a magyar statisztika és népességtudomány történetéből - életrajzi lexikon a XVI. századtól napjainkig ('Portraits from the History of Hungarian Statistics and Demography – A Biographical Lexicon from the Sixteenth Century to the Present'). Budapest: Központi Statisztikai Hivatal Könyvtár. 807 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Marius Turda
 
Vol 9 (2016) Rózsa Ignácz’s Torockói gyász [‘Torockó Mourning’]: Identity Beyond the Borders of Time and Space Abstract   PDF
Zoltán Abádi-Nagy
 
Vol 5 (2012) Sakmyster, Thomas. Red Conspirator: J. Peters and the American Communist Underground Abstract   PDF
Andrew Felkay
 
Vol 1 (2008) Sámuel Brassai, the Last Transylvanian Polymath Abstract   PDF
Erzsébet Molnár
 
Vol 8 (2015) Sándor, Klára. 2014. A székely írás nyomában ('On the Tracks of the Székely Script'). Budapest: Typotext. 353 pp. Abstract   PDF
Peter Sherwood
 
Vol 5 (2012) Sándor, Klára. Nyelvrokonság és hunhagyomány. Rénszarvas vagy csodaszarvas? Nyelvtörténet és művelődéstörténet. [Linguistic Kinship and the Hun Tradition. Reindeer or Miracle Stag? The History of Language and the History of Culture] Abstract   PDF
Peter Sherwood
 
Vol 6 (2013) Sándor Szathmári. Voyage to Kazohinia. Trans. Inez Kemenes Abstract   PDF
William Oberly
 
Vol 5 (2012) Schandl, Veronika. Socialist Shakespeare Productions in Kádár-regime Hungary Abstract   PDF
Bálint Szele
 
Vol 9 (2016) Scholten, Jaap. 2016. Comrade Baron - A Journey through the Vanishing World of Transylvanian Aristocracy. Saint Helena, CA: Helena History Press. 404 pp. Abstract   PDF
Corina L. Petrescu
 
Vol 5 (2012) Schult, Tanja, A Hero’s Many Faces: Raoul Wallenberg in Contemporary Monuments Abstract   PDF
Ruth G. Biro
 
Vol 7 (2014) Schwartz, Yigal. 2014. "Makhela hungarit" (A Hungarian Chorus) Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 5 (2012) Schwarz, Agatha, Ed. Gender and Modernity in Central Europe : the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and its Legacy Abstract   PDF
Zsuzsanna Varga
 
Vol 7 (2014) Selected English-Language Bibliography of Interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2013-2014 Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 8 (2015) Selected English-Language Bibliography of Interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2014-2015 Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvari
 
Vol 9 (2016) Selected English-Language Bibliography of Interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2015-2016 Abstract   PDF
Zsuzsanna Varga
 
Vol 10 (2017) Selected English-Language Bibliography of Interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2016-2017 Abstract   PDF
Zsuzsanna Varga
 
Vol 5 (2012) Séllei, Nóra. Miért félünk a farkastól: feminista irodalomszemlélet itt és most [Why Are We Afraid of (Virginia) Wolf? Feminist Literary Views Here and Now] Abstract   PDF
Anna Menyhért
 
Vol 7 (2014) Semantic Features of Hungarian Neologisms With the Prefix Be: Analysis of Some Frequently Used Verbs (e.g., bevállal) Abstract   PDF
Réka Sólyom
 
Vol 9 (2016) Simon, Attila. 2013. The Hungarians of Slovakia in 1938. New York: Columbia University Press, East European Monographs. 353 pp. Abstract   PDF
Leslie M. Waters
 
Vol 10 (2017) Sipos, János and Ufuk Tavkul. 2014. Karachay-Balkar Folksongs. Budapest: Institute for Musicology of the Research Center for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Science, L’Harmattan. 424 pp. Maps, transcriptions. Abstract   PDF
Dana Rappaport
 
Vol 9 (2016) Situation of the Csángó Dialect of Moldavia in Romania Abstract   PDF
Siarl Ferdinand
 
Vol 4 (2011) Sleeping with the Political Enemy: Woman’s Place in Discourses of Race and Class Struggle in 20th Century Central Europe Abstract   PDF
Dániel Bolgár
 
Vol 5 (2012) Sociolinguistic and Contact-induced Variation in Hungarian Language Use in Subcarpathia, Ukraine Abstract   PDF
István Csernicskó, Anna Fenyvesi
 
Vol 6 (2013) Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek and Louise O. Vasvári, eds. Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies Abstract   PDF
Dorottya Nagy
 
Vol 9 (2016) Swanson, John C. 2011. “About a Village” (Documentary Feature). 68 minutes. Abstract   PDF
Steven Jobbitt
 
Vol 10 (2017) Swanson, John C. 2017. Tangible Belonging: Negotiating Germanness in Twentieth-Century Hungary - Pitt Series in Russian and East European Studies. Pittsburgh, PA: U of Pittsburgh P. 456 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Virginia L. Lewis
 
Vol 7 (2014) Symbolic Geographies and the Politics of Hungarian Identity in the ‘Populist-Urbanist Debate,’ 1925-44 Abstract   PDF
Richard S. Esbenshade
 
Vol 4 (2011) Széchenyi, Kinga: "Megbélyegzettek. A kitelepítések tragédiája" [Stigmatized. The Tragedy of the Dislocations]; Hantó, Zsuzsa: "Kitiltott családok" [Banished Families] Abstract   PDF
Katalin Fenyves
 
Vol 9 (2016) Szécsi, Noémi and Eleonóra Géra. 2015: A budapesti úrinő magánélete, 1860-1914 (‘The Private Life of a Budapest Lady, 1860-1914’). Budapest: Európa. 439 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Erika Kapus
 
Vol 9 (2016) Székelymagyar nemzeti- és kulturálisidentitás-stratégiák a trianoni határokon túl (Székely-Hungarian National and Cultural Identity Strategies beyond the Trianon Borders) Abstract   PDF
Erzsébet Dani
 
Vol 8 (2015) Szentkirályi, Endre. 2014. Cold War to Warm Cooperation - The Military Service of Cleveland Hungarians. Egy amerikai város magyar katonái, 1950-2014 (English and Hungarian). Budapest: Zrinyi Kiadó. 290 pp. Abstract   PDF
Susan Glanz
 
Vol 10 (2017) Szerb, Antal. 2017. Reflections in the Library: Selected Literary Essays 1926–1944 (ed. Zsuzsanna Varga, trans. Peter Sherwood). Cambridge, UK: Legenda. Studies in Comparative Literature 46. 132 pp. Abstract   PDF
Ákos Farkas
 
Vol 9 (2016) Szöllősy, Éva. 2015. A férfiak és a nők képe modern értelmező szótárainkban ('The Image of Men and Women in Modern Hungarian Dictionaries'). Budapest: Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem (ELTE) Kiadó. 201 pp. Abstract   PDF
Klára Sándor
 
Vol 10 (2017) Szűcs, Teri, ed. 2015. Bevésett nevek. Konferenciakötet. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, ELTE. 418 pp. Abstract   PDF
Ferenc Laczó
 
Vol 6 (2013) Tamas Dobozy. Siege 13. Abstract   PDF
Ágnes Vashegyi MacDonald
 
Vol 9 (2016) Taylor, Jeff. 2014. In Search of the Budapest Secession: The Artist Proletariat and Modernism’s Rise in the Hungarian Art Market, 1800–1914. Saint Helena, CA: Helena History Press; distributed by Central European University Press, Budapest. 260 pp.; Szívós, Erika. 2011. Social History of Fine Arts in Hungary, 1867–1918. Boulder, CO: Social Science Monographs. 349 pp. Abstract   PDF
Katalin Fenyves
 
Vol 6 (2013) Text as Palimpsest: Gender in the Work of Agota Kristof Abstract   PDF
Simona Cutcan
 
Vol 10 (2017) The Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum (1877–1888) from the Perspective of its British Collaborators Abstract   PDF
Annamária Codău
 
Vol 9 (2016) The American Reception and Settlement of Hungarian Refugees in 1956–1957 Abstract   PDF
Peter Pastor
 
Vol 4 (2011) The Anti-Racist Overtones of a Feminist Historical Novel Tetralogy from the 1940s Abstract   PDF
Judit Kádár
 
Vol 10 (2017) The Case of Mór Jókai and the Detective Story Abstract   PDF
Péter Hajdu
 
Vol 5 (2012) The Characteristics of Hungarian Women’s Names in Slovakia Abstract   PDF
Katalin Misad
 
Vol 9 (2016) The Collaborative Illustrated Diaries of Two Preadolescent Boys During the 1956 Revolution. Abstract   PDF
Gergely Kunt
 
Vol 7 (2014) The Contested Post-Socialist Rehabilitation of the Past: Dual Narratives in the Republishing of Tibor Mendöl’s "Introduction to Geography" Abstract   PDF
Zoltán Gyimesi
 
Vol 9 (2016) The Holocaust Journal of Miksa Fenyő Abstract   PDF
Maya J. Lo Bello
 
Vol 5 (2012) The Hungarian Peculiarities of National Remembrance: Historical Figures with Symbolic Importance in Nineteenth-century Hungarian History Paintings Abstract   PDF
Zsuzsanna Tóth
 
Vol 6 (2013) The Kodály and Rajkó Methods: Voices, Instruments, Ethnicity, and the Globalization of Hungarian Music Education in the Twentieth Century Abstract   PDF
Lynn M. Hooker
 
Vol 8 (2015) The Mythical Power of the Dual River-System of the Carpathian Basin: The Notion of a Hungarian Mesopotamia Abstract   PDF
Róbert Keményfi
 
Vol 6 (2013) The "New World is An Other World": Hungarian Transatlantic Emigrants' Handbooks and Guidebooks, 1903-1939 Abstract   PDF
István Kornél Vida
 
Vol 9 (2016) The Outsider Within: Béla Tarr and Hungarian National Cinema Abstract   PDF
Lilla Tőke
 
Vol 5 (2012) The Places of Memory in a Square of Monuments: Conceptions of Past, Freedom and History at Szabadság Tér Abstract   PDF
Erik Thorstensen
 
Vol 8 (2015) The Poetry of 1.5 and Second-Generation Israelis of Hungarian Origin Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 10 (2017) The Pushkin Myth and Cult in Central European Literature: Gyula Krúdy’s A vörös postakocsi [‘The Crimson Coach’] (1913) Abstract   PDF
Zsófia Kalavszky
 
Vol 10 (2017) The Representation of Jews in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Hungarian Proverb Collections Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 7 (2014) The Role of Cultural Competence in the Teaching of Hungarian as a Foreign Language and in Cultural Diplomacy Abstract   PDF
Erika Sólyom
 
Vol 4 (2011) The Second Sex in Hungary. Simone de Beauvoir and the (Post)-Socialist Condition Abstract   PDF
Mária Joó
 
Vol 2 (2009) The Third Generation: Hungarian Jews on Screen Abstract   PDF
Catherine Portuges
 
Vol 10 (2017) The Use of Hungarian and Serbian in the City of Szabadka/Subotica : An Empirical Study Abstract   PDF
Siarl Ferdinand, Flora Komlosi
 
Vol 9 (2016) The Yellow Star and Everyday Life under Exceptional Circumstances: Diaries of 1944-1945 Budapest Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
Vol 5 (2012) Tobacco as Cultural Signifier: A Cultural History of Masculinity and Nationality in Habsburg Hungary Abstract   PDF
Alexander Maxwell
 
Vol 4 (2011) Török, Petra, ed.: "Sorsával tetováltan önmaga. Válogatás Lesznai Anna naplójegyzeteiből" [Tattoed With Her Fate: Excerpts from Anna Lesznai’s Diary] Abstract   PDF
Ágnes Huszár
 
Vol 4 (2011) Tóth, Zsófia Eszter: "Kádár leányai. Nők a szocialista időszakban" [Kádár’s Girls. Women During Socialism] Abstract   PDF
Susan Glanz
 
Vol 6 (2013) Towards a Methodology of the Intercultural Teaching of Hungarian Literature to Speakers of Hungarian as a Second/Foreign Language Abstract   PDF
Györgyi Horváth
 
Vol 6 (2013) Translating Family Names in Hungarian: A Diachronic Survey Abstract   PDF
Tamás Farkas, Mariann Slíz
 
Vol 6 (2013) Translating Shakespeare for the Hungarian Stage: Contemporary Perspectives Abstract   PDF
Bálint Szele
 
Vol 6 (2013) Translating Welsh Drama Into Hungarian Through English: A Contextual Introduction to Sêra Moore Williams’ Crash in Hungarian Translation Abstract   PDF
Márta Minier
 
Vol 6 (2013) Transylvanianism, Nationalism, Folklore: The Academic Career of Olga Nagy in the Light of her Posthumous Book, Vallomások (2010) Abstract   PDF
Kata Zsófia Vincze
 
Vol 5 (2012) Tripping over the Dead: Hungarian-Israeli Holocaust Survivor Women's Narratives of Immigration, Restoration, and Remembrance Abstract   PDF
Ilana Rosen
 
Vol 8 (2015) Two Austro-Hungarian Women Writers, Anna Tutsek and Terka Lux, Creating New Urban Identities in Early Twentieth-Century Budapest Abstract   PDF
Judit Kádár
 
Vol 4 (2011) Undead Blond Hair in the Victorian Imagination: The Hungarian Roots of Bram Stoker’s "The Secret of the Growing Gold" Abstract   PDF
Abigail Heiniger
 
Vol 9 (2016) US-Hungarian Relations Ten Years After 1956 Abstract   PDF
Tibor Glant
 
Vol 9 (2016) Valuch, Tibor. 2013. Magyar hétköznapok. Fejezetek a mindennapi élet történetéből a második világháborútól az ezredfordulóig ('Hungarian Everydays – Chapters of Everyday Life from World War II to the Turn of the Century'). Budapest: Napvilág Kiadó. 347 pp.; Valuch, Tibor. 2015. A jelenkori magyar társadalom ('Contemporary Hungarian Society'). Budapest: Osiris. 296 pp. Abstract   PDF
Tamás Bezsenyi
 
Vol 4 (2011) Varga, Virág and Zsávolya, Zoltán. eds.: "Nő, tükör, írás: Értelmezések a 20. század első felének női irodalmáról" [Woman, Mirror, Writing: Interpretations of Early 20th Century Women’s Literature] Abstract   PDF
Ágnes Vashegyi MacDonald
 
Vol 5 (2012) Várnai, Pál. Élet/eim [My Life/Lives] Abstract   PDF
Jozsef Orosz
 
Vol 10 (2017) Veizer, John Keith. 2015. VeizerVizerWiezerWieser: A Memoir and a Search: Granite City to Kompolt. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. 279 pp. Abstract   PDF
Katherine Gatto
 
Vol 7 (2014) Vester, Shari. 2012. Degrees of Courage. Minneapolis, MN: Mill City Press. 574 pp. Abstract   PDF
Klára Papp
 
Vol 5 (2012) Vida, István Kornél. Hungarian Emigres in the American Civil War: A History and Biographical Dictionary Abstract   PDF
Kenneth Nyirády
 
Vol 10 (2017) Virginás, Andrea, ed. 2016. Cultural Studies Approaches in the Study of Eastern European Cinema: Spaces, Bodies, Memories. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 291 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Lilla Tőke
 
Vol 8 (2015) Vörös, Boldizsár 2014: Történelemhamisítás és politikai propaganda. Illés Béla elmeszüleményei a magyar szabadságküzdelmek orosz támogatásáról ('Falsification of History and Political Propaganda - The Brainchildren of Béla Illés about the Russian Support of Hungarian Struggles for Freedom'). Budapest: Magyar Tudományos Akadémia (MTA) Bölcsészetudományi Kutatóközpont. Történettudományi Intézet, 2014. 335 pp. Abstract   PDF
Peter Pastor
 
Vol 2 (2009) Voting Patterns on Hungarian Parliamentary Elections in 2002–2006 Abstract   PDF
Barnabás Rácz
 
Vol 5 (2012) Waterbury, Myra A. Between State and Nation: Diaspora Politics and Kin-State Nationalism in Hungary Abstract   PDF
Leslie Waters
 
Vol 4 (2011) When Sexism Meets Racism: the 1920 Numerus Clausus Law in Hungary Abstract   PDF
Katalin Fenyves
 
Vol 5 (2012) Will Hungarian Private Collectors Turn International? Private Engagement in Contemporary Art in East Central Europe Abstract   PDF
Gábor Ébli
 
Vol 4 (2011) Women Authors with/without Gender Studies: the Gendered Regimes of Authority in Hungarian Literary Criticism Today Abstract   PDF
Györgyi Horváth
 
Vol 8 (2015) Zinner, Tibor. 2013-2014. "A nagy politikai affér." A Rajk-Brankov-ügy ('“The Great Political Affair” - the Rajk-Brankov Case'), vols. I-II. Budapest: Saxum. 646/702 pp. Abstract   PDF
Péter Vukman
 
Vol 6 (2013) Zoltán Fleck. Változások és változatlanságok - A magyar jogrendszer a rendszerváltozás után [Continuity and Discontinuity - The Hungarian Legal System after the Change of the System] Abstract   PDF
György Csepeli
 
Vol 6 (2013) Zoltán Kékesi. Haladék - Holokauszt-emlékezet a kortárs képzőművészetben [Respite - The Memory of the Holocaust in Contemporary Art] Abstract   PDF
Teri Szűcs
 
Vol 9 (2016) Zombory-Moldován, Béla. 2014. The Burning of the World - A Memoir of 1914 (trans. Peter Zombory-Moldovan). New York: New York Review of Books. 155 pp. Illus. Abstract   PDF
Judit Kádár
 
Vol 5 (2012) Zrinyi, Miklós. The Siege of Sziget. Trans. by László Kőrössy Abstract   PDF
Enikő M. Basa
 
Vol 10 (2017) Zsadányi, Edit. 2015: Gendered Narrative Subjectivity: Some Hungarian and American Women Writers. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 149 pp. Abstract   PDF
Agatha Schwartz
 
Vol 6 (2013) [English-Language] Bibliography of Interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2012-2013 Abstract   PDF
Louise O. Vasvári
 
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