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. People, Policies and Submissions

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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 15 (2022)

Table of Contents

Plenary Invited Paper: AHEA (Zoom) Conference, 2021, University of Pécs

András Ludányi
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1-10

Appreciation

Erzsébet Dani
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11-16

General Articles

Anna Fenyvesi
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17-32
Angela A. Chong
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33-44
Angela A. Chong
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45-61
Balázs Venkovits
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62-76
Mátyás Mervay
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77-93
Louise O. Vasvári
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94-132
James P. Niessen
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133-145

Note

Sarah Lucas
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146-151

Reviews

Waters, Leslie. 2022. Borders on the Move: Territorial Changes and Ethnic Cleansing in the Hungarian-Slovak Borderlands, 1938-1948. Rochester, University of Rochester Press (Rochester Studies in East and Central Europe).
Balázs Ablonczy
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152-154
Illés, Klára. 2020. Megtartó erő. Egy parasztcsalád vége ('Sustaining Force: The End of a Peasant Family'). Budapest: Magvető. 379 pp.
Izabella Agárdi
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155-159
Dalos, Anna. 2020. Zoltán Kodály’s World of Music. Oakland: UC Press. 283 pp.
Angela A. Chong
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160-163
Vonyó, József, Gömbös Gyula és a hatalom, Egy politikussá lett katonatiszt (‘Gyula Gömbös and Power, A Military Officer Turned Politician’). Pécs: Kronosz, 2018. 642 pp.
George Deák
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164-167
Szántó, András. 2021. Pesti alakok a nagyvilágban [‘Guys from Pest in the Wide World’]. Budapest: Gabbiano Print Kft.
Teodóra Dömötör
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168-171
Kamusella, Tomasz, 2021. Words in Space and Time: Historical Atlas of Language Politics in Modern Central Europe. Budapest: Central European University Press.
Anna Fenyvesi
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172-174
Bereznay, András, 2021. Historical Atlas of Transylvania. N.A.: Méry Ratio Kiadó & Kisebbségekért-Pro Minoritate Alapítvány; Bereznay, András, 2021. Historical Atlas of the Gypsies: Romani History in Maps. N.A.: Méry Ratio Kiadó & Kisebbségekért-Pro Minoritate Alapítvány.
Siarl Ferdinand
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175-180
Kontra, Miklós and Anna Borbély, eds. 2021. Tanulmányok a budapesti beszédről - a Budapesti Szociolingvisztikai Interjú alapján ('Studies on Budapest speech based on the Budapest Sociolinguistic Interview'). Budapest: Gondolat Kiadó.
Máté Huber
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181-184
Sudár, Balázs, Szabolcs Varga and János J. Varga. 2020. Pécs története III. A Hódoltság korában (1543–1686) (‘History of Pécs vol. III: The Age of Ottoman Rule [1543–1686]’). Pécs and Budapest: Pécs Története Alapítvány and Kronosz Kiadó, Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpont. 383 pp. Illus.
Mónika F. Molnár
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185-187
Vida, Andrea, ed. 2021. Vasváry Collection Newsletter 1. 65
Endre Szentkirályi
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188-191
Márkus, Beáta. 2020. “Csak egy csepp német vér.” A német származású civilek Szovjetunióba deportálása Magyarországról 1944/1945 ['"Just a drop of German blood:" The Deportation of German Civilians to the Soviet Union from Hungary in 1944/1945']. Pécs: Kronosz Kiadó. 469 pp.
Lívia Szélpál
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192-195
Varsa, Eszter. 2021. Protected Children, Regulated Mothers: Gender and the “Gypsy Question” in Postwar Hungary, 1949-1956. Budapest: Central European University Press. 2021. 244 pp.
Dávid Sándor Szőke
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196-198
Virginás, Andrea, 2021. Film Genres in Hungarian and Romanian Cinema: History, Theory and Reception. Lanham, MA: Lexington Books. 339 pp.
Lilla Tőke
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199-201
Pálffy, Géza. 2021. Hungary Between Two Empires, 1526-1711. Trans. David Robert Evans. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana UP. 284 pp.
Christopher M. Van Demark
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202-204

Bibliography

Selected English-Language Bibliography of Interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2021-2022
Zsuzsanna Varga
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205-209