Issue Title
Vol 10 (2017) Introduction to Comparative Studies in the Central European Context Abstract  PDF
György C. Kálmán, Zoltán Z. Varga
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 Welsh Drama Into Hungarian Through English: A Contextual Introduction to Sêra Moore Williams’ Crash in Hungarian Translation Abstract  PDF
Márta Minier
Vol 5 (2012) Multicultural Societies: Kálmán Mikszáth, Pál Závada and Péter Huncik Abstract  PDF
Enikő Molnár Basa
Vol 5 (2012) Zrinyi, Miklós. The Siege of Sziget. Trans. by László Kőrössy Abstract  PDF
Enikő M. Basa
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 6 (2013) The "New World is An Other World": Hungarian Transatlantic Emigrants' Handbooks and Guidebooks, 1903-1939 Abstract  PDF
István Kornél Vida
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 10 (2017) The Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum (1877–1888) from the Perspective of its British Collaborators Abstract  PDF
Annamária Codău
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