Sándor Horváth Special Editor of the Thematic Issue
Table of Contents
Hungarian National Minority Organizations and the Role of Elites between the Two World WarsFull Text (HTML) and Full Text (PDF)
Navigating the Straits. Changing Borders, Changing Rules and Practices of Ethnicity and Loyalty in Romania after 1918Full Text (HTML) and Full Text (PDF)
National Projects, Regional Identities, Everyday Compromises. Szeklerland in Greater Romania (1919–1940)Full Text (HTML) and Full Text (PDF)
Arts and Artists as Intermediaries in Identity Management and Ethnomanagement in TransylvaniaFull Text (HTML) and Full Text (PDF)
Leslie M. Waters
Learning and Unlearning Nationality: Hungarian National Education in Reannexed Felvidék, 1938–1944Full Text (HTML) and Full Text (PDF)
The Lost Deportations and the Lost People of Kunmadaras: A Pogrom in Hungary, 1946Full Text (HTML) and Full Text (PDF)
“I could hardly wait to get out of this camp, even though I knew it would only get worse until liberation came.” On Hungarian Jewish Accounts of the Buchenwald Concentration Camp from 1945–46Full Text (HTML) and Full Text (PDF)
The Unfinished Revolution. Making Sense of the Communist Past in Central-Eastern Europe.
By James Mark. Reviewed by Máté Zombory
The Politics of “National Character”: A Study in Interwar East European Thought (Routledge Studies in Comparative Political Thought).
By Balázs Trencsényi. Reviewed by Simon Halink
Horvátország a 7. századtól napjainkig [Croatia from the Seventh Century up to the Present Day].
By Dénes Sokcsevits. Reviewed by Krisztián Csaplár-Degovics
A szlovák nemzet születése: Ľudovít Štúr és a szlovák társadalom a 19. századi Magyarországon [The Birth of the Slovak Nation: Ľudovít Štúr and Slovak Society in Hungary in the Nineteenth Century].
By József Demmel. Reviewed by Bálint Varga
Maps of Remembrance. Space, Belonging and Politics of Memory in Eastern Europe.
By Máté Zombory. Reviewed by Ildikó Bajcsi
What Made the Kádár Era? Two Books on Hungary’s Recent Past. Népuralom ötvenhatban [People’s Rule in ’56]. By Éva Standeisky. Bevezetés a kádárizmusba [Introduction to Kádárism].
By János Rainer M. Reviewed by György Majtényi
Iron Curtain. The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1944–1956.
By Anne Applebaum. Reviewed by Ekaterina Makhotina
The Workers’ State: Industrial Labor and the Making of Socialist Hungary, 1944–1958.
By Mark Pittaway. Reviewed by Sándor Horváth