Publications in foreign languages

Books

 

Heroes’ Square – Budapest.  Hungary’s History in Stone and Bronze. Budapest, Corvina 1990., 67 pp.

Der Heldenplatz – Budapest. Als Spiegel ungarischer Geschichte. Budapest, Corvina 1990., 67 pp.

Freedom and Confidence – Freiheit und Mut – Gróf Széchenyi István (1790-1860). Budapest, Magyar Távirati Iroda, 1991., 95 pp.

Modern Hungarian Society in the Making. The unfinished Experience. Budapest-London-New York, Central European University Press, 1995., pp. 276 pp.

Once upon a time in Hungary. The world of the late 19th and early 20th  century. (Co-authors: Katalin Jalsovszky, Emőke Tomsics), Budapest, Hungarian National Museum 1996., 243 pp.

The Hungarian Parliament (1867-1918). A Mirage of Power. Boulder, Colorado; ARP, New Jersey, Columbia University Press, New York 1997., 228 pp.

Budapest. A History from its Beginnings to 1998. (Ed.; Co-editor: János Poór). Boulder, Colorado; ARP. New Jersey; Columbia University Press, New York 1997., 353 pp.

Unfinished Socialism. Pictures from the Kádár Era. (Co-author: Ivan Pető), Budapest-New York, Central European University Press 1999., 246 pp.

Die Ungarischen Liberalen. (Ed.) Budapest, Új Mandátum Verlag, 1999., 294 pp.

Hungarian Liberals. (Ed.) Budapest, Új Mandátum Press, 1999., 243 pp.

Anti-Semitic Discourse in Hungary in 2000. (Ed.; Co-editors: László Varga, Mátyás Vince) Budapest, B’nai B’rith Budapest Lodge 2001., 232 pp.

Emperor Francis Joseph, king of the Hungarians. Boulder, Colorado; Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications Inc. Wayne, New Jersey, Columbia Univesity Press, New York 2001., 251 pp.

Anti-Semitic Discourse in Hungary in 2001. (Ed.; Co-editors: László Varga, Mátyás Vince) Budapest, B’nai B’rith Budapest Lodge. 2002., 322 pp.

Anti-Semitic Discourse in Hungary in 2002-2003. (Ed.; Co-editors: János Dési, Tibor Szeszlér, László Varga) Budapest, B’nai B’rith Budapest Lodge 2004., 343 pp.

Imagined history. Chapters from Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Hungarian Symbolic Politics. Boulder, Colorado – Columbia University Press, New York – Center for Hungarian Studies and Publication Inc. Wayne, New Jersey 2006., 355 pp.

Anti-Semitic Discourse in Hungary in 2004-2005. (Ed.; Co-editors: János Dési, Áron Monori, Tibor Szeszlér, László Varga) Budapest, B’nai B’rith Budapest Lodge 2006., 257 pp.

The Jewish Criterion in Hungary. Social Science Monographs, Boulder, Colorado, Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications, Inc. Wayne, New Jersey, Columbia University Press, New York, 2007, 153 pp.

Hungarian Illusionism. Boulder, Colorado, Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications, Inc. Wayne, New Jersey, Columbia University Press, New York, 2008. 121 pp.

The Austro-Hungarian Dual Monarchy (1867-1918). (Ed.; Co-editor: Zsuzsa Gáspár) New Holland Publishers, London, Cape Town, Sidney, Auckland 2008. 240 pp.

Österreich-Ungarn. Das Habsburgerreich von 1867 bis 1918. (Ed.; Co-editor: Zsuzsa Gáspár) Ueberreuter, Wien, 2008. 240 pp.

Public Space in Budapest. The History of Kossuth Square. Boulder, Colorado, Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications, Inc. Wayne, New Jersey, Columbia University Press, New York, 2009. 310pp.

Austro-Hungarian Monarchy Revisited. (Ed.) Boulder, Colorado, Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications Inc. Wayne, New Jersey, Columbia University Press, New York 2009. 214 pp.

Neither Woman nor Jew. The Influence of Prejudices in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy at the Turn of the Century. Boulder, Colorado, Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications, Inc. Wayne, New Jersey, Columbia University Press, New York, 2010. 174 pp.

Institute of Habsburg History 2003–2010 (Ed.; Co‑editor: Zsuzsanna Tormássy) Habsburg Történeti Intézet, Budapest, 2010. 212 pp.

Rakousko-uherska monarchie. Habsburgska rise 1867-1918 slovem a obrazem. (Ed. Co-editor: Zsuzsa Gáspár) Nakladatelstvi Slovart, Praha, 2011. 336 pp.

A Hungarian National History Book. Public Endowment for the Research on the Eastern and Central European History and Society, Budapest, 2015. 144.pp. (e-book)

A Hungarian National History Book. Public Endowment for the Research on the Eastern and Central European History and Society, Budapest, 2015. 312.pp.

  

Essays and articles in foreign languages

 

Hungarian Historiography and the History of Transylvania. In: The New Hungarian Quarterly 1988., uo. 110., 113-118. pp.

Civilization and post-feudalism. In: Jody Jensen (ed.) The Democracy Seminar Spring 1991. The New School for Social Research, New York, 1991., 1-16. pp.

March 15th : The Fortunes of a National Holiday. In: The New Hungarian Quarterly 1992. No.

126., 113-125. pp.

Hungarian Political Conflicts Concerning the Military Question (1865-1868). In: Annales… Budapest ELTE, 1993. 163-176. pp.

Socialism and Realism. In: Anita Semjén (ed.) Hungary – Before and After Washington D.C., International Monetary Fund Visitor’s Center 1993., 14-20. pp.

Liberals, Anti-Semites and Jews of the Birth of Modern Hungary. In: CEU History Yearbook Budapest, CEU Press 1994., 103-121. pp.

Hungary – 1848-1989. In: Gy. Csepeli, D. German, L. Kéri, I. Stumpf (eds.) From Subject to Citizen. Budapest, Hungarian Center for Political Education, 1994., 205-217. pp.

Ferenc Deák and Political Ethics. In: CEU History Department Yearbook 1999-1995, Budapest, CEU Press 1996., 51-66. pp.

New Jewish Past. In: CEU History Department Yearbook 1997-1998., Budapest CEU Press 1999., 35-48. pp.

A Prisoner of Ideas: István Bibó on Hungarian History in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century. In: CEU History Department Yearbook 2001-2002., Budapest, CEU 2002., 89-112. pp.

Identities of the Jew and the Hungarian. In: Luise O. Vasvári and Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek (eds.): Imre Kertész and Holocaust Literature. Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2005. 65-75. pp.

Two cities – two sentences. Vienna and Budapest of the last turn of century. In: Dve imperii – tri stolici. Vengerszkij Insztitut Russzisztiki, Budapet 2006. 31-487. pp.

Anti-Semitic Discourse in Hungary Following the Change of Regime. An Overview. In: Anti-Semitic Discourse in Hungary in 2004-2005, B’nai B’rith, Budapest 2006. 173-182. pp.

The Martyr of the Nation, the Hungarian Egmont: Count Lajos Batthyány. In: Dve imperii – mnoga nacionalnosztej Russica. Pannonica, Budapest , 2007.65-84. pp.

The Praise of Curiosity. In. Flashback. Twenty-five pears of Hungarian Press Photography. Press and Pictures. Budapest, 2007, 5-6. pp.

Hungary Compelled to Reform. In: Hungarian Quarterly, Autumn 2007, 48-52. pp.

The Heritage of the Empire. In: The Austro-Hungraian Dual Monarchy (1867-1918), New Holland Publishers, London, Cape Town, Sydney, Auckland 2008. 208-235 pp.

Opening of the Robert Capa Exhibition in: Robert Capa. The Hungarian Jewish Photographer. Jewish Summer Festival, Hungarian Jewish Museum, Budapest, 2009. 2‑7 pp.

Some Aspects of Hungarian National Identity in (eds: Kozma Ahacic, Petra Testen) Jeziki, identitete, pripadnosti. Med sredisci in obrobji Zabozba ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana 2011. 167-178 pp.

Hungarian Identity Collection. In: F. Kovács Attila-Megyesi Zsuzsa: Hungarian Identity Collection. NextArt Galeria, Budapest, 2013. 1-3.pp.

The Lost Golden Age of Hungary. In: Europa’s Fraternal War 1914-1918. Közép- és Kelet-európai Történelem és Társadalom Kutatásáért Közalapítvány. Budapest, 2014. 51-66. pp.

National Delirium. War Propaganda in Hungarian Theatres. In: Ed.: Daş, Mustafa Prof. Dr. Dokuz Eylul University. Faculty of Letters. II. International History Symposium First World War Centenary, October 16-18, 2014, Izmir. (Symposium Paper Book) Izmir, 2015, 509-538. pp.

Rectification. In: hungarianspectrum.wordpress.com/2015/01/26/an-attempt-at-character-assassination-but-to-what-end/comment-page-2/#comment-92528

Suppression and Compromise: Hungarians and Franz Joseph. In: Franz Joseph 1830-1916. Eds. Karl Vocelka and Martin Mutschlechner. Schloss Schönbrunn – Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien – Christian Brandstätter Verlag, Wien, 2016. 46-51. pp.