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Yearbook X, 2002. Hungary in the Present (Publications in Hungarian)
Edited by János M. Rainer and Éva Standeisky, Gyöngyvér Török



THE NINETEEN-SIXTIES

Gyula Kozák: About the society of the nineteen-sixties

Sándor Horváth: Urbanization and integration of the society in the nineteen-sixties

Tibor Valuch: From loden coat to mini skirt. Dressing and fashion in Hungary in the nineteen—fifties and sixties

Eszter Zsófia Tóth: Changing identity in the life stories of working women

Réka Sárközy: The Kádár albums

Adrienne Molnár: Without prescription. Selected interviews from the collection of the Oral History Archive

János M. Rainer: Plunging or grasp? József Antall and József Antall Jr. in the years following 1956

Éva Standeisky : Persecuted intellectuals in the early Kádár era. The trial of Gyula Zsigmond, Sándor Püski and their accomplices

 

THE MEMORY OF 1956

Péter Kende: Foreword

Gábor Gyáni: Canons of remembrance – remembering communities

Péter Kende: The historiography of 1956 in the emigration, 1956-1989

György Gömöri: The memory of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution in the English language press and literature

Sándor Horváth: The historiography of 1956 since the political transition

László Borhi: The place of 1956 in the international historical literature

Zoltán Ripp: The memory of 1956 and the Hungarian Socialist Party

János M. Rainer: The next day. The institutionalized remembrance, 1989-1992

György Litván: Political speech on 1956 – after 1989

Béla Pomogáts: 1956 in the memory of literature

György Sümegi: The visual memory of the revolution

 

3. ARTICLES

Krisztián Ungváry: “An important action of social politics” – on the confiscation and distribution of Jewish property in Hungary in 1944

György Majtényi –Dini Metro-Roland: Remembrance of the college. Students of people’s colleges – students with a specialized matriculation exam

László Eörsi: The armistice talks of the insurgents at Széna Square

Holger Fischer: The 1956 Hungarian Revolution in the contemporary mass media in West Germany

János Tischler: Hungary and the Polish crisis of 1980-1981 in the recollections of eye witnesses and participants

Pál Germuska: Models of crisis managing in the “socialist cities” in Hungary. Structural change in Tatabány and Ózd between 1990 and 2000

Zoltán Lux: Digitalization

 

4. REWIEVS

Krisztián Ungváry: War-food supply – genocide. The newest results of holocaust research in Germany

Éva Standeisky: Poetry in the Rákosi era and during the 1956 revolution

Attila Szakolczai: A memory to forget. Memorial place ”small prison”

László Eörsi: Conceptions. Gábor Jobbágyi: The silent sole (Ilona Tóth, the martyr of the faculty of medicine

János Kenedi: “Comparative spying science”

Gyula Kozák: The purveyor by appointment to His Majesty “Ltd. Fortinbras and Fortinbras”

János Tischler: The political, transition in Poland, 1989

Pál Germuska: Crises and resolutions

 

5. REPORT ON THE ACTIVITY OF THE INSTITUTE - PUBLICATIONS OF THE FELLOWS (Pál Germuska – László Győri)

6. BIBLIOGRAPHY (László Győri)

7. CONTENTS


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