Volume XII. (2010)

Utolsó módosítás: 2015. október 13.

Contents

Lehel Vadon: Zoltán Abádi-Nagy: The Man, Teacher, Scholar and Manager of Higher Education

Lehel Vadon: Zoltán Abádi-Nagy's Life in Pictures

Lehel Vadon: The Publications of Zoltán Abádi-Nagy

Lehel Vadon: A Bibliography of Writings on Zoltán Abádi-Nagy and His Works

 

Essays

Irén Annus: Victorian Motherhood in the Art of Lilly Martin Spencer

Robert E. Bieder: Johann Georg Kohl Among the Ojibwa Indians of Lake Superior

Katalin Bíróné-Nagy: The FATHER in Sherman Alexie's Reservation Blues

István Bitskey: The Organization of Travels in Early Modern Hungary

Enikő Bollobás: At Plax, to the Full: On the Subject Performed in Gender Passing (the Case of Mark Twain's Is He Dead? and Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita)

Benjamin Chaffin Brooks: What Makes a Good Life? An Oral Historical Analysis of the United States's Economic Model of Shooling in Relation to Perceived Quality of Life

Huba Brüchner: Honoring Professor Zoltán Abádi-Nagy as a Distinguished Member of the Fulbright Family

Huba Brüchner: Senator J. William Fulbright and His Educational Exchange Program: The Fulbright Program

Thomas Cooper: Envisioning or Effacing the Other: Different Approaches to Tranlation in the English and Hungrian Literary Traditions

Péter Csató: Faith and Conversation: The Politics and Epistemology of Religion in Richard Rotry's Philosophy

Tibor Glant: The Myth and History of Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points in Hungary

John Jablonski: Composition, Rhetoric, and the Job of Citizen

Judit Ágnes Kádár: Fictional In-Betweenness in Deborah Larsen's The White (2003)

Miklós Kontra: Harold B. Allen in Debrecen

Ágnes Zsófia Kovács: Interior Architecture: The Iconography of Culture and Order in Edith Wharton's Nonfiction

Zoltán Kövecses: Metaphorical Creativity in Discourse

Katalin Kürtösi: "... bright young modernists" in Canada

Tamás Magyarics: Changes in the U.S. National Security Concepts after the Cold War

Éva Mathey: Official America and Hungarian Revisionism between the World Wars

Judit Molnár: Looking Back to Colonial Times: Austin Clarke's Idiosyncratic Way of Remembering Places on Barbados

Lenke Németh: The Power of Art: The Woman Artist in Racher Crothers' He and She and Tina Howe's Painting Churches

Zoltán Peterecz: The Fight for a Yankee over Here: Attempts to Secure an American for an Official League of Nations Post in the Post-War Central European Financial Reconstruction Era of the 1920s

Zoltán Simon: "Thought there'd b e huckleberries": Intertextual Game between Toni Morrison's Beloved and Mark Twain's The Adventures of Hucleberry Finn

Péter Szaffkó: John Hirsh and the American Theatre

Edina Szalay: Gothic Sentimentalism in Nineteenth-Century American Women's Literature

Judit Szathmári: American Indian Humor

András Tarnóc: Ritual and Redemption in the Narrative of Father Isaac Jogues (1643)

Zoltán Vajda: Back to the Age of the Borgias? Thomas Jefferson on Civilization and Affection in the United States

David L. Vanderwerken: Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhourse-Five at Forty: Billy Pilgrim--Even More a Man of Our Times

Gabriella Varró: Real and Imagined Places in the Plays of Tennessee Williams and Sam Shepard

István Kornél Vida: "Sustainde by Mr. Jefferson": Colonizationism as Jeffersionian Heritage in Abraham Lincoln's Thinking

Zsolt Virágos: Reflections on the Epistemology of Myth(M1)--and--Literature Transactions

Gabriella Vöő: "My boys are more care every year": Louisa May Alcott's Notions of Discliplined Masculinity

 

Book Reviews

Máté Gergely Balogh: 1956 in the American Mind
(Tibor Glant, Remember Hungary 1956: Essays on the Hungarian Revolution and War of Independence in American Memory; Tibor Glant, Emlékezzünk Magyarországra - 1956: Tanulmányok a magyar forradalom és szabadságharc amerikai emlékezetéről.)

András Csillag: Tribute to a Great Scholar of American Studies in Hungary
(Lehel Vadon, To the Memory of Sarolta Kretzoi)

Mária Kurdi: Exploring an Understanding Area in David Mamet
(Lenke Mária Németh, "All It is, It's a Carnival": Reading David Mamet's Women Characters with Bakhtin)

Mária Kurdi: Collected Tributes to the Memory of László Országh
(Lehel Vadon, ed. In Memoriam Országh László. Születésének 100. évfordulójára [On the Centenary of His Birth])

Gergely Makláry: One More Tally of Professor Országh's Impact and Scholarly Achievement
(Zsolt Virágos, ed. Országh László válogatott írásai [The Selected Writings of László Országh]); Katalin Köbölkuti and Katalin Molnár, (eds.) Országh László emlékezete [In Honorem László Országh])

Zoltán Peterecz: "Comfortable disinterestedness": How the United States Looked at Hungary during World War I
Tibor Glant, Kettős tükörben: Magyarország helye az amerikai közvéleményben és külpolitikában az első világháború idején. [Through a Double Prism: Hungary's Place in American Public Opinion and Diplomacy during World War I])

Zoltán Peterecz: Homeless but not Hopeless: Jewish-Hungarians' Migration to the United States, 1919–1945
(Tibor Frank, Double Exile. Migrations of Jewish-Hungarian Professionals through Germany to the United States, 1919–1945)

Gabriella Varró: A Unique Achievement that Cannot Be Repeated
(Lehel Vadon, Az amerikai irodalom és irodalomtudomány bibliográfiája Magyarországon 2000-ig. [American Literature and Literary Scholarship in Hungary: A Bibliography to 2000])

Balázs Venkovits: A New Approach to the Study of Minstrelsy
(Gabriella Varró, Signifying in Blackface: The Pursuit of Minstrel Signs in American Literature)

 

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