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Hungarian Studies

Chronicle

Aczel, R. L.: Hungarian Studies in North America: The Hungarian Studies Review. = 1987. Vol. 3. Nr. 1-2. 260-262.

Béládi, Miklós: A Report on the International Associati$ of Hungarian Studies. = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 1. 131-134.

Bisztray, George: The First Fully-Endowed Hungarian Chair in North America. = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 1. 135.

Did Miklós Radnóti Know the Work of J. M. Levet? (Marianna D. Birnbaum) = 1993. Vol. 8. Nr. 1. 158-160.

Giffuni, Cathe: Lajos Zilahy; a bibliography. = 1988. Vol. 4. Nr. 2. 227-232.

Heckenast, Gusztáv: Information über die Edition der ungarischen Landtagsakten. = 1986. Vol. 2.Nr. 1. 156-159.

Hungarian Heritage Center: Dedication and Offical Opening, May 21, 1989. = 1989. Vol. 5. Nr. 2. 253-254.

Hungarica in the University Library of Cambridge. (Lindesay Moffatt) = 1993. Vol. 8. Nr. 1. 153-158.

Jankovics, József: Bericht über den II. Internationalen Kongress für Hungarologie. = 1986. Vol. 2.Nr. 2. 281-283.

Kecskés, András: Recent Trends in Hungarian Verse Research. = 1987. Vol. 3. Nr. 1-2. 267-271.

Kovács, Ilona: Problems and Patterns in the Development of Library Services for Ethnic Hungarians in the United States in the first Decades of the 20th Century. = 1987. Vol. 3. Nr. 1-2. 248-260.

Lehtinen, Ildikó: Over 100 Years of Cooperation Between Finnish and Hungarian Museums. = 1987. Vol. 3. Nr. 1-2. 262-267.

Maday, Bela C.: A Pioneer in Hungarian Studies - Hungarian Studies Newsletter = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 1. 136-137.

Magyar, Judit: On the Hungarian Folk Museum in Passaic (N.J.). = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 2. 297-298.

Miska, John: Hungarian Resource Collections (bibliographic survey). = 1988. Vol. 4. Nr. 1. 118-123.

Miski, Anikó: The New Modern Philological Society in Hungary. = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 2. 287-288.

Molnár Basa, Enikõ: American Hungarian Educator's Association = 1986. Vol. 2.Nr. 2. 290-293.

Naray, Josef: Die Franziskanerbibliothek in Güssing. = 1986. Vol. 2.Nr. 2. 285-289.

Nyéki, Lajos: Le Hongrois dans l'enseignement supérieur à Paris. = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 2. 283-287.

Ruttkay, Kálmán G.: To the Memory of László Országh. = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 2. 291-294.

Sinor, Denis: László Országh: A Personal Memoir. = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 2. 294-296.

Snopek, Jerzy: Hungarian Studies in Poland. = 1987. Vol. 3. Nr. 1-2. 243-248.

Stein, Rose (Rózsi): Oral History - Hungarian and Austrian. The Hungarian and Austrian Projects of Columbia University's Oral History Collectio$ = 1986. Vol. 2.Nr. 1. 160-162.

Szõnyi, György E.: Third Anglo-Hungarian Conference of Historian$ = 1986. Vol. 2.Nr. 1. 153-154.

The Foundation of the Hungarian Folklore Association in Czechoslovakia. (József Liszka) = 1991-1992. Vol. 7. Nr.1-2. 213-215.

The Foundation of the János Kriza Folklore Association. (Ferenc Pozsony) = 1991-1992. Vol. 7. Nr.1-2. 215-217.

Veres, András: Social Values in Literature. = 1988. Vol. 4. Nr. 1. 113-117.

Voigt Vilmos: Two Hundred Years of Teaching of Folklore at a Hungarian University. = 1987. Vol. 3. Nr. 1-2. 271-281.

Voigt, Vilmos: 700 Jahre Elisabethkirche in Marburg 1283-1983. = 1986. Vol. 2.Nr. 2. 283-285.

Voigt, Vilmos: American and English Bibliographies on Hungarian Studies. = 1986. Vol. 2.Nr. 1. 154-156.

Wickman, Bo: John Lotz Memorial Symposium in Stockholm. = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 2. 288-291.

Zweiter Internationaler Kongress für Hungarologie. Wien, 1.-5. September 1986. = 1985. Vol. 1. Nr. 1. 138.


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