translator Kérek egy feketét/Coffee please, Fortepan photo book on coffee culture in twentieth-century Hungary (Budapest: Fortepan Books)

authorNicht vor dem Kind! Testimonies on the Yellow-Star Houses of Budapest,’ in Antony Polonsky, Howard Lupovitch and François Guesnet (eds), Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, vol. 31, Poland and Hungary: Jewish realities compared


authorAz antiszemita műalkotás a digitális reprodukálhatóság korában: magyar újrakiadások 1989 után, [The antisemitic work of art in the age of digital reproduction: Hungarian reprints since 1989]’ translated by Gábor Halász, Apertúra 2017 (winter)


author Inertia and aggression: farewell to my adopted hometown‘ and Jewel in the national crown: conquering Budapest,’ Visegrad Revue


author ‘Let’s Talk About the Holocaust: Yellow-Star Houses of Budapest, 1944-2014,’ Hungarian Quarterly

co-editor François Guesnet and Gwen Jones (eds), Antisemitism in an Era of Transition: Continuities and Impact in Post-Communist Poland and Hungary (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang), author of chapter ‘The work of antisemitic art in the age of digital reproduction: Hungarian publishing revivals since 1989’


author Chicago of the Balkans: Budapest in Hungarian Literature 1900-1939 (Oxford: Legenda)

Szervita tér 5., Rózsavölgyi Zeneműbolt, Budapest, 1928. Photo #6666 at fortepan.hu

authorTársutasok Wales-ből‘ [Fellow Travellers from Wales], 444


author ‘Cécile Tormay: A Gentlewoman Fascist in the Graveyard of the Hunchbacks,’ in Rebecca Haynes and Martyn Rady (eds), In the Shadow of Hitler: Personalities of the Right in Central and Eastern Europe (London: IB: Tauris)

Header photo above of a woman in a deckchair reading A Hét [The Week] in Hungary, 1959. She looks unimpressed. I don’t blame her. Photo donated to Fortepan by Zsolt Zsanda. Source

4th May 2019