Memory, Commemoration, Crisis

Fulbright, Arkansas, and the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Fulbright Program, 1946–2021 Part II Fulbright Program anniversaries have been plagued by crises every twenty-five years. In 1971, a dramatic 40 per

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Media Freedom in Hungary

A Nuanced Perspective In parts of the international press, there seems to be a widespread view that free media in Hungary under Viktor Orbán has been greatly reduced, and that

AMERICA INTO THE WHIRLWIND

My earlier odyssey through America’s fruited plains ended with a prediction that the recent struggle between the country’s twin political hysterias of left and right was starting to trend in

History

Memory, Commemoration, Crisis

Fulbright, Arkansas, and the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Fulbright Program, 1946–2021 Part II Fulbright Program anniversaries have been plagued by crises every twenty-five years. In 1971, a dramatic 40 per

SAINT STEPHEN SCHOOL IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE

Tamás Krump, a Hungarian Christian, Founds a Schoolin the Most Populous Muslim Country in the World In 2001, I sojourned at a parish home led by the Jesuit Father István

Arts and Letters

The Book in the Mirror OR THE CASE OF THE EATEN SAILORS

Apparent coincidences form vital wholes gaping in the net ofphysical causality, through which deus ex machina manifestshis volition; they are tears in the fabric of reality through whichDestiny and Fate

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BERNARD ADAMS, literary translator, was born in 1937 in the Black Country of the English West Midlands. Educated at King Edward’s School, Birmingham, he did his national service in the