Hungarian Review

Hungarian Review

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VIKTOR ORBÁN (Alcsútdoboz, 1963), Prime Minister of Hungary in 1998–2002 and since May 2010; graduated in Law at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, in 1987. In 1983, as a student he was a founding member of Bibó College, a circle for the study of democratic politics. A year later, with his

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CSILLA BERTHA, Debrecen University, Hungary, honorary chair of the Hungarian Yeats Society, author of Yeats the Playwright (in Hungarian), co-author of Worlds Visible and Invisible, co-edited several volumes on Irish literature, most recently Mirror up to Theatre (2015 Irish University Review special issue). She publishes widely in English and Hungarian

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ISTVÁN ÁGH (Felsőiszkáz, 1938), poet, writer. He directed the poetry section of the literary monthly Új Írás, and later became editor of the monthly Hitel. An influential writer of his generation, Ágh created a remarkable oeuvre in the genres of poetry, prose and essay. Regular member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts. Prizes include: József Attila Prize (1969, 1980), Kossuth

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STANISLAV BALÍK graduated from Masaryk University with a doctorate in history and political science. He is the executive director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy and Culture in Brno and head of the department of political science at Masaryk University. GERGELY EGEDY (Budapest, 1953), historian and political scientist,

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BRUCE ANDERSON (Orkney, 1949) is a London-based journalist and commentator edu- cated at the University of Cambridge. At one stage or other, he has written for all the major British newspapers. He was an Assistant Editor at The Sunday Telegraph and the Political Editor of The Spectator. In 1990, he published John Major: the Making of the Prime Minister. He is currently a commentator on Reaction,

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PÉTER ÁKOS BOD (Szigetvár, 1951). Economist, university professor. He worked in economic research at the Institute of Planning, Budapest, taught economics in Budapest and in the US before 1989. He was Minister of Industry and Trade between 1990 and 1991, and Governor of the Hungarian National Bank between 1991 and

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ZSOLT CZAKÓ Graphic design, photography and typography play an equally important role in the oeuvre of Zsolt Czakó. He has always been crossing the boundaries between art and design and has a deep interest in creating abstract visual languages. Experimental attitude, a deep focus on the subject matter and a complex

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TONY BRINKLEY (Pittsburgh, 1948) is a Professor of English at the University of Maine. He has translated extensively modern Russian, German and French poetry. His poetry and translations have appeared in Another Chicago Magazine, Beloit Poetry Journal, The New Review of Literature, Cerise Press, Drunken Boat, Shofar, May Day, World

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MELINDA BÁNYÁSZ (PhD) – professor of English and Hungarian – was born in 1977 in Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca, Romania). She completed her studies in Hungarian Language and Literature, and English Language and Literature, at Babeș-Bolyai University, in her native city. She defended her doctoral thesis in 2013 at the same university,

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MICHEL ANFROL graduated from the faculty of law at the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences-Po). He became member of the Rally of the French People (RPF) in 1950, where he endorsed the role of Secretary General of the party’s youth organisation between 1954 and1955. He is member of the