Volume 48, 2021/2-3


  • Svitlana Potapenko: Serving the Empire? The Ukrainian Nobility in the Late Eighteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
  • Philippe Henri Blasen – Andrei Cușco: Novoselitsa – “An Insignificant Barrier”: Transborder Experiences at the Imperial Periphery in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century
  • Darina Volf: The “Winnetou Kitsch” and Other Traces of “Americanization”: Popular Culture in Socialist Czechoslovakia between State, Producers and Consumers
  • Jan Mervart Jiří Růžička: Czechoslovak Post-Stalinism: A Distinct Field of Socialist Visions
  • Bernadett Lehoczki: Cold War Relations between Hungary and Brazil from a Semi-Peripheral Perspective (1960–1980)
  • Agustín Cosovschi: Phrasing the Yugoslav Crisis: Jovan Mirić and the Constitutional Debates of the 1980s
  • Vassilios A. Bogiatzis: The Great Idea is dead, long live the Great Ideas: Modernist Projects in the Shadow of the Greek Interwar Crisis

Roundtable Discussion: The Past, Present, and Future of Comparative History in East Central Europe and Beyond


  • The Human Rights Dictatorship: Socialism, Global Solidarity and Revolution in East Germany, edited by Ned Richardson-Little
    Jenny Price
  • The Rise of Hungarian Populism: State Autocracy and the Orbán Regime, written by Attila Antal
    Kyle Shybunko
  • Nation Building: Why Some Countries Come Together While Others Fall Apart, written by Andreas Wimmer
    Ágoston Berecz
  • The Last Ghetto: An Everyday History of Theresienstadt, written by Anna Hájková
    Denisa Nešťáková
  • Genocide in the Carpathians: War, Social Breakdown, and Mass Violence 1914-1945, written by Raz Segal
    Leslie Waters
  • Proud and Torn: A Visual Memoir of Hungarian History, written, produced and created by Bettina Fabos, historical advising and editing by Leslie Waters and Kristina Poznan, designed by Dana Potter, coded by Collin Cahill, Jacob Espenscheid, and Connor Thorson, animation by Isaac Campbell
    Robert Nemes

List of reviewers from 2018 Vol. 45. No.1-3.