July 15, 2017
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Great Expectations and Interwar Realities

Cultural Diplomacy in Horthy's Hungary

The monograph examines the development of interwar Hungarian cultural diplomacy in three areas: academia, the tourist industry, and motion picture and radio production. It is a story of how Hungarian elites perceived—and misperceived—themselves, their surroundings, and their own ability to affect the country's fate amid high hopes and deepseated anxieties about the country's place in a Europe newly reconstructed after World War I. Though the study is rooted in Hungary, it explores the dynamic and contingent relationship between identity construction and transnational cultural and political currents in small EastCentral European nations in the interwar period.

9789633861943 : great-expectations-and-interwar-realities-nagy
354 Pages
$65.00 USD

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