Essays on Ethnicity, Identity, and Culture
From an examination of photographer Andre Kertesz to a visit to a Hungarian American church in Cleveland, from a consideration of stereotypical treatment of Hungarians in North American fiction and film to a description of the process of translating Hungarian poetry into English, Teleky's interests are wide-ranging. he concludes with an account of his first visit to Hungary at the end of Soviet rule.
"A splended book on all counts..This is the rare sort of work that opens up the innder life and its ambiguities and tensions of a people (and its emigrant descendants) to outsiders and makes us realize we've been waiting for a long time."—M. L. Rosenthal
Other Titles in SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / General
Other Titles in Cultural studies