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Editor-in-Chief: Andrea Seidler

Short description:
Hungarian Studies intends to fill a long-felt need in the coverage of Hungarian studies by offering an independent, international forum for original papers of high scholarly standards within all disciplines of the humanities and social sciences (literature, philology, ethnology, folklore, musicology, art history, philosophy, history, sociology, etc.) pertaining to any aspects of the Hungarian past or present. In addition, every issue will carry short communications, book reviews and miscellaneous information - all features of interest to the widening audience of Hungarian studies. Publishes book reviews and advertisements.