Professor James Mark


Books/ Collections

The Unfinished Revolution: Making Sense of the Communist Past in central-eastern Europe (Yale University Press, 2010).
With R. Gildea (eds.), Voices of Europe's '68 (Special Issue of Cultural and Social History, 2011).
With R. Gildea, A. Warring, Europe's 1968: Voices of Revolt (Oxford University Press, in press, 2012).
With P. Apor, Che in Budapest: Global Revolution in the Socialist Bloc (in preparation)

Selection of Articles/ Chapters

'Remembering Rape: Divided Social Memory and the Red Army in Hungary 1944-5', Past and Present 188 (2005).
with Robert Gildea and Niek Pas, 'European Radicals and the "Third World": imagined solidarities and radical networks 1958-73', Cultural and Social History 8/4 (2011).
'Containing Fascism: History in Post-Communist Baltic Genocide and Occupation Museums', in: Oksana Sarsikova and Péter Apor (eds.), Past for the Eyes (Central European University Press, 2008).
with Péter Apor, 'Mobilizing Generation: The Idea of 1968 in Hungary' in Anna von der Goltz (ed.), Talkin' About My Generation (Wallstein, 2011).
'Discrimination, opportunity and middle-class success in early Communist Hungary', Historical Journal 48/2 (2005).
'What Remains? Anti-Communism, Forensic Archaeology and the Re-telling of the National Past in Romania and Lithuania', Past and Present 206 (2010).
Find a full list of publications here.