Dr Sándor Horváth

Publications


Monographs


Két emelet boldogság. Mindennapi szociálpolitika Budapesten a Kádár-korban [Two Floors of Happiness. The Everyday Practice of Social Policy in Budapest during the Kádár Era]. Budapest, 2012.
Kádár gyermekei: generációs konfliktusok a hatvanas években [Children of Kádár: Generational Conflicts in the 1960s]. Budapest, 2009.
A kapu és a határ: mindennapi Sztálinváros [The Gate and the Border: Everyday Stalintown]. Budapest, 2004.


Edited Volumes


Mindennapok Rákosi és Kádár korában [Everyday Life in the Rákosi and Kádár Eras]. Sándor Horváth (ed.). Budapest, 2008.
Munkástörténet és munkásantropológia. [Labour History and Anthropology] Sándor Horváth, László Pethő and Eszter Zsófia Tóth (eds.). Budapest, 2003.


Articles (Selection)


Aping the West in Hungary: 'Fridge Socialism' and the Making of the 'Teenager', in: Oliver Kühschelm, Franz X. Eder, Hannes Siegrist (eds.), Konsum und Nation: Zur Geschichte nationalisierender Inszenierungen in der Produktkommunikation. Bielefeld 2012, 279-302.
"'Wild West,' 'Gangster,' and 'Desperado' Feelings: the Perception of the 'West' in Youth Subcultures in Hungary in the 1960s", in: East Central Europe 38 (2011), 180-198.
"Patchwork Identities and Folk Devils. Youth Subcultures and Gangs in the Socialist Hungary", in: Social History 34 (2009), 163-183.
"Myths of the Great Tree Gang: Constructing Urban Spaces and Youth Culture in the 'Socialist' Budapest", in: Richard Rodger and Joanna Herbert (eds.), Testimonies of the City. Identity, Community and Change in a Contemporary Urban World. Aldershot 2007, 73-93.
"Pubs and 'Hooligans' in a Socialist City in Hungary: the Public Sphere and Youth in Stalintown" (Chapter VI), in: Axel Schildt and Siegfried Detlef (eds.), European Cities, Youth and the Public Sphere in the Twentieth Century. Aldershot 2005, 80-89.
"Everyday Life in the First Hungarian Socialist City", in: International Labor and Working-Class History (Cambridge Journals) 68 (2005), 24-46.
"Urbanisation socialiste: conflits culturels et outils de politique symbolique dans la premiere cité socialiste de Hongrie", in: La Nouvelle Alternative 20 (2005), 137-158.
"Alltag in Sztálinváros. Die 'Zivilisierten' und die 'Wilden' in der ersten sozialistischen Stadt Ungarns", in: Christiane Brenner and Peter Heumos (eds.), Sozialgeschichtliche Kommunismusforschung. Tschechoslowakei, Polen, Ungarn und DDR 1948-1968. Munich 2005, 505-526.


Reviews (Selection)


Mark Pittaway, The Workers' State: Industrial Labor and the Making of Socialist Hungary, 1944-1958. Reviewed by Sándor Horváth. The Hungarian Historical Review 2, no. 3 (2013), 682-691 (www.hunghist.org).
Über Spitzel und Kollaborateure, in: Spiegelungen - Zeitschrift für Deutsche Kultur und Geschichte Südosteuropas 61, no. 7 (2012), 408-411.
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