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Budapesti Könyvszemle - BUKSZ
Budapest Review of Books

Publishing House: Budapesti Könyvszemle Alapítvány
Subject(s): Social Sciences
Frequency: 4 issues
ISSN: 0865-4247
Status: Active

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  • Issue No. 01/15
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  • Issue No. 3-4/27
  • Issue No. 1-2/28
  • Issue No. 3-4/28
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Short Description

BUKSZ - Budapesti Könyvszemle is a critical quarterly of the social sciences, which was founded in 1989. The journal combines rigorous, lively, and sometimes biting criticism with an open spirit of enquiry about new approaches in the humanities in Hungary and in the wider world. The primary aim of the English version is to make the debates within the Budapest intellectual milieu accessible outside it. Naturally, it is in our interest to make our critical voice heard by transcending linguistic barriers. But it is also vital for "Western" intellectuals to understand how their Central European counterparts view the current period of spectacular and frequently explosive changes in their region. With the publication of the English edition the editors of the Budapest Review of Books hope to make a contribution towards breaking down old barriers and establishing new meeting points.