László Kürti, Professor
László Kürti, Professor
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TitleCited byYear
Working images: Visual research and representation in ethnography
AI Alfonso, L Kurti, S Pink
Routledge, 2004
Remote Borderland, The: Transylvania in the Hungarian Imagination
L Kurti
SUNY Press, 2014
Homecoming: Affairs of anthropologists in and of Eastern Europe
L Kürti
Anthropology Today 12 (3), 11-15, 1996
Youth and the state in Hungary: Capitalism, communism, and class
L Kürti
Pluto Press, 2002
Globalisation and the discourse of otherness in the" new" Eastern and Central Europe
L Kürti
The wingless eros of socialism: Nationalism and sexuality in Hungary
L Kürti
Anthropological Quarterly, 55-67, 1991
Postsocialist Europe: Anthropological perspectives from home
L Kürti, P Skalník, P Skalník
Berghahn Books, 2009
Beyond borders: remaking cultural identities in the new East and Central Europe
L Kürti, J Langman
Westview Press, 1997
The Politics of Joking: Popular Response to Chernobyl
L Kürti
The Journal of American Folklore 101 (401), 324-334, 1988
Rocking the State: Youth and Rock Music Culture in Hungary, 1976-1990
L Kürti
East European Politics and Societies 5 (3), 483-513, 1991
Picture perfect: community and commemoration in postcards
L Kurti
Working images: Visual research and representation in ethnography, 47-71, 2004
People vs the state: Political rituals in contemporary Hungary
L Kürti
Anthropology Today 6 (2), 5-8, 1990
Introduction: Postsocialist Europe and the anthropological perspective from home
L Kürti, P Skalník
na, 2009
Psychic phenomena, neoshamanism, and the cultic milieu in Hungary
L Kürti
Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 4 (2), 322-350, 2001
East and West: The scholarly divide in anthropology.
L Kürti
Anthropological notebooks 14 (3), 2008
Cameras and other gadgets. Reflections on fieldwork experiences in socialist and post-socialist Hungarian communities
L Kürti
Social Anthropology 7 (2), 169-187, 1999
Transylvania, land beyond reason: toward an anthropological analysis of a contested terrain
L Kurti
Dialectical anthropology 14 (1), 21-52, 1989
The emergence of postcommunist youth identities in Eastern Europe: From communist youth, to skinheads, to national Socialists and beyond
L Kürti
Nation and race: The developing Euro-American racist subculture, 175-201, 1998
Twenty years after: rock music and national rock in Hungary
L Kürti
Region: Regional Studies of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia 1 (1 …, 2012
The uncivility of a civil society: skinhead youth in Hungary
K László
Kopecky, Petr–Mudde, Cas (szerk.): Uncivil Society, 37-54, 2003
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