Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 has forced reflection on relations between states, nations, and supranational organizations in Europe, and it highlights many reasons to question and reassess the lines that demarcate them. This roundtable offers fact-based analyses of the relationship between the Hungarian and Ukrainian states in the past and present. It brings together a group of international scholars and draws attention to the undeniable connectivity of ethnic and other groups across multiple states’ borders. Furthermore, it addresses media framings in those places and why those framings track with the populations who consume them. An area-studies journal like the Hungarian Studies Review is distinctly poised to host this multidisciplinary conversation, provide insight, and offer invitation for further analysis. Multidisciplinary conversation can bridge the humanities and social science gap between scholars who write in different ways with different goals—and who sometimes disagree. It is perhaps serendipitous that area studies...
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Research Article| December 01 2022
Hungary and Ukraine: Relations between States, States between Relations
Jessica R. Storey-Nagy
Jessica R. Storey-Nagy
Indiana University, US
Jessica R. Storey-Nagy is visiting faculty in the Language Training Center at Indiana University. She is a political and linguistic anthropologist with a PhD in Central Eurasian Studies from Indiana University, Bloomington. Her research explores political discourse in Hungary and how Hungarians make meaning from often ambiguous political texts. Broadly, she is interested in nationhood, identity, meaning-making, and political talk.
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Hungarian Studies Review (2022) 49 (2): 201–223.
Jessica R. Storey-Nagy; Hungary and Ukraine: Relations between States, States between Relations. Hungarian Studies Review 1 December 2022; 49 (2): 201–223. doi: https://doi.org/10.5325/hungarianstud.49.2.0201
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