A nyilvános vita időpontja: Jelen értekezést korábban más intézményben nem nyújtottam be és azt nem utasították el. First and foremost, I wish to thank Dr.
Tibor Glant for believing in me years ago, for encouraging me to complete this dissertation, andfor his support, inspiration, and valuable advice throughout this arduous process, especially in its final stages.
Mónika Fodor especially for her travelsDr. István Vida, and Dr. Éva Mathey, for providing me with suggestions for improvement. Several friends have read earlier drafts of the manuscript in various stages of its writing, and I thank my wife Eszti Pigniczky, Andrea Mészáros, Katalin Vörös, Gergely Tóth, my father Ödön Szentkirályi, Katalin Kaschl Gulden, and Andrew Pogány for plowing through it all and for their useful commentary.
Additional thanks are due to By binational swiss anti aging Muhoray and to my brother Zsolt Szentkirályi, for reading the military chapter, to Krisztina Oláh, my research assistant who collected and organized the pictures for the military chapter, and to my niece Anna Tábor, who transcribed the interviews in the fourth chapter.
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To my children, Keve, Bendegúz, Vajk, and Enese, I dedicate this entire work, and I thank them for putting up with my domestic grouchiness whilst writing and researching these past several years. I want to express my sincere appreciation to my parents, Ödön and Melinda Szentkirályi, and to my sister Bea Tábor and my brothers Zsolt and Pál, for speaking Hungarian to me while I was growing up, and for driving me to scouts, regös, and Hungarian school every week.
To my Hungarian school teachers and scout leaders, who instilled in me a love for my heritage and for my community, I salute you. But most of all, to my wife Eszti. For encouraging me to finish this project among so many others. For thinking strategically, maintaining levelheadedness, and distilling all of life's issues into her practical observations.
For all your daily support. For being my best friend through it all. Emetic's Church 2. Today, however, by binational swiss anti aging number of Hungarians in Cleveland is dwindling, and it is but a shadow of its glorious Hungarian past. Accepted as fact and appearing both in print 1 and in common memory, the statements above are actually both false, a part of current and past Hungarian mythology.
Although the old Buckeye Road Hungarian neighborhood can be said to be no more, the greater Cleveland area is still home to many Hungarians, with a large and active ethnic community and with many Hungarian organizations that have survived and still thrive.
The state of Hungarians in Cleveland in is that of a shrinking yet still vibrant and patriotic community with extended roots, a community that proudly continues to maintain its Hungarian language and traditions. A burgeoning of Hungarian-American scholarship grew out of the 's, including doctoral dissertations by historians P. Bődy, Nándor Dreisziger, M. Vassady, and F. Wagner, in the field of linguistics and literature E. Bakó, Joshua Fishman, A.
Kerek, Leslie Könnyű, W. Nemser, and Ágnes Huszár Várdy, in ethnography L. Dégh, M. Hollós, M. Sozan, B. Maday, and A.
Vázsonyi, in sociology P. Benkart and A. Weinstock, and by binational swiss anti aging and archival studies compiled by A. Boros-Kazai, R. Biro, I. Halász de Beky, L. Kovács, A. Molnár, and By binational swiss anti aging. One of the best is the comprehensive book by Julianna Puskás, Ties That Bind, Ties That Divide: Years of Hungarian Experience in the United Stateswhich is an extensive study spanning part of the nineteenth and the entire twentieth century.
Both articles accessed 16 October Miklós Szántó's Magyarok Amerikában, on the other hand, is not nearly as exhaustive, but nevertheless provides an overall view of Hungarian migration. Published in communist Budapest init reviews vitayouth anti aging hidratáló krém successive waves of migration interwar, postSecond World War refugees from the Displaced Persons camps, and as disparate and separate, and focuses mostly on the conflicts among them, as well as providing an overview of Hungarian government policies toward its emigres.
Gábor Tarján's article in Magyar Szemle provides an accurate portrayal by binational swiss anti aging Hungarian-American life, looked at from the perspective of a folk ethnographer.
His readable summary details major waves of immigration, addresses language and cultural questions, gives an overview of Hungarian schooling in the United States, and touches on the scouting movement and higher education. In addition, he perceptively characterizes bilingualism, religious and cultural life, the image of Hungary, and dual identities of Hungarians born in the U. His conclusions, which question whether Hungarian-American institutions and life can long survive, have with the hindsight of ten years been proven wrong, although the general tendencies he describes are accurate.
Papp in and published amidst controversy in 5 A detailed and objective analysis of modern Hungarian-American communities, the authors conducted 53 extended interviews with leaders of organizations in Hungarian communities in various U. Some quite useful studies were conducted by émigré scholars, most notably by the historian Steven Béla Várdy.
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Comparable in quality and vernamiege suisse anti aging to Julianna Puskás' seminal work, his massive Magyarok az Újvilágban [Hungarians in the New World] is written in the Hungarian language.
This work encompasses a century and a half of Gábor Tarján, "Nemzedékváltás az amerikai magyarságnál" Magyar Szemle Attila Z. Papp, ed. Originally commissioned by the Hungarian government institution HTMH Határon Túli Magyarok Hivatala: Institute for Hungarians Beyond Hungary's Borders and contracted to the Teleki László Intézet a foreign policy research institutefunding for its research was unexpectedly rescinded part way through the project, then reinstated, and upon initial publication by the Hungarian Institute for International Affairs Magyar Külügyi Intézetpolitical controversy led to the temporary confiscation of published copies, a situation which was eventually resolved, leading to the eventual uninhibited distribution of the by binational swiss anti aging.
Most of its material has been published in journals before, but it synthesizes very effectively, providing not only insightful analysis, but also trustworthy details proving the general trends.
Somewhat shorter, older, but nevertheless still quite useful is Várdy's The HungarianAmericans, published in This book addresses not only the successive waves of migration, but also gives a comprehensive picture of Hungarian-American history, journalism, publishing, and scholarship. It also includes useful observations about the perpetuation of culture, as well as a case study of the Hungarian Association of Cleveland.
Compiled and written together with his wife, Ágnes Huszár Várdy, Újvilági küzdelmek: az amerikai magyarok élete és az óhaza [Struggles of the New World: Hungarian-American Lives and the Old Country] contains 23 articles previously published in Hungarian journals by the Várdys.
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The themes of the writings range from the past and present of Hungarian-American life to the impact of Lajos Kossuth on America, from religious and social life of Hungarian-Americans to their relationship with Hungary.
Another quite useful journal article, albeit now almost 30 years old, was written by the Várdys in Gyula Borbándi's A magyar emigráció életrajza is comprehensive, objective, and deals mainly with Hungarian emigre literary and political life. Although it discusses Hungarian emigres worldwide, Hungarian-Americans nevertheless figure prominently in it.
Originally published in Bern init details three waves of emigration:, and Lesser works also prevail. Leslie Konnyu's 80 by binational swiss anti aging Hungarians in the United States: an Immigration Study is a shorter contribution providing a short background of Hungary's history to the American reader, continuing with phases of Hungarian immigration to the U. This study provides a useful chronology of dates, offers primary documents and letters of importance, and includes statistics and listings of Hungarian-American institutions, population tables, university language courses, publications, Hungarian collections in American libraries, and Hungarian-named geographic locations in the U.
Newer and broader in scope is Attila Miklósházy's A tengeren túli emigráns magyar katolikus egyházi közösségek rövid története Észak- és Dél-amerikában, valamint Ausztráliában On the Protestant front, Zoltán Béky assembled a concise history of the Hungarian Öregedésgátló krém szemhéjra Federation in America, covering toentitled Az amerikai magyar református egyesület főbb eseményei.
Also worth mentioning is the modern photographic work of the scholar Gergely Tóth. He travels the world, looking up Hungarian emigre communities in Australia, South America, but mostly in the United States, and Cleveland and its vicinity figures prominently on his 6 website, with recent photographs of places of Hungarian interest.
The most recent objective portrayal of Hungarian-Americans is a 5-part documentary film produced by the city TV station of Debrecen under the leadership of Tamás Széles and Ferenc Vojtkó, Üzenem az otthoni hegyeknek It is not a comprehensive study, but is quite representative, and offers an objective, realistic snapshot of the current state of Hungarian communities in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cleveland, Boston, New Brunswick, three in Connecticut, and Washington, D.
Papp's work were from the city.
Julianna Puskás does have an excellent chapter entitled "The Magyars in Cleveland, " in Identity, Conflict, and Cooperation: Central Europeans in Cleveland,a comprehensive study of six groups of immigrants from Croatia, the Czech lands, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
The book provides useful insights about the immigration experience, and Puskás' chapter does trace the development of the Hungarian neighborhoods in the Cleveland area.
Introduction As well as receiving much attention at an empirical and descriptive level, the fear of crime has, of course, received considerable theoretical attention. Theoretical work, as one might well imagine, does not always proceed smoothly, and efforts have met with varying degrees of empirical success. Indeed, few of the theoretical models have been sufficiently ambitious to fully appreciate this complex social phenomenon.
Let us take a closer look at these works next. Stephen By binational swiss anti aging published a short article in the January edition of Ethnomusicology 6 entitled "Folksinging of the American Hungarians in Cleveland.
Site accessed 24 October David Hammack and Diane L. Her monograph, Hungarian Americans and their Communities of Cleveland, published by the Ethnic Heritage Studies department at Cleveland State University inis a comprehensive account, devoting one quarter of its contents to an overall history of Hungary, one by binational swiss anti aging to Hungarians in America, and over half exclusively to the Hungarian communities of Cleveland.
Full of maps and archival photographs, it traces not only the historical development of Cleveland's Hungarian communities, but also contains several appendices detailing ethnicity and politics, a case study of building a Hungarian church, and of Hungarian contributions to culture. Although now over 30 years old, it remains the authoritative English-language study of Cleveland Hungarians.
My methodology differs slightly from that of Susan Papp, but my intent when starting my research was to update and complement her work. Ferenc Somogyi arcpúder anti aging trained in law in pre-World War II Hungary, was elected to its Parliament inand emigrated as a refugee of the Second World War, settling in Cleveland in and taking an active part in its Hungarian intellectual life.
His last published work was a history of Hungarians in Cleveland entitled A clevelandi magyarság vázlatos története, in His monograph is also comprehensive, offering a detailed listing of Hungarian organizations in Cleveland from a historical perspective, beginning with Lajos Kossuth's visit to the city, through the stories of Hungarian oligarchs such as Tivadar Kundtz, chronicling the lives and important facts of each of Cleveland's Hungarian churches as social entities, detailing Cardinal Joseph Mindszenty's visit to Cleveland, and concluding with a very readable listing of active Hungarian organizations in the Cleveland of Somogyi brought over forty years of personal experience in Cleveland's Hungarian life to his research, and his work is by far the most exhaustive yet easily readable book on Hungarians in Cleveland published in the Hungarian language.
I will deal with his other works later in the dissertation, but I chose his comprehensive history as a model for my work, using the English language to reach a broader audience. His work also showed the vibrancy of Cleveland's Hungarians, and my dissertation attempts to update where he left off. Imre Sári Gál was born and educated in Hungary, and came to Cleveland after His book, Clevelandi Magyar Múzeum: riportok, versek, fényképek a clevelandi magyarság életéből, was published in Toronto in Less scholarly in nature and more of a collection of the author's poems, newspaper articles, and photographs of Hungarian life in Cleveland, 5 the book is by binational swiss anti aging valuable treasure with quality interviews, census statistics, detailed histories and descriptions of some businesses and clubs, and accurate listings of all Hungarian organizations in Cleveland as házi természetes anti aging arckrém snapshot of Hungarian life in Cleveland in the 's.
The book reads like a newspaper, objectively reported yet with a personal interest perspective, and with many photographs, flyers, advertisements, and letterhead samples reproduced to give the reader an impressionistic view of Cleveland's Hungarian life. Like his collection, I also will attempt to offer a snapshot of Cleveland Hungarian life inalbeit with more historical context going back tothe year that a large influx of refugees from Hungary arrived in Cleveland.
Alan Attila Szabo researched Hungarian-American communities of the greater Cleveland area and submitted a cultural anthropology analysis as his Master's thesis at Kent State University in Drawing on information collected while selling life insurance and determining potential customers' interest in a Hungarian mail order business, he attended hundreds of Hungarian events in Northeast Ohio and assembled a database of individuals and their families, who all defined themselves as Hungarian or of Hungarian descent.
He then randomly selected individuals from his database and found similar results to the US Census proportions of Hungarian speakers to Hungarian ancestry.
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Tibor Bognár, on the other hand, did not spend nearly as much time in Cleveland as the previously mentioned authors. A graduate student in media and communications at John Carroll University, he only lived in Cleveland two years as a member of the Calasanctius Training Program a nonprofit organization founded by the Buffalo Hungarian ophthalmologist Péter Forgách to train graduate students from By binational swiss anti aging in business and ethical practicesand has since returned to Hungary.
His documentary film, self-produced and self-filmed as his master's thesis, is still being taught in graduate media classes at John Carroll University and also in courses at the University of Debrecen. My previous work can also be added to this category; in the Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble published a collection of oral histories of Hungarians in Cleveland, conducted by local teenaged scouts doing ethnographic field work by binational swiss anti aging fourteen Hungarian churches within driving distance of Cleveland.
Entitled Clevelandben még élnek magyarok? Visszaemlékezések gyűjteménye [Do Hungarians still live in Cleveland?
A collection of oral histories], the book contains some firsthand memories of emigration from Hungary and its surrounding countries, but mostly memories of Hungarian traditions in Cleveland, including harvest festival, Easter, Christmas, food, wedding, and Buckeye Road customs. The book is written in Hungarian. Réka Pigniczky's documentary film Inkubátor, on which I collaborated, also mentions some aspects of Cleveland and its Hungarian community, as does her forthcoming film, Megmaradni, due to be released in August of John Sabol published the most recent book on Cleveland's Buckeye Road neighborhood, titled simply Cleveland's Buckeye Neighborhood The book touches on the Slovak population but focuses mainly on the Hungarian population, using historical pictures, each with a short, solidly researched descriptive paragraph.
The book offers a historical glimpse into the everyday lives of the Hungarians who lived along Buckeye Road in its heyday. My appendix will show similar pictures gleaned from my military interviews, offering a historical glimpse of a different sort. Susan Papp's and Ferenc Somogyi's works are both detailed and historically accurate, but in their descriptions of the churches and secular groups fail to provide a perspective of the average person.
What are the factors that impact language maintenance? What folk traditions do these Cleveland Hungarians maintain? What By binational swiss anti aging books do they publish and read? What are their everyday lives like? Tibor Bognár and John Sabol, on the other hand, provide a glimpse into some individual lives through one case study 7 and through the snapshots of the Buckeye Road neighborhood, but both works lack comprehensity.
Bognár focuses on the demise of the neighborhood and fails to address the broader contemporary situation, while Sabol provides many photographs but offers no analysis. This dissertation aims to analyze questions from a broader perspective as well as examine hundreds of personal lives to present the Hungarians of Cleveland.
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The state of Hungarians in Cleveland in is that of a shrinking yet still vibrant and patriotic community with extended roots, a community that continues to maintain its Hungarian language and traditions. The dissertation maps this by binational swiss anti aging by addressing the julie nicolet svájci anti aging of vibrancy in sketching contemporary Hungarian communities in Cleveland, much like Susan Papp and Ferenc Somogyi 's works, but will also conduct a literary explication of several local and visiting authors, as well as giving an overview of Hungarian newspapers and periodicals.
It will delve into a language use case study to disclose the factors impacting language maintenance in the community. Finally, the dissertation will detail the level of patriotism among Cleveland's Hungarians by noting their public monuments and examining their service in the U. Zoltán Kodály, Béla Bartók, and their contemporaries have documented Hungarian village life in detail.
Hungarian-Americans also have a tradition of nurturing folk culture and folk dancing which dates back to the 's and 's, as emigres attempted to continue the traditions of the pre-war Gyöngyösbokréta and post-war folkdance performance groups, and later, after the 's, to preserve the essence of the táncház movement in their newfound by binational swiss anti aging.
Recent scholars such as Gábor Tarján, Ágnes Fülemile, and Balázs Balogh have lived in Hungarian-American communities and documented their ethnographic and folk traditions. Hungarian immigrants to Cleveland are not homogenous, since they came from many different enclaves in Hungary and the Carpathian Basin.
Furthermore, they revived certain Hungarian folk and cultural traditions, by binational swiss anti aging relearning them from books, and over time passed these traditions on to each successive generation. This dissertation uses a similar ethnographic methodology and tries to discern a similar pattern among HungarianAmericans, specifically those living in Cleveland, as a distinct ethnographic group. Indeed, some Cleveland Hungarian traditions date back over a hundred years, brought with immigrants from the Carpathian basin and maintained through several succeeding 8 generations, passed on from grandparent and parent throughout the last and current century, whether in folkwear or in customs.
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The Hungarians living in Cleveland today are also a thriving community, much as Hungarian villages in Hungary and its surrounding countries. The purpose of my research is not only to document their current culture, values, and traditions, but also to analyze how and why these traditions perpetuate the community and slow their assimilation. I also drew on the methodology of Zoltán Fejős in his study of Chicago Hungarians, A chicagói magyarok két nemzedéke He used personal data to provide important source materials, which allowed him to employ a bottom-up approach to "proceed from the 'lower' level of individual facts towards understanding more general phenomena and processes.
This set of knowledge is a dynamic construction. The study warns us how unreliable it is to use such adjectives in a general sense.