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2017
1 Peteri, Georg G.
“Socialism Is A Qualitatively Different World”: Demand Side Abundance and Its Discontents in Communist Hungary During the Long 1960s. Strategies and practices of handling abundance -- Project funded by the Tercentenary Foundation of the Swedish Riksbank; 2017-04-29 - 2017-04-29
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2016
2 Peteri, Georg G.
Mutató nélkül. B.A. úr X-ben (Without Index - Mr. A. B. in X). Rundabordssamtal med konstnären Ferenc Gróf, kuratorn József Mélyi, historikern György Péteri, konsthistorikern Edit András och konsthistorikern Enikő Róka. Book launch och rundabordssamtal i samband med utställningen "Without Index -- Mr. A. B. in X"; 2016-12-14 - 2016-12-14
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3 Peteri, Georg G.
Transsystemic Fantasies. Counterrevolutionary Hungary at Brussels' Expo '58. I: Mutató nélkül. B.A. úr X-ben. Gróf Ferenc kiállítása a Kiscelli Múzeumban. Budapest: Fővárosi Képtár 2016 ISBN 9786155341342. s. 11-33
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4 ; Høye Øvervall, Anders.
Quislinger, frihetskjempere og nasjonale kommunister : Ungarn i norske diplomaters forestillingsverden 1956-1968. Trondheim: NTNU 2016 73 s.
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5 Péteri, György.
A reform-közgazdasági ‘paradigma’ eredete és perzisztenciája, 1953-1976 [The origins and persistence of the 'paradigm' of reform economics]. 1956 és a szocializmus: válság és újragondolás [1956 and socialism: crisis and rethinking]; 2016-09-08 - 2016-09-10
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6 Péteri, György.
Contested socialisms: the conflict between critical sociology and reform economics in communist Hungary, 1967-71. Social history (London) 2016 ;Volum 41.(3) s. 249-266
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7 Péteri, György.
Demand Side Abundance. Managing Overflow: How People and Organizations Deal With Daily Overflows. Warsaw Management Summit 2016; 2016-09-01 - 2016-09-02
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8 Péteri, György.
Demand Side Abundance: On the Post-1956 Social Contract in Communist Hungary. East Central Europe 2016 ;Volum 43.(3) s. 315-343
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9 Péteri, György.
Keynote Speech to the First Roundtable Event of the European Project "Trauma and Revival", BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium. The First Roundtable Event of the European Project "Trauma and Revival"; 2016-09-21 - 2016-09-22
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2015
10 ; Valberg, Beate.
'Vi [...] må jobbe for at det vokser opp slike generasjoner i vårt land som heller ikke vil tenke tanken om å ta abort'' : den idelle kvinnen ifølge Fidesz, 1998-2012. Trondheim: NTNU 2015 83 s.
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11 Péteri, György.
Demand Side Abundance: Joining the Consumerist Ecumene and the Practices to Cope with Its Consequences in Communist Hungary, 1956-1975. Managing Overflow Project; 2015-04-28 - 2015-04-29
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12 Péteri, György.
Modern everyday and the party-state apparatus class in state-socialist Hungary, 1958-1970. Lecture Series "Prominent Historians at Home and Abroad"; 2015-05-08 - 2015-05-08
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13 Péteri, György.
Soft Power Within: Comments On State Socialism and Modern Mobility. Urban Automobility in Transition; 2015-09-16 - 2015-09-18
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14 Péteri, György.
The Technocrat and the Social Critic – On the Relationship between Economics and Sociology in Communist Hungary. Between Bukharin and Balcerowicz The History of Economic Thought Under Communism Methodological Workshop; 2015-04-24 - 2015-04-26
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15 Péteri, György.
Ungern 2015 - en totalitär demokrati. Ordfront magasin 2015 ;Volum 2015.(1) s. 30-33
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2014
16 Peteri, Georg G.
’Applied Science’ in Stalin’s Time: Hungary, 1945-1953. Basic and Applied Research. Historical Semantics of a Key Distinction in 20th Century Science Policy; 2014-02-20 - 2014-02-22
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17 Peteri, Georg G.
Should We Really be Surprised by Where Viktor Orbán’s Hungary is Heading?. Transit: Europäische Revue 2014 s. -
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18 Péteri, György.
Don't Waste the Gas!. IWMpost 2014 ;Volum 2014/2015.(114) s. 5-6
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19 ; Kuko, Haris.
Partizansko Spomen Groblje -- Symbolet på en svunnen tid. Trondheim: Institutt for historiske studier, NTNU 2014 70 s.
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20 Sindre Schultz, Finnanger.
Punk i Polen under kommunismen. Polske ungdommers opprør for autonomi på 80-tallet. Trondheim: Institutt for historiske studier, NTNU 2014 113 s.
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2013
21 Peteri, Georg G.
Explaining It All Away? Reports from East European Academics Visiting the USA during the Cold War. 45th Annual Convention of ASEEES; 2013-11-21 - 2013-11-24
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22 Peteri, Georg G.
Negotiating Normality: Everyday Lives in Socialist Institutions. Journal of Cold War Studies 2013 ;Volum 15.(2) s. 152-153
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23 Stangeland, Sigurd Sverre.
Die Rolle Deutschlands im Völkermord an den Armeniern 1915-1916. Trondheim: NTNU 2013 (ISBN 978-82-471-4427-5) 386 s. Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU(160)
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2012
24 Peteri, Georg G.
“Proud to be Hungarian ...” – Hungarian Visitors to The World’s Fair of Hunting in Budapest, 1971. 44th Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES); 2012-11-15 - 2012-11-18
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25 Peteri, Georg G.
The Language of Authoritarianism. Viktor Orbán's Speech in Kötcse, 5 September 2009 (Contribution to the roundtable "Democracy in Crisis? Politics, Culture, and Intellectual Life in Viktor Orbán's Hungary"). 44th Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES); 2012-11-15 - 2012-11-18
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26 Péteri, György.
Sites of Convergence: The USSR and Communist Eastern Europe at International Fairs Abroad and at Home. Journal of Contemporary History 2012 ;Volum 47.(1) s. 3-12
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27 Péteri, György.
Transsystemic Fantasies: Counterrevolutionary Hungary at Brussels’ Expo ‘58. Journal of Contemporary History 2012 ;Volum 47.(1) s. 137-160
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28 ; Nereid, Camilla Trud.
The Turkish Identity Politics of Modernisation: Islam and the West. Trondheim: NTNU 2012 (ISBN 978-82-471-3305-7) ;Volum 2012.137 s. Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU(22)
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2011
29 Haga, Lars Peder.
Erobrenes kart: Sovjetiske litterære, vitenskapelige og kulturelle aktørers mentale kartlegging av Øst- og Sentraleuropa, 1944-1953. Trondheim: Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet, Det humanistiske fakultet, Institutt for historie og klassiske fag 2011 (ISBN 978-82-471-2733-9) ;Volum 2011.204 s. Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU(100)
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30 Péteri, György.
" 'Don't Waste the Gas!' Satirical Representation of the Apparatus Class in the Early Kádár Era". Association for Slavic, East European, & Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), 43rd Annual Convention; 2011-11-17 - 2011-11-20
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31 Péteri, György.
Alternative Modernity? Everyday Practices of Elite Mobility in Communist Hungary, 1958-1980. I: The Socialist Car. Automobility in the Eastern Bloc. Cornell University Press 2011 ISBN 9780801477386. s. 41-68
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32 Péteri, György.
Cars and Commissars. Everyday Practices of Elite Mobility in Communist Hungary, 1956-1980. Cold War Studies Seminars, 3 May 2011, Davis Center, Harvard University; 2011-05-03 - 2011-05-03
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33 Péteri, György.
Contested Modernity. The Reception of Automobilism in the Cartoons of Communist Hungary's Satirical Magazine Ludas Matyi, 1958-1970. seminars of the Institute of Hungarian Studies, Rutgers University; 2011-03-29 - 2011-03-29
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34 Péteri, György.
“Issues of ‘Lifestyle’ in the Political and Discursive Practices of Kádár’s Hungary“. Association for Slavic, East European, & Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), 43rd Annual Convention; 2011-11-17 - 2011-11-20
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35 Péteri, György.
Streetcars of desire. The breakthrough of mass automobilism and its reception in Communist Hungary, 1958–70. History of East Central Europe, course offered by the Harriman Institute / East Central European Center of Columbia University; 2011-03-28 - 2011-03-28
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2010
36 Péteri, György.
Alternative Modernity? Everyday Practices of Elite Mobility in Communist Hungary, 1956-1980. Seminar at the East Central European Center of the Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York; 2010-10-14 - 2010-10-14
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37 Péteri, György.
Convergence or the Power of Discourse. Anxiety and Systemic Identity in Communist Hungary in the 1970s. The 42nd National Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies; 2010-11-18 - 2010-11-21
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38 Péteri, György.
Imagining the West in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. University of Pittsburgh Press 2010 (ISBN 978-0822961253) 336 s.
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39 Péteri, György.
Nomenklatura with Smoking Guns. Hunting in Communist Hungary’s Party-State Elite. I: Pleasures in Socialism: Leisure and Luxury in the Eastern Bloc. Northwestern University Press 2010 ISBN 978-0810126909. s. 310-343
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40 Péteri, György.
State Socialism, Mobility, and Modernity (in Russian). Forum for Anthropology and Culture 2010 (12) s. 114-126
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41 Péteri, György.
The Oblique Coordinate Systems of Modern Identity. I: Imagining the West in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. University of Pittsburgh Press 2010 ISBN 978-0822961253. s. 1-12
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42 ; Nordland, Ole Fridtjof.
Kritiske kamerater. DDRs diplomater om de økonomiske reformene i Ungarn 1968. Trondheim: Institutt for historie og klassiske fag, NTNU 2010 70 s.
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2009
43 Peteri, Georg G.
Reporting from 'Over There': Eastern Europe's Ford Fellows on Their Experience in the USA during the 1960s. Cold War Interactions Reconsidered; 2009-10-29 - 2009-10-31
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44 Peteri, Georg G.
Trans-Systemic Fanatasies: Counter-Revolutionary Hungary Staging Herself at Expo '58. National Convention 2009, American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies; 2009-11-12 - 2009-11-15
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45 Péteri, György.
Az autós a ludas. Az automobilizmus magyarországi recepciójának történetéhez az 1960-as években. I: A felhalmozás míve. Történeti tanulmányok Kövér György tiszteletére. Századvég Kiadó 2009 ISBN 978-963-7340-73-4. s. 302-315
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46 Péteri, György.
Fellowships and grants. I: The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History. Macmillan Publishers Ltd. 2009 ISBN 978-1-4039-9295-6. s. 387-388
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47 Péteri, György.
Streetcars of desire: cars and automobilism in communist Hungary (1958–70). Social history (London) 2009 ;Volum 34.(1) s. 1-28
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48 ; Raundalen, Jon.
Mellom Ersatzprodukt og Massenwirksamkeit. Genrefilmen som kulturelt felt i DDR 1966-1976. : NTNU 2009 (ISBN 9788247114995) 294 s.
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2008
49 Haugstad, Aleksandra Witczak.
A discipline divided : Polish economists and the communist regime, 1945-1960. Trondhéim: Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2008 (ISBN 978-82-471-8978-8) 336 s.
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50 Péteri, György.
Private Cars and the 'Socialist Mode of Consumption' in Post-1956 Hungary. "The Socialist Car"; 2008-06-13 - 2008-06-14
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