26.2 – Spring 2013: Table of Contents



  • The Economic, Political and Religious Elements of Czech Volhynia 
    By Bruce A. Vlk
  • The Exile Literary Critic Igor Hájek and His Contribution to Czech Studies in a Foreign Context 
    By Karolina Slamová
  • Václav Havel and the Legacy of Tomáš G. Masaryk
    By Zdeněk V. David
  • Tomáš G. Masaryk and Svetozár Hurban Vajanský at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: A Czecho-Slovak Friendship?
    By Josette Baer
  • Czech Pioneers in the American Northwest
    By Miloslav Rechcigl, Jr.


  • On The Rich Variety of Czech Verb Forms
    By Zdeněk Salzmann
  • Refugee Experience 1949-1950
    By Sylva Simsova
    Voyage through the Map: Thanksgiving
    By Tracy A. Burns


  • Procházková, Petra, Freshta. Trans. Julia Sherwood. London: Stork Press, 2012. ISBN: 978-0-9571326-4-1, 323 pp.
    By Tracy A. Burns
  • Július Satinský. Expedície: 1973-82. (Expeditions: 1973-82). Bratislava:
    Slovart, Edition Ryba, 2011. ISBN: 978-80-556-0490-9. 163 pp.
    By Tracy A. Burns
  • Mellner, Dušan. Žilina a Svojdomov: Moderná architektúra a urbanizmus mesta (1918-1948)/ Žilina and Svojdomov: Modern Architecture and Urbanism of the City (1918-1948). Self published, 2010. ISBN 978-80-970620-7-1. n.p.
    By Mary Hrabík Šámal
  • Bischof, Günter, Karner, Stefan, and Ruggenthaler, Peter, eds. The Prague Spring and the Warsaw Pact Invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2010. ISBN 978-0-7391-4304-9. 510 pp.
    By James W. Peterson
  • McDermott, Kevin and Stibbe, Matthew (eds.), Stalinist Terror in Eastern Europe: Elite Purges and Mass Repression. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2010. ISBN-10: 0719089026 ISBN-13: 9780719089022. 235 pp.
    By Robert K. Evanson

The original TOC with the Editor’s Notes is available here in PDF