Budapest : Pasts Inc. Centre for Historical Research, 2012.
Book — 276 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Part I. Academe and the politics of numerus clausus. -- The Hungarian numerus clausus : ideology, apology and history / Mária M. Kovács -- The first anti-Jewish law in interwar Europe / Peter Tibor Nagy
On the 1928 amendment to the Hungarian numerus clausus act / Andor Ladányi -- The restructuring of the academic market place in Hungary / Victor Karady -- "The radical defence in practice". The activity of the Turul Association at Hungarian universities between the two world wars / Robert Kerepeszki. -- Part II. Around the numerus clausus in Hungary. -- A successful battle for symbolic space : the numerus clausus law in Hungary / Katalin Fenyves -- " Numerus clausus represents a strong national ideology." Bishop Ottokár Prohászka and the closed number law in Hungary / Csaba Fazekas -- " All modern people are persecuted." Intellectual exodus and the Hungarian trauma, 1918-1920 / Tibor Frank
Numerus clausus exiles : Hungarian Jewish students in inter-war Berlin / Michael M. Miller
Anti-semitism at universities in Romania (1919-1939) / Lucian Nastasa
Memories about a segregated "Jewish Class" in a Budapest grammar school 1939-1947 / János M. Bak
Chronology of the numerus clausus in Hungary / Vera Pécsi