External research funding (EU), Arctic MSCA program, UiT Priority Program for thematic EU projects, development of externally funded international cooperative projects
- Bohus, Kata. The Opposition of the Opposition – new Jewish identities in the illegal underground public sphere in late communist Hungary. Rutgers University Press 2022 ISBN 9781978830806.s 325 - 345.
- Bohus, Kata. The most anti-Zionist Zionist Communist. István Szirmai’s role in the Hungarian communist movement and his views on Zionism and the ‘Jewish Question’. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2022 ISBN 978-3-525-31736-5.s 409 - 426.
- Bohus, Kata. Parallel memories? Public memorialization of the antifascist struggle and martyr memorial services in the Hungarian Jewish community during early Communism. Central European University Press 2022 ISBN 978-963-386-435-7.s 80 - 100.
- Bohus, Kata. Review of Benjamin Ginsberg, How the Jews Defeated Hitler. Exploding the Myth of Jewish Passivity in the Face of Nazism (Lanham, Boulder, New York, Toronto, Plymouth, UK: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2013). European Review of History 2016; Volum 23 (5-6). ISSN 1350-7486.s 978 - 979.
- Bohus, Kata. Anne and Éva: two diaries, two Holocaust memories in communist Hungary. Remembrance and Solidarity Studies in 20th Century European History 2016; Volum 5 (5). ISSN 2084-3518.s 97 - 113.
- Bohus, Kata. Not a Jewish question? The Holocaust in Hungary in the Kádár regime’s propaganda during Adolf Eichmann’s trial. Hungarian Historical Review 2015; Volum 4 (3). ISSN 2063-8647.s 737 - 772.
- Bohus, Kata. Review of Jan Čulík (ed.), National Mythologies in Central European TV Series. How J.R. Won the Cold War (Brighton, Chicago, Toronto: Sussex Academic Press, 2013). European Review of History 2015; Volum 22 (6). ISSN 1350-7486.s 981 - 983.
- Bohus, Kata. Institutionalized Confusion. The Hungarian Communist Leadership and the ‘Jewish Question’ at the beginning of the 1960s. Judaica Olomucensia 2013; Volum 1 (1). ISSN 1805-9139.s 6 - 22.
- Bohus, Kata. ’Hotel California’. Hungarian Jewish refugee experiences in Toronto after the 1956 revolution. Septentrio Conference Series 2012 (2). ISSN 0000-0000.
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