Storey-Nagy, Jessica R. 2022. “Hungary and Ukraine: Relations Between States, States Between Relations.” Hungarian Studies Review. [As roundtable organizer.]

Storey-Nagy, Jessica R. 2022. “Disinformation, Ideas Without Borders, and the War in Ukraine.” Hungarian Studies Review. [As roundtable participant.]

Articles Under Review
“Billboards and Circus: Linguistic Landscape, Multimodality, and Legitimacy in Budapest’s 2019 Municipal Elections”

Book Reviews
Storey-Nagy, Jessica R. 2022. “Book Notes: Becky L. Schulthies, Channeling Moroccanness: Language and the media of sociality.” Language in Society 51 (2).

Storey-Nagy, Jessica R. 2021. “Review of Remains of Socialism: Memory and the Futures of the Past in Postsocialist Hungary by Maya Nadkarni.Hungarian Studies Review 48 (1), 134-138. 

Non Peer-Reviewed Academic Writing, Essays, and Interviews
“Jessica Storey-Nagy takes the page 99 test.” 23 January 2023. CaMP Anthropology.
“Creating Truths in Orbán’s Hungary.” Anthropology News, November-December 2021.
“Everyday Politics in Hungary” for REEIfication Newsletter, Fall 2019
“Reflections on Péter Krekó’s talk, “Russian Influence on the West: soft power, sharp power, or no power?” Russian Studies Workshop Blog, Spring 2019

“The Multilingual Far East: An Interview with Professor György Kara” for REEIfication Newsletter, Spring 2019
“Unexpected Histories: The Siberian Collection in Wells Library” for REEIfication Newsletter, Spring 2019
“Rushing the Blank Spot on the Map” for REEIfication Newsletter, Spring 2019
“Is this the Best We Can Do? Finding Our Universal Connection: An Interview with 2018 McCloskey Fellow Professor Asim Mujkić” for REEIfication, Fall 2018
“Interview with Professor Andréa Stanislav” for REEIfication, Fall 2018
“In the Archives: Digging for Hungarian-Italian Diplomatic Treasures in Wells Library” for REEIfication, Fall 2018