A slightly modified version of my presentation of Paris, held at the Zsigmond Király Fõiskola in November 2012 about how to locate living relatives in Hungary, 
My presentation on how to locate living relatives in Hungary, held at the IAJGS annual conference in Paris (July 2012). 
Another article by Erica Hahn on her family research: "Why I went to Serbia and what I learned", in: Morasha, The Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois, Fall 2011 
See Erica Hahn "Tracing My Hidden Family Heritage in Hungary and Serbia." American Ancestors vol. 12, no. 1 (winter 2011): pp. 33–36, 43. For more information, please visit 
The APG (Association of Professional Genealogists) Quarterly introduced us in their 2009 Q1 issue. 
The Szombat (Jewish political and cultural) magazin ran a longer article on Jewish ancestral research in Hungary, it quoted us a few times. 
I was asked by Centropa to start a series on Genealogy in their newly launched magazin. Only one issue was published, the second was only published on the Internet. 
A nice reference was put onto the blog of "Genealogy Sites I do not hate". 
The lecture was also summarized in the article in Avotaynu, The International Review of Jewish Genealogy. 
In August 2006 I gave a lecture at the IAJGS (International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies) conference in New York. I was presenting less known books and other resources to the researche 
A short introduction of Hungarian Jewish Roots in The Journal of the Jewish Genealogical Society "Dorot" in 2003.