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Archived News

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 62 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
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Engraving, Plaster Cast, Photograph. Chapters from the History of Artwork Reproduction

The volume, published by the Institute of Art History contains edited versions of the presentations delivered at the international workshop on the history of reproductions, held on 27 August 2020 in t... read more..

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RCH researchers also take part in an international collaboration exploring the history of horse domestication

A new paper with a focus on archaeogenomics on the history of horse domestication has been published in Nature, in which the authors also report on the results of their study of Br... read more..

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On the Verge of a New Era

The Battle of Mohács (29 August 1526) is a singular event of symbolic significance for Hungary and the whole of Central Europe. Over the last thirty years, extensive work by Hungarian historians to re... read more..

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Ceremony to present the 2021 ELKH academic awards

The Eötvös Loránd Research Network (ELKH) Secretariat has established the Eötvös Loránd Research Network Prize and the Róbert Bárány Prize applicable to young researchers to recognize outstanding acad... read more..

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Researchers from the Research Centre for the Humanities have also contributed to the ethical guidelines for DNA testing of human remains published in Nature

Two researchers from the ELKH Research Centre for the Humanities, Eszter Bánffy and Anna Szécsényi-Nagy, participated in a multidisciplinary workshop aimed at developing ethical guidelines that can be... read more..

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Physics meets Philosophy 7: Conceptual Foundations of Relativity

The Research Group for Philosophy of Physics, Institute of Philosophy, RCH, cordially invites you to its interdisciplinary workshop on Physics Meets Philosophy 7: Conceptual Foundations of Relati... read more..

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New Chapters from Polish and Hungarian Intellectual History

The Institute of Philosophy of the Research Centre for the Humanities (IP RCH) & the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IFiS PAN), cordially invite you to the... read more..

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Evaluation of the findings from the archeological excavation in the Royal Crypt at the Benedictine Abbey of Tihany begins

In addition to the validation of the 1953 research, the aim of the wall research and archaeological excavation carried out in the Royal Crypt at Tihany Abbey led by the ELKH Research Centre for the read more..

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Presentations by Gusztáv D. Kecskés, Miklós Mitrovits and Tamás Scheibner at the HSAC online conference

The online annual international conference of the Hungarian Studies Association of Canada entitled Hungary: Northern Relations took place on May 29-31, 2021. The Research Centre for the Humanities was... read more..

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Pál Fodor elected external Corresponding Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences

The Austrian Academy of Sciences has elected Pál Fodor – Honorary Director General of the Research Centre for the Humanities (BTK), scientific advisor to the BTK Institute of ... read more..

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Ferenc Hörcher’s new book was published at a US publishing house

The new monograph of Ferenc Hörcher, entitled The Political Philosophy of the European City. From Polis, through City-State, to Megalopolis was published at the end of May 2021 by Lexin... read more..

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The excavation of the King’s Crypt in the Abbey of Tihany led by BTK is complete

  Excavations led by the ELKH Research Centre for the Humanities have been completed in the undercroft of the Abbey of Tihany, where the tomb of its founder, King Andrew I, is located. Bas read more..

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Recently discovered Brutus-manuscript brings fresh perspective on early modern Hungarian historiography

The Venetian heterodox émigré, Gian Michele Bruto (in Latin: Johannes Michael Brutus, 1517-1592) worked on his monumental Hungarian history as court-historian of István Báthory first in Gyulafehérvá read more..

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Talk by Sebastian Lutz

The Institute of Philosophy, RCH, cordially invites you to the upcoming online talk  Sebastian Lutz (Uppsala University): he Philosophy of Measurement Made Boring Abstract: I sugges read more..

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Tenth Annual REFORC Conference on Early Modern Christianity

May 6-8, 2021, the Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity will take place in Budapest, hosted by the Research Centre for the Humanities.  PROGRAM     PLENARY ... read more..

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Two new institutes were established within the Research Centre for the Humanities

According to the decision of the Governing Body of the Eötvös Loránd Research Network and with the approval of its president Miklós Maróth two new institutes of the Research Centre for the Humanities ... read more..

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Ancient and Modern Selves: Tension or Complementarity?

The Institute of Philosophy, RCH, cordially invites you to the upcoming online workshop on Ancient and Modern Selves: Tension or Complementarity? Date: 16 April 2021 The notion of the self is not o... read more..

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Talk by Zoltán Gendler Szabó

The Institute of Philosophy, RCH, cordially invites you to the upcoming online talk: Zoltán Gendler Szabó (YALE) How specific should I be?   Abstract: You can’t normally utter ‘I like t... read more..

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Balázs Balogh has been elected Director General of the Research Centre for the Humanities

Balázs Balogh, the Director of the Institute of Ethnography was elected Director General of the Research Center for the Humanities for five years at the last meeting of the Governing Body of the Eötvö... read more..

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Pope Francis appoints Antal Molnár to head Pontifical Committee

Pope Francis has appointed Hungarian historian Antal Molnár to head of the Pontifical Committee for Historical Sciences for five years, the Hungarian Catholic Bishops’ Conference. Antal Molnár has be... read more..

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Arpadiana - a book series about Árpád era in Hungary

The Kingdom of Hungary in the Árpád era does not take its place in the historical memory as it should deserve. Yet a deeper knowledge of this bright period in the Hungarian history could be an importa... read more..

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A Forgotten Hungarian Royal Dynasty: The Szapolyais

An English-language volume on the history of the Szapolyai family was published as the latest product of the “Mohács 1526–2026 - Reconstruction and Remembrance” project, which took place between 2017–... read more..

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International conference on Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth anniversary

The RCH Institute for Musicology commemorates the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth anniversary with an international conference with invited scholars on the 4th of December, 2020, fro... read more..

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Between Empires - Beyond Borders. The late Ottoman Empire and the Early Republican Era through the Lens of the Köpe Family

New book of the Research Centre’s series called 21st Century Studies in Humanities bas been published. The volume titled Between Empires, Beyond Borders. The Late Ottoman Empire and the Early Republic... read more..

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Epicurus, the conception of freedom and the question of universals - Attila Németh's latest publications

Attila Németh, the research fellow of the Institute of Philosophy of the Research Centre for the Humanities, has published recently his latest research in the The Routledge Handbook of Hellenistic Phi... read more..

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Estates and Constitution: The Parliament in Eighteenth Century Hungary

István M. Szijártó's Estates and Constitution: The Parliament in Eighteenth Century Hungary has been published by Berghahn Books (New York, Oxford). The book was produced under the auspices of the Res... read more..

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From Wombs to Worship: Three Mothers – Anne, Elizabeth, and Mary – in the Liturgies of Prague and Cambrai

The Masaryk Institute and Archives, Czech Academy of Sciences, Project “Old Myths, New Facts”: – Czech Lands in Centre of 15th-Century Music Developments and the Institute of Musicology, Slovak Academ... read more..

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László Török (1941–2020)

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of László Török, the eminent classical scholar, archaeologist, Nubiologist, professor emeritus of the Institute of Archaeology, Research Centre for ... read more..

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Confinia et horizontes

Confi nia et horizontes is a publication series aimed at disseminating the results of major prehistoric (Neolithic and Bronze Age) projects of the Romano-Germanic Commission of the German Archaeologic... read more..

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Folk Music in Bartók’s Compositions – New Database on the Website of the Institute for Musicology

About a third of Béla Bartók’s compositions are folk music arrangements. Bartók chose the material for arrangement predominantly from his own collection made up of about ten thousand folk melodies of ... read more..

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