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Archived News

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 116 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
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The HUN-REN RCH and ATES Joint Workshop

On 9 April 2024, a delegation from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou University and ATES (Association for Trans-Eurasia Exchange and Silk-Road Civilization Development) will visit the HUN-REN R... read more..

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The Transformation of Europe in the Third Millennium BC

Late April 2024 will bring more exciting progress in our understanding of Third Millennium BC archaeology in Europe as aspecial scientific event is organized under the umbrella title “The Transformati... read more..

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Pia Shekhter visited the Institute for Musicology

Pia Shekhter, President of the International Association of Music Libraries, visited Budapest on 22-23 January 2024 and she also visited the library and archives of the HUN-REN RCH Institute for Music... read more..

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Zsombor Tóth Keynote Speaker at the International Conference dedicated to William Ames (1576‒1633)

Zsombor Tóth, senior research fellow at the Institute for Literary Studies, HUN-REN RCH attended the conference entitled Between the Old and the New World: William Ames and the Shaping of Reforme... read more..

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Miklós Székely's book shortlisted for Hungarian Book Design Award

Miklós Székely's book entitled Schools and Museums of Modern Design in Transylvania around 1900 has been shortlisted for the professional book category of the Hungarian Book Design Award. De... read more..

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Stepfamilies across Europe and Overseas, 1550–1900

Stepfamilies across Europe and overseas 1550-1900 is the third volume of the Momentum “Integrating Families” Research Group's published by Routledge, which emphasizes diverse perspectives on the new a... read more..

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Asymmetrical Neighbours: Minor Players and Empires in the Early Modern and Modern Borderlands

On February 9–10 the SMALLST project, in collaboration with the Islamic Studies Institute of the Heidelberg University and the Warsaw Centre for Global History of the University of... read more..

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Interpreting Carnap: Critical Essays

The Cambridge University Press released a new volume of essays, edited by Adam Tamas Tuboly, full time fellow at the Institute of Philosophy, and Prof. Alan Richardson (University of British Columbia)... read more..

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The Knights Hospitaller in Medieval Hungary

The aim of this book is to present the history and activity of the Hospi-tallers in the medieval Kingdom of Hungary (c.1150–1543) based on thorough research of primary sources both kept in Hungary and... read more..

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Miklós Székely: Schools and museums of modern design in Transylvania around 1900

The time limits of the volume are marked by a fundamentally short historical period, the two decades of the half-century history of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, when the economic catch-up of Transyl... read more..

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Lecture by Szabolcs László at Bielefeld University

Szabolcs László, research fellow at the Institute of History, HUN-REN RCH participated in the conference entitled Dis-/Сonnecting the World: Subjectivities, Networks and Transcultural Encounters ... read more..

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Lecture by Leslie Waters at the Institute of History

On September 26, Leslie Waters, assistant professor of history at the University of Texas at El Paso, gave a lecture at the Institute of History on her newly published book, Borders on the Move: Terri... read more..

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IKS Symposium 2023

From July 31 to August 4, 2023, the Colburn School in Los Angeles hosted the 50th anniversary conference of the International Kodály Society. Two members of the Institute for Musicology of the HUN-REN... read more..

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Lecture by Heléna Huhák in New Orleans

Heléna Huhák, a research fellow of the HUN-REN Hungarian Research Centre RCH Institute of History, participated in the workshop Confronting the Nazi Genocide: New Directions in Holocaust Studies,... read more..

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Lecture by Janka Kovács in Oslo

Janka Kovács, a postdoctoral research fellow at our institute, participated in the conference of the European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (EAHH), which took place from... read more..

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Lecture by Gábor Demeter and Péter Földvári in Vienna

On 2 September 2023 Gábor Demeter, senior research fellow of our institute and Péter Földvári, visiting research professor gave a lecture at the 15th European Historical Economics Society (E... read more..

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Critical Perspectives on Science. Guest Edited by Emil Toescu and Adam Tamas Tuboly

A new special issue of Interdisciplinary Science Reviews edited by Adam Tamas Tuboly (RCH Institute of Philosophy) and Emil Toescu (University of Birmingham, School of Clinical and Experimen... read more..

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The Mufassal Tahrir Defteri of the Sanjak of Segedin (1578)

An important Ottoman source has become available to researchers as part of the RCH’s 21st-Century Studies in Humanities series. The Mufassal Tahrir Defteri of the Sanjak of Segedin (157... read more..

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Three-dimensional digitization of late medieval bone saddles by photogrammetry

In a recent digitization project at the Institute of Art History, three-dimensional digital models of late medieval bone saddles were created using photogrammetry. The models were made by Virág Somogy... read more..

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“LIVING LEGAL CUSTOMS” XI. International Interdisciplinary Conference on Legal Ethnography and Legal Cultural History and the Presentation of the “Tárkány Szücs Ernő Award” at the University of Pécs

The Tárkány Szücs Ernő Legal Cultural Historical and Legal Ethnographic Research Group (PTE KPVK), founded in Szekszárd in 2011 organized its XIst international and interdisciplinary conference. Th... read more..

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Borbála Gulyás: The Art of the Calligrapher George Bocskay

This comprehensive volume explores the art and life of the Hungarian calligrapher George Bocskay (d. 1575). Borbála Gulyás’ richly illustrated work is the revised English edition of her 2020 volu... read more..

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Results of archaeological excavations at Pannonhalma Archabbey

As part of the Kings, Saints, Monasteries research program supported by the Eötvös Loránd Research Network (ELKH), archaeological excavations were carried out with the leadership o... read more..

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Psalmus Hungaricus: A Hungarian Cultural History

Psalmus Hungaricus is a three-volume synthesis of Hungarian cultural history presented by the Research Centre for the Humantities of the Loránd Eötvös Research Network in Budapest. It is the most comp... read more..

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Lectures by Gábor Demeter, Krisztián Csaplár-Degovics and Janka Kovács in Glasgow

The annual conference of the Association for British Slavic and East European Studies took place in Glasgow from 31 March to 2 April 2023, where our institute was represented by Gábor Demeter, Senior ... read more..

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In the Saddle, on Horseback – The Art of War of the Conquest-Era Magyars

With the help of researchers from the Hungarian Prehistory Research Group of the Institute of History of the ELKH Research Centre for the Humanities (RCH) the popular history film In the Saddle, ... read more..

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The Hungarian Historical Review 2022/4.

After Wars – The latest issue of The Hungarian Historical Review published by the Institute of History, Research Centre for the Humanities is out. Table of contents and free ... read more..

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New GISta Hungarorum database and digital atlas

The GISta Hungarorum database and digital atlas supplemented with data from settlement-level surveys and population census from the 1720s, 1750s (Transylvania) and 1780s was completed under the leader... read more..

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Remarriage and Stepfamilies in East Central Europe, 1600-1900

Due to high adult mortality and the custom of remarriage, stepfamilies were a common phenomenon in pre-industrial Europe. Focusing on East Central Europe, a neglected area of Western historiography, t... read more..

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Investigation of ancestral paternal and maternal lineages in the Odorheiu Secuiesc region of Transylvania

’High Coverage Mitogenomes and Y-Chromosomal Typing Reveal Ancient Lineages in the Modern-Day Székely Population in Romania’, a new study by researchers from the Institute of Archaeogenomics, was publ... read more..

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István Széchenyi's correspondence in online database

In addition to an upcoming printed edition, researchers of the Institute of History of the ELKH Research Centre for the Humanities (BTK TTI) are also making the correspondence of István Széchenyi... read more..

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