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Archived News

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 108 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

The Institute of History of the Research Centre for Humanities, Hungary’s leading non‐university research facility, is inviting applications for positions of Postdoctoral Research Fellow (f*m)&nb... read more..


The Correspondence of the Beylerbeys of Buda 1617–1630

The volume The Correspondence of the Beylerbeys of Buda 1617-1630 is published by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Szeged and the Research Centre for the Humanities.&... read more..

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Archaeological research of Zalavár-Vársziget continues

With the support of the Eötvös Loránd Research Network (ELKH), the planned archaeological excavations in Zalavár-Vársziget that began in the 1950s to explore the Carolingian Mosaburg and the early Árp... read more..


Conference of the European Network of Remembrance and Solidarity

From 18 to 20 May 2019, the Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj hosted the Warsaw-based European Network of Remembrance and Solidarity conference, this time entitled Cultural Pluralism and Identity in Eur... read more..


István Kádas and Bence Péterfi at the International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo

This year, Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA) hosted the 57th International Congress on Medieval Studies online. The 432 sessions and roundtable discussions were attended by mediev... read more..


RCH-organized archaeological excavations in Bakonybél

Within the framework of the Kings, Saints and Monasteries research program launched with the support of the Eötvös Loránd Research Network (ELKH), the design works of the Benedictine monastery founded... read more..


Children of Communism: new book by Sándor Horváth published by Indiana University Press

Indiana University Press (USA) has published the book Children of Communism. Politicizing Youth Revolt in Communist Budapest in the 1960s by Sándor Horváth, Head of the Department for Contemporar... read more..


Ferenc Hörcher’s book launch

The Department of Philosophy and Intellectual History of the Institute of Philosophy of Research Centre for the Humanities invites all interested to the book launch of Ferenc Hörcher’s recently publis... read more..


Victim of History: a biography of Cardinal Mindszenty

Catholic University of America Press has published Victim of History: a biography of Cardinal Mindszenty, the latest book of Margit Balogh, Deputy Director General of the Research Centre for... read more..


The Golden Bull of Hungary

The Golden Bull of Hungary, by Attila Zsoldos, research professor at the Institute of History of the Research Centre for the Humanities, has been published as the ninth volume of the Arpadiana series.... read more..


Outstanding Hungarian success in international history

András Fejérdy senior research fellow and deputy director, and Gábor Kármán senior research fellow at the Institute of History of the Research Centre for the Humanities won the European Research Counc... read more..


Call for Papers – Cultural Pluralism and Identity in European Politics after 1945

Cluj-Napoca, 17–19 May 2022 The aim of the conference is to discuss, historically and comparatively, the concept of cultural – national, ethnic and religious – identities and their role in the domest... read more..


New Archaeogenetic Study in Nature: International Research Group with the participation of Eötvös Loránd Research Network and Eötvös Loránd University Researchers Analyzes Bronze and Iron Age Populations of Europe

Recently, the genomes of nearly 800 prehistoric human individuals have been successfully analyzed as part of a large-scale archaeogenetic program carried out in an extensive European and American coll... read more..


Ketty Nez: Hearing Different Spaces: Compositions Inspired by Bartók’s Fieldwork

On 11 November 2021 American composer and pianist Ketty Nez, Associate Professor of Music, Composition and Music Theory at Boston University College of Fine Arts, presented her compositional... read more..


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..


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..


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..


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..


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..


The Tépe Treasure - new volume from József Szentpéteri

The richly illustrated new volume of József Szentpéteri's book, The Tépe Treasure presents the story of an exciting investigation in both English and Hungarian. Exactly 110 years have passed since the... read more..


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..


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..


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..


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..


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..


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..


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..


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..


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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