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Archived News

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 71 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
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1929

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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829

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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Registers of Philosophy, 2020

Registers of Philosophy 2020/1. Csaba Olay: Comments on Sharon Rider's Paper Registers of Philosophy 2020/2. Günter Figal: Description and Conceptuality Registers of Philosophy 2020/3.&nbs... read more..

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Westernisers and “Narodniks". Project opening conference

The Institute of Philosophy, Research Centre for the Humanities, cordially invites you to the upcoming opening workshop of the bilateral research project of the Polish and Hungarian Academies of Scien... read more..

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Paradigmatic Change in Research on the Bronze Age in Central and Eastern Europe

Bringing down the Iron Curtain: Paradigmatic changes in research on the Bronze Age in Central and Eastern Europe? presents the researches of scholars of different generations from twelve countrie... read more..

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Latest Publications of the Members of the Research Group

Zsuzsa Czagány : Antiphonale Varadinense s. XV. Musicalia Danubiana 26/1-3, red. Gabriella Gilányi and Gábriel Szoliva. Budapest: Research Centre for the Humanities, Institute for Musicology, 20... read more..

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Ferenc Hörcher’s chapter published on Edmund Burke

Ferenc Hörcher’s chapter on Burke on Rationalism, Prudence and Reason of State has been published in a volume entitled Critics of Enlightenment Rationalism. The book, which has been edited by Ge... read more..

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New book publication on medieval merchants by Boglárka Weisz

This book discusses medieval markets and depots, places of commercial activity in the Kingdom of Hungary, and their many interactions, and how they developed and changed over time. The system went thr... read more..

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English Language Monograph by Ferenc Hörcher

Ferenc Hörcher authored an English language monograph, entitled A Political Philosophy of Conservatism. Prudence, Moderation and Tradition. It has been published by Bloomsbury Publishing, in the ... read more..

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Call for proposals for the post of director of the HAS RCH Institute of History

Call for proposals for the post of director of the HAS RCH Institute of History.... read more..

The Research Center
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Impressum

Self-made official website of the HAS Research Centre for the Humanities, Institute of History Responsible publisher: Pál Fodor General Director Editor-in-Chief: Csaba Katona&n... read more..

Hírek
637

New book publication on Communist Eastern Europe, edited by Péter Apor and Sándor Horváth

Secret Agents and the Memory of Everyday Collaboration in Communist Eastern Europe is now available through Anthem Press and JSTOR. This collection of essays addresses institutions that deve... read more..

Hírek
737

Applications for translation into English of Hungarian language books and manuscripts on 20th century Hungarian history

The Tetmajer Committee of indiana University invites applications for translation into English of Hungarian language books and manuscripts on 20th century Hungarian history. Works starting chronologic... read more..

Horizon 2020
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www.cultural-opposition.eu

Culture in Eastern Europe before 1989 meant more than socialist realism and dull propaganda art. An alternative cultural scene flourished despite the controls of socialist regimes, and its diverse pra... read more..

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COURAGE (a new Horizon2020 project) – Launching Press Release

COURAGE – Connecting Collections Cultural Opposition – Understanding the Cultural Heritage of Dissent in the Former Socialist Countries On 1 February, 2016 an internatio... read more..

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The Hungarian Historical Review, Issue 4, 2015: Business History: Enterprises in Adaptation – www.hunghist.org

This issue examines the history of enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe in the processes of adaptation. The histories of enterprises thus are not themselves the focal point of inquiry. Rather, th... read more..

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The Hungarian Historical Review, Issue 3, 2015: The Holocaust in Hungary in Contexts. New Perspectives and Research Results

This issue covers a wide range of topics, including the underexplored origins of the Hungarian labor service in the mid-1930s, the ideologically charged reception of the first major trial focusing on ... read more..

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The latest issue of The Hungarian Historical Review on “Cultures of Christian–Islamic Wars in Europe (1450–1800)”

How did participants perceive and interpret the violence of war and their own roles in it?  Why did they write about their experiences afterwards? What kinds of survival strategies did peasants, ... read more..

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Conference on early modern diplomacy

The Premodern Diplomats Network, founded two years ago, will hold its fourth conference on the 25th and 26th of September in our institute. At the event Splendid Encounters: Diplomats and Di... read more..

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Call for Applications for translation into English of Hungarian language books and manuscripts

The Tetmajer Committee of Indiana University invites applications for translation into English of Hungarian language books and manuscripts on the topic of 20th century Hungarian history. &nb... read more..

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New Issue of World History (Világtörténet) on „The Great War”

The second issue of World History (Világtörténet) for 2015 is a thematic issue dedicated to the topic of „The Great War” edited by László Szarka has been published. The centenary of the Great War gave... read more..

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A New Publication of the Institute of Philosophy

A new collected volume of the Institute of Philosophy of the Research Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences is out, with the title: Is a Universal Morality Possible? The new p... read more..

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New Issue of the Hungarian Historical Review: Everyday Collaboration with the Communist Regimes

A new issue of The Hungarian Historical Review (www.hunghist.org) has been published entitled "Everyday Collaboration with the Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe". One of the aims of this issue is to... read more..

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