Self-made official website of the HAS Research Centre for the Humanities, Institute of History

Responsible publisher: Pál Fodor, Director
Editor-in-Chief: Csaba Katona
Editors: Betty Bardi, Andrea Hudecz, Éva Kovács, András Péterfi
Pictures: Imre Horváth, Gabriella Kocsis

Design: Attila Égető (HAS RCH) based on the layout of Imre Horváth (HAS RCH IH)

Development: Attila Égető (HAS RCH)

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Address of the institute responsible for publication:
HAS RCH Institute of History
1097 Budapest, Tóth Kálmán utca 4.

Storage provider:
HAS Research Centre for the Humanities
1097 Budapest, Tóth Kálmán utca 4.

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It is forbidden to process or sale the entirety or parts of the website (texts, graphics, photos, audio or video material, data architecture and structure, measures, program, etc.) without the prior written permission of the publisher.

Writings and content published on any part of the website can only be stored in forms available to the public, disclosed or resold with the prior written consent of the institute responsible for publication.

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.  Works starting chronologically at the late 19th century are acceptable. The translators are designated by the Tetmajer Committee. The deadline for submission for books to be translated during 2016 is October 30 2015. The manuscript shall not exceed 120 000 words. Up to two books or manuscripts will be selected for 2016.

Fodor angol borito1 jpg kisThe RCH Institute of History has published the newest English language volume by Pál Fodor, Acting Director General of the RCH (and Director of the Institute of History) entitled “The Unbearable Weight of Empire. The Ottomans in Central Europe – A Failed Attempt at Universal Monarchy (1390–1566)”.

The Hungarian Historical Review invites submissions for its forthcoming issues of 2015:4 (Business History: Enterprises in Adaptation, see details here) and 2016:2 (Nationalism & Discourses of Objectivity: The Humanities and Social Sciences in Central Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century, see details here).
The articles will be published after a peer-review process. All articles must conform to our submission guidelines, see here Please send an abstract of no more than 500 words and a short biographical sketch and a list of the five most important publications (we do not accept CVs). We provide proofreading for contributors who are not native speakers of English.

hhr 2014 2 boritoThe second issue of Volume 3 (2014) of The Hungarian Historical Review has come out! This special thematic issue is entitled "Fabricating History". The articles published in this issue examine the relationship between historical representation and verification in East-Central Europe in the Modern Age. The contents of the issue can be read here.
Annual subscriptions: $80/€60 ($100/€75 for institutions), postage excluded.
For Hungarian institutions HUF7900 per year, postage included.
Single copy $25/€20. For Hungarian institutions HUF2000.
Send orders to The Hungarian Historical Review, H-1250 Budapest, P.O. Box 9. Hungary; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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