tsz 2018 01STUDIES
Emőke Gálfi The Main Square of Gyulafehérvár outside the Walls, and the Political Elite of the Town in the Late Sixteenth Century 3
Enikő Rüsz-Fogarasi The Kolozsvár/ Cluj Accountings and the Urban Administration in the Age of the Principality 17
Zoltán Priszlinger The Everydays of a Disease. The Eye Problem and Blindness of Miklós Wesselényi in the Light of His Diary 35
Márta Hantos-Varga Poisoned Pills? Marxist Collaboration Proposals and Their Reception by Catholics in 1937 69

WORKSHOP
Gábor Barabás Papal Chaplains in Thirteenth-Century Hungary. Commissions by the Holy See and Local Careers 97
Gyula Csaba Horváth Holders of the Ban’s Office in the Eighteenth Century 119
Balázs Füreder The Kitchen and Its Utensils of the Balassa Family from the Early Modern Era to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century 129
Andreas Schmidt-Schweizer „Preferential Treatment”. The Reception and Integration of Hungarian Refugees in the German Federal Republic (From Autumn 1956 to Spring 1957) 137
Review article 153
Commemoration 165

tsz 2018 02EDUCATION, DENOMINATION AND URBAN SOCIETY. JESUITS IN EARLY MODERN PRESSBURG
Zsolt Kökényesi Foreword 169
István H. Németh The Impacts and Characteristics of Pressburg’s Central Roles within the Hungarian Urban Network 171
István Fazekas The Position and Institutional Network of the Catholic Church in Early Modern Pressburg 201
Frederik Federmayer Graduates of Jesuit Schools and their Career Opportunities in the Hungarian Capital during the 17th Century 215
Zsófia Kádár The Jesuit College of Pressburg as a Composite Institution in the Seventeenth Century 237
Zsolt Kökényesi The Changes in Student Numbers at the Jesuit Gymnasium of Pressburg in the 17th and 18th Centuries 283

STUDIES
Dániel Bácsatyai Personal Relations between the Curia Romana and the Hungarian Church in the mid-13th Century. Albert of Parma and István Báncsa 299
Pap Norbert – Fodor Pál – Kitanics Máté – Morva Tamás – Szalai Gábor – Gyenizse Péter The Törökdomb of Mohács 325
Gabriella Erdélyi „She will not be a wicked stepmother…” Emotional Practices in the Stepfamily of a Seventeenth-century Calvinist Pastor 347

OEUVRE
Bibliography of Dániel Szabó (by János Pótó) 365

tsz 2018 3Study
László Szabolcs Gulyás Lex and Consuetudo: the Rules Regulating the Movement of Peasant Tenants in Medieval Hungary 373

The Revolutions of 1917 and Hungary
Boldizsár Vörös Foreword 397
Ferenc Pollmann There comes the Russian! There goes the Russian? The Impact of the Russian Revolutions on the Warfare of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy on the EasternFront in 1917 399
Vince Paál Information about the Russian Revolutions – through the Hungarian Censorship. Control of the Press in Hungary during World War I 407
Tibor Hajdu The Leaders of the Hungarian Parliamentary Parties about the Russian Revolution of February 1917 417
Tibor Klestenitz The Assessment of the Russian Revolutions in the Public Opinion of the Hungarian Churches 423
Péter Csunderlik “Now Let Us Speak in Russian as Well, Let Us Act in Russian!” The Impact of the 1917 Russian Revolutions on the Galilei Circle 433
Eszter Balázs “An Almost Miraculous Crisis”. The Reception of the February Russian Revolution in Hungary in 1917 443
Barna Ábrahám The Slovaks and the Russian Revolutions 459
Eszter Kaba “The Winter of 1917-1918 in Russia Will Be the Toughest Period for Our Prisoners of War.” Prisoners of War and the Russian Revolution 469
Ágnes Tamás The Russian Events of 1917 in the Mirror of Caricatures 479
Boldizsár Vörös A County Official on the Russian Revolutions of 1917, or Tools for Self-Orientation in World History 499

tsz 2018 04STUDY
Pál Fodor – Attila Pók The Hungarians in Europe: a Thousand Years on the Borders 509
István Tringli Feuding in Eleventh-Century Hungarian Legislation 531
Attila Zsoldos The Innocent Oligarch 555
Enikő Csukovits The „Foreign” Angevin Dynasty 565
András Cieger The Hidden Working of Government Policy: the Confidential Expenses of the Prime Minister, 1872 575
Andreas Schmidt-Schweizer The Relationship between the Compatriotic Association of the Germans in Hungary and the Communist Regime (1951–1989) 595


WORKSHOP
Szilvia Czinege Count György Apponyi through the Eyes of his Contemporaries 611
Ilija Todev The idea of dualism in the Bulgarian and Hungarian political thinking in the second half of the 19th century – similarities and differences 625

 
 
 
 

tsz 2019 02STUDIES
Miklós Takács Some Thoughts on the Material Culture of the Avar Period from the Perspective of a Settlement Archaeologist 165
Norbert Pap – Máté Kitanics – Péter Gyenizse – Gábor Szalai – Balázs Polgár Sátorhely Or Majs? The Environmental Features of Földvár – Localizing the Central Area of the Battle of Mohács 209
János B. Szabó Two divans in Buda. György Rákóczi I. and Elite of Ottoman Hungary (1630–1636) 247
Kornél Nagy Golden Age Imagined. The Armenian Catholic (Uniate) Church in Transylvania in the 18th Century 267
Attila Novák From Lawsuit to Lawsuit. Zionist Movement at Budapest in the 1950s 285
Andreas Schmidt-Schweizer Hungarian – West-German Relations in 1989/1990. The Unification of Germany as a Challenge for Hungary 311

WORKSHOP
István Kádas – Renáta Skorka – Boglárka Weisz Commercial Sources in the Service of Hungarian Medieval Economy 329

 

 

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