The second issue of World History (Világtörténet) for 2014 is a thematic issue dedicated to the Holy Roman Empire has been published. The contents of the issue can be read here.
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The 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.
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The RCH Institute of History has published the newest volume of the serial Monumenta Hungariae Historica entitled „Mosques in Ottoman Hungary” by Balázs Sudár, research fellow of the Institute of History. The great work (more than 650 pages, with 225 pictures, and detailed indexes) contains the description of 450 Muslim places of worship existed in Hungary under 150 years of Ottoman rule. The author collected and compared all kinds of sources concerning this topic during his large-scale research. The Muslim places of worship were not only religious institutions but also the centres of cities and settlements and the places of community life, and also regional economic centres. Mosques played determining roles in the life of the settlements, so their history may provide important information about the life of Hungary under Ottoman rule.
As a result of two years’ work of the “Momentum Holy Crown Research Team” of HAS RCH Institute of History, an exhibition was opened in the Castle of Pozsony (Bratislava) on July 15th, 2014, organized by the Slovenské národné múzeum–Historické múzeum and the Hungarian National Museum about the crowning coins published for the Hungarian royal crowning ceremonies held in Pozsony (Bratislava) between 1563 and 1830.
The Institute of History of the Research Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the BAS Institute for Historical Studies, and the Bulgarian–Hungarian Joint Academic Commission of Historians organized an international conference on Contacts and Conflicts in Central and Southeast Europe: Hungarian and Bulgarian Approaches on May 13–14, 2014, in Budapest.