In accordance with the activities undertook in the Bulgarian–Hungarian Mobility Project and the cooperation agreement signed by both academic institutes, the HAS RCH Institute of History published two volumes consisting of the lectures given at the 2012 May conference and workshop meeting of the Bulgarian–Hungarian Joint Committee of Historians in Sofia. The work is entitled Bulgaria and Hungary at War (1912–1918); Regions, Borders, Societies, Identities in Central and Southeast Europe, 17th–21st Centuries. The publication was supported by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The volume of essays entitled Bulgaria and Hungary at War (1912–1918) contains essays connected to the two Balkan wars and World War I, written by associates of our institute (Imre Ress, Krisztián Csaplár-Degovics, Gábor Demeter) and the Eötvös Loránd University (Pandula Attila), as well as scholars of the Institute of History at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Georgi Markov, Jordanka Geseva, Georgi Georgiev, Penka Pejkovska) and Sveti Kliment Ohridski University in Sofia (Petar Kamenov), and also Tirnovo University (Kalco Kalcev). The essays, written in English, German and Bulgarian (with summaries in Hungarian), deal with issues of diplomatic history, the mobilisation of the hinterlands, and the motivation of society.
The volume entitled Regions, Borders, Societies, Identities in Central and Southeast Europe, 17th–21st Centuries encompasses 27 essays in accordance with the agreement, from the end of the Ottoman period to the fall of the party state system. The work introduces results of research projects done by the two institutes of history, as well as the results of research done by Eötvös Loránd University, the HAS RCH Institute of Literature, Sveti Kliment Ohridski University in Sofia, and the Russian Academy of Sciences in English, German, Russian, Bulgarian and Hungarian.
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