catherine horel konyvboritoCatherine Horel is Research Director at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), she teaches Contemporary History of Central Europe at the University of Paris. She is a specialist of 19th century Central European history: social and political history of the Habsburg Monarchy, urban and Jewish studies. Her latest book, “Cette Europe qu'on dit centrale. Des Habsbourg à l'intégration européenne 1815–2004” (Paris, Beauchesne, 2009), has been translated into Hungarian and published this year in Hungary. It was introduced in our History Institute on 21st March, 2012.

 TTI 052 kicsiAn interesting conference was organized by Institute of History, HAS Research Centre for the Humanities on October 9, 2012 entitled Scientific research of collaboration and agent issue. Pál Fodor, acting Director General of HAS RCH, Director of HAS RCH Institute of History, emphasized that our institute wants to be also a centre of the research regarding the Kádár age, too.