Volume 4 Issue 1A new issue of The Hungarian Historical Review (www.hunghist.org) has been published entitled "Everyday Collaboration with the Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe". One of the aims of this issue is to develop a new interpretation of ‘collaboration’ with the communist regimes in Eastern Europe by using terms such as ‘cooperation’ and ‘political participation’. The articles focus not only on secret police reports but also on the role of intelligentsia in Eastern Europe, the party bureaucrats, the artists, the Church-state accommodation, and on cooperation between the local citizens and the Soviet troops. The issue seeks to find new directions for a field that is often disrupted by the politically charged atmosphere in which stories of collaboration are revealed. More at www.hunghist.org

HHR 2016 1 B1 kisThe latest thematic issue of The Hungarian Historical Review is entitled Continuities and Discontinuities: Political Thought in the Habsburg Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century. Its contents are available here. The periodical can be purchased or ordered at the HAS RCH Institute of History (MTA BTK Történettudományi Intézet, Budapest 1014, Úri u. 53. I. em. 57.; Phone: +36 1 224-6700/626. Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and at HAS RCH Penna Bookstore of Humanities (MTA BTK Penna Bölcsész Könyvesbolt, 1053 Budapest, Magyar utca 40., Phone: +36 30 203 1769, Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Single issue EUR 20, postage excluded; annual subscription for 2016: EUR 60 (EUR 75 for institutions), postage excluded. More information at www.hunghist.org.

OttoOn 29–30 May 2015 an international conference will be held in the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Center for the Humanities, Institute of History, about the tributary states of the Ottoman Empire. Papers will address the contacts of Transylvania, Wallachia, Moldavia, Ragusa, the Crimean Khanate, Cossack Ukraine and Dagestan with the peripheries of the empire: the border provinces, as well as other tributaries. The event is convened with the generous support of the Fritz Thyssen Stiftung. The program of the conference can be read here.

The premiere of the book „1989 – The Final Days of the Communist Regime in East-Central Europe” was organized by the Institute of History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences on March 3, 2015. The authors: Adam Burakowski Aleksander Gubrynowicz and Paweł Ukielski were invited for the premiere, as their book was published in Hungarian by Rézbong Publishing House in 2014. The book was presented and the discussion was moderated by Miklós Mitrovits, research fellow of the Institute.

The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Centre for the Humanities hosts the international workshop on social and economic transitions at different scales in modern Central- and Southeast-Europe, in Budapest, on 20th March 2015.
The organizers are the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Centre for Humanities  and the Collegium Carolinum Munich.
The program of the conference and the abstracts of the lectures can be read here: https://www.pol-int.org/sites/default/files/tagungsprogramm/brosura.pdf
Workshop´s tracks (information from here:http://danube-inco.net/object/event/14828)