GyaluResearch fellows of our Institute of History, RCH HAS (Pál Fodor Director General, Attila Zsoldos research professor, leader of the Medieval Research Team, László Glück research assistant of the Early Modern Research Team, Stefano Bottoni senior research fellow of the Contemporary Research Team, Klára Jakó associate research fellow of the Neighbourhood Review Section) took part in the events of the Day of the Hungarian Science in Transylvania on November 22–23, 2013.

Bethlen G1On November 12, 2013, a Memorial Exhibition of Bethlen entitled The code: Bethlen 1613 was opened in the Hungarian National Museum remembering that 400 years ago, on 23 October, 1613, Gabriel Bethlen ascended the throne. After the welcome speech of László Csorba, Director General of the Museum, Pál Fodor, the Director General of the Research Centre for Humanities, HAS, opened the exhibition with some thoughts about the difficulties of the formation of the Principality of Transylvania, the new state in early modern Hungarian history, its place in the Ottoman world and its memory today.

HHR 2013 4 boritoThe forth issue of Volume 2 (2013) of The Hungarian Historical Review has been published! This special thematic issue contains studies on Gábor Bethlen, Prince of Transylvania (1613-1629). The contents of the issue can be read here.
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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.

VT 2013 4The forth issue of World History (Világtörténet) for 2013 has been published! The contents of the issue can be read here.
The journal World History is published by the Institute of History of the Research Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The four volumes of World History contain essays by Hungarian and foreign scholars on various topics pertaining to world history, as well as reviews on the secondary literature published in Hungary and abroad. The language of the journal is Hungarian, but each article includes an abstract in English.
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