Vamos.PeterStatus: Senior Research Fellow
Research Team: Contemporary History
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BethlenThe series of the programs of the Bethlen Memorial Year has been designed to introduce and present the historical role and activities of Gabriel Bethlen to a wider audience, inside and beyond our state borders, with an organised, coordinated and directed cooperation of different disciplines. 400 years ago, on 23 October, 1613, Gabriel Bethlen (1580–1629), the most significant Prince of Transylvania ascended the throne. (About Bethlen read more here.)

FalcoAn international conference took place in Rome organized by the Hungarian Academy of Rome on November 22, 2023, entitled Historia Triplex. The Italian models and sources of the Hungarian and Croatian patriotism. Art historians and literary historians have been researching the cultural relations of the Hungarian, Croatian and Italian Renaissance humanism for long. The presentations of this conference (of Hungarian, Croatian, Italian, Austrian and American researchers) tried to show the elements of these interrelated cultures and histories in the question of the early patriotism. Our Institute was represented by Dénes Sokcsevits and Antal Molnár, who is the Director of the Hungarian Academy in Rome. The program can be read here.

sadik4The Turkish Academy of Sciences (Türkiye Bilimler Akademisi) was founded in 1993 mainly for science research, so the main research centres for the humanities are the Turkish Historic Society (Türk Tarih Kurumu) and the Turkish Linguistics Society (Türk Dil Kurumu). Founded under the patronage of Atatürk in 1930, the aim of the Turkish Historical Society is to study the history of Turkey and the Turks and to publish the results of these studies. The Society organizes international conferences, launches and supports research projects, maintains special library and publishes book serials. This year 62 Turkish and foreign researchers, among them two Hungarian researchers, Géza Dávid (professor of the ELTE University, Budapest) and Pál Fodor, Acting Director General of the Research Centre for Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, were elected Honourable Members of the Society. The inauguration ceremony was held in Istambul, October 30, 2012, in the former palace of the Sultans. The honourable members got a true copy of the ornamented caftan of Sultan Selim I (1512–1520) and presented lectures on their researches concerning Turkish history.