The Anti-Semitism in Hungary: Appearance and Reality Conference was the culmination of a nearly year-long research project on the topic of anti-Semitism in Hungary today.
The Bartók files by David E. SchneiderThe Bartók files
A review of A Thorn in the Rosebush by Carl S. Leafstedt in The New Criterion
Book Launch: A Contested Europe
The symposium was organized on the occasion of the release of the English edition of the last major work of Prof. György Schöpflin.
Hungary’s Admiral on Horseback
Admiral Horthy’s political career spanned a good part of the first half of the twentieth century, yet he was by no means a modern statesman.
A Contested Europe
Every policy has costs, not just benefits, as well as unintended consequences. The eastward enlargement of the European Union is a case in point.
Royall Tyler and Hungary
This story of Royall Tyler is in many ways unique: an American who was almost European, who became intimately involved with Central Europe.
Review of Lost Prestige by Sir Bryan Cartledge
In ‘Lost Prestige’, Geza Jeszenszky has crafted a gem of historical scholarship… As the story of a ruptured romance, it is also unexpectedly moving.
A Thorn in the Rosebush
This book opens up new perspectives on the history of Béla Bartók’s music in the 20th century.
Tomáš G. Masaryk, a Scholar and a Statesman
the political thought of Thomas G. Masaryk (1850−1937), the first president of Czechoslovakia
Forbidden Federalism: Secret Diplomacy and the Struggle for a Danubian Confederation: 1918-1921
Secret Diplomacy and the Struggle for a Danubian Confederation, 1918−1921 Zoltán Bécsi