Gábor Egry, September 15th 2020 On July 5, 1920, a month after the signing of the Trianon peace treaty, the newspaper Erdélyi Hírek announced that Sándor Antalffy had arrived in the city of Abony with his family. At that moment, Antalffy was a modestly known official, the … [Read more...] about Leavers and Remainers: The Self-Fashioning of a Hungarian Administrative Official Leaving Greater Romania
Leavers and Remainers: The Self-Fashioning of a Hungarian Administrative Official Leaving Greater Romania
Anikó-Borbála Izsák, August 26th 2020 When examining the urban elite groups of Baia Mare/Nagybánya, the repetition of names isn’t the only thing that becomes apparent. Looking at the obituaries, and wedding notices in the newspapers, we can also deduce the kinship relations … [Read more...] about Family relationships among the elite groups of Baia Mare/Nagybánya. The example of the Harácsek family.
Elisabeth Haid, July 4th, 2020 This would not be possible in any other Polish city! Such was the opinion of political commentators in local newspapers of the Eastern Galician city Kołomyja, referring to local political practices. Among others, the following episode gave cause … [Read more...] about “In the Manner of the Neapolitan Camorra” – Local Political Conflicts in an Eastern Galician City
Ljubljana, July 1-3., 2019. This conference was the first of an annual series to be held at different venues for the duration of the ERC NEPOSTRANS (Negotiating Post-Imperial Transitions) project, each dedicated to the subsequent key themes of the project (www.1918local.eu). … [Read more...] about The Pervasive State in Reconfiguration? Actors, Concepts, Institutions
Cody J. Inglis “The War That Never Ended: Postwar Continuity and New Challenges in the Aftermath of the Habsburg and Ottoman Empires, 1918–1923,” October 24–26, 2019, Kraków, Poland Can we compare the historical trajectories of Ottoman and Habsburg successor states as they … [Read more...] about Conference Report, Kraków