Budapest October 29–31., 2020.
ERC Nepostrans research project, Institute of Political History, Budapest
Trianon100 Momentum Research Group, ELRN Center for Humanities, Budapest
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Section of Philosophy and Historical Sciences
October 29th, 2020.
ELRN HTK 1097 Budapest, Tóth Kálmán u. 4.
Opening of the conference:
Tamás Freund, Chairman, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Attila Zsoldos, Chairman, Section of Philosophy and Historical Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Béla Bodó (Univ. Bonn): Action and reaction: the shared roots and the divergent causes of the red and white terrors
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Tamás Révész (ELRN Center for Humanities, Trianon100): Heroic borderlands and loyal minorities? National (?) mobilizations in the contested borderlands of Austria and Hungary
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Ivan Jeličić (post-doctoral reseracher, ERC Nepostrans, Univ. Rijeka): In the Name of the “True Fiumians“, Autonomist-Democrats as Challengers to Local Elite Nationalistic Logics
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Gergely Hubai (Univ. of Theatre and Cinema, Budapest): Visible man-Invisible film: The post-Trianon reconstruction of the Hungarian film industry
Edina Gál (Univ. Babeș-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca/Kolozsvár): Orphaned, abandoned, denationalized: The takeover of the State Children’s Asylums after 1918
Julia Bavouzet (visiting post-doctoral fellow, Inst. für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Vienna): State transformation in post-Habsburg Hungary. The ministry of the interior and its personnel (1918-1920)
Elisabeth Haid (post-doctoral reseracher, ERC Nepostrans, Vienna): State building and local politics in Eastern Galicia
Oliver Pejić (PhD student, EUI, Florence): The persistent appeal of “unnatural” identities in interwar Yugoslavia: A look at the lower Styria’s “German- oriented Slovenes”
Ségoléne Plyer (assoc. professor, Univ. Strasbourg, senior researcher, ERC Nepostrans): The Faltis heirs and the liberal paradox. Buying flax and processing linen in Bohemia, 1914-1928
Pieter M. Judson (professor, EUI, Florence): Rethinking the Postwar from Above and Below: 1918-1923
October 30th, 2020.
ELRN HTK 1097 Budapest, Tóth Kálmán u. 4.
Ignác Romsics (professor, Károly Esterházy Univ., Eger, member of the Hun. Academy of Sciences): Le passé qui ne passe pas. The Treaty of Trianon and its Repercussions
Máté Rigó (assist. professor, Yale-NUS, Singapore): Keynes in the archives. The economic consequences of the peace and the Great War
Gabriel Godeffroy (Univ. Pathéon Sorbonne – Paris 1): Elemér Hantos and the monetary problems in Hungary and Central Europe (1918-1924)
Gabriel Farquet (fellow, Wilson Center, Washington): Gold magnets: League of nations’ stabilization loans and foreign influence in Austria and Hungary
Balázs Juhász (assist. professor, ELTE, Budapest): The aeronautical control of Hungary after WWI
Aliaksandr Piahanau (post-doctoral fellow, Univ. Padua): “Each wagon of coal should be paid by territorial concessions”: Hungary, Czechslovakia and the coal shortage, 1918-1921
Jernej Kosi (post-doctoral researcher, ERC Nepostrans, Univ. Ljubljana): Local elites in Prekmurje in the Interwar Period: Continuities and Ruptures
Anikó-Borbála Izsák (junior reseracher, ERC Napostrans, ELTE, Budapest): Change and continuity among the economic elite of Baia Mare in the 1920s
Christopher Wendt (junior reseracher ERC Nepostrans, EUI Florence): “With God into the New Era”: Catholic Politics in North Tyrol after the First World War
October 31st, 2020.
Villányi úti Konferenciaközpont, 1113 Budapest, Villánnyi út 11-13.
Sebastian Paul-Ramisch: Transformation of different speeds. A comparison of the former Hungarian and then Czechoslovak provinces Orava and Subcarpathia in the period from 1918 to 1924
Károly Ignácz (senior reseracher, ERC Nepostrans, Inst. of Political History, Budapest): Local Representatives in one of the Suburbs of Budapest before and after the WWI: the Continuity of the Liberal and Social Democratic Political Elites in Erzsébetfalva?
Viktoriya Serhiienko (researcher, Institute of Ukrainian Archeography and Source Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine): Establishing border between Slovakia and Rusinsko after the WWI: international, national and regional aspects
Sandra Panzner (Univ. Erlangen): Trianon and the Theatre – On the form and function of a cross-border discourse space
Pál Hatos (director, Institute for Central Europe at the József Eötvös Research Center of the National Univ. of Public Service, Budapest): Messianic hopes-wordly defeats. Revolution and secular religion after WWI in Hungary
Lili Zách (Maynooth University Arts and Humanities Institute, Associate Member): Beyond borders and identities: Irish nationalist images of the Treaty of Trianon, 1920-1939
Marco Bresciani (Univ. Florence): The “hidden psychic and economic bonds” between Austria-Hungary and Italy and the post-Habsburg Trieste culture (1918-1926)
Gábor Egry (ERC Nepostrans, Inst. of Political History): What is a local business elite on a periphery? The Sothern Banat’s economy in transition
Kathryn Densford (Elisabethtown College): Beyond Bohemian state rights: the lower Austrian towns that became Czech
Cody James Inglis (junior researcher, ERC Nepostrans, CEU Vienna-Budapest): Brutalization and Overlapping Authority: Provincial Administration, Political Elites, and the Exit from War in Southern Moravia and Northern Lower Austria