ToC: Family and emotions - New issue of the Hungarian Historical Review

The Hungarian Historical Review's new issue on family and emotions is out, including:

Gabriella Erdélyi: Negotiating Widowhood and Female Agency in Seventeenth-Century Hungary 

Angelika Orgona: Loving Husbands, Caring Fathers, Glorious Ancestors: Male Family Roles in Early Modern Transylvania 

Zsófia Kucserka: Friends or Enemies? Sisterhood in Nineteenth-Century Hungarian Novels and Diaries 

Edina Tünde Gál: Impoverished by Cholera: Widows, Widowers, and Orphans after the 1873 Cholera Epidemic in Kolozsvár 

CfP: "War and nation-building in East-Central Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries" (The Hungarian Historical Review)

The Hungarian Historical Review invites submissions for its first issue in 2022, the theme of which will be

"War and nation-building in East-Central Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries"

The deadline for the submission of abstracts: May 15, 2021.
The deadline for the accepted papers: September 15, 2021.

ToC Hungarian Historical Review - Natural Resources and Society

Hungarian Historical Review 9, no. 2 (2020). Special issue: Natural Resources and Society

Éva Bodovics: Weather Anomalies and Their Economic Consequences: Penury in Northeastern Hungary in the Late 1870s

Sándor Rózsa: Evaluation of the Floodplain Farming of the Settlements of Nagykunság Based on the First Cadastral Survey

Beatrix F. Romhányi, Zsolt Pinke, and József Laszlovszky: Environmental Impacts of Medieval Uses of Natural Resources in the Carpathian Basin

Article Alert: Inheritance and Emotions: Performing the Patriarch in an Aristocratic Stepfamily in Seventeenth-Century Habsburg Hungary

Erdélyi, Gabriella. “Inheritance and Emotions: Performing the Patriarch in an Aristocratic Stepfamily in Seventeenth-Century Habsburg Hungary.” Journal of Family History (August 2020).
doi: 10.1177/0363199020948101.

Abstract

Hungarian Studies Association - Mark Pittaway Prize

Mark Pittaway Prize for Best Article or Book Chapter in Hungarian Studies

The Hungarian Studies Association is pleased to announce the Mark Pittaway Prize for best scholarly article or book chapter in Hungarian studies, to be awarded in November 2020.

The award committee is seeking nominations or submissions of scholarly articles or book chapters in any field or discipline of Hungarian studies, published in English in 2018 or 2019.

TOC: SZÁZADOK. A Magyar Történelmi Társulat folyóirata (Centuries. The Journal of the Society for Hungarian History), 154 (3) (Open Access)

Content

MAGYARORSZÁG ÉS AMERIKA: TÖRTÉNELMI KAPCSOLATOK ÉS HATÁSOK (Hungary and America: Historical relationships and limits)

Frank Tibor: Bevezető (Introduction) ............................................469

Lévai Csaba: Szempontok az amerikai (1776) és a magyar (1849) Függetlenségi Nyilatkozat összehasonlításához (Considerations on the Comparison of the American (1776) and Hungarian (1849) Declarations of Independence) ...................... 475

The “Majority Question” in Interwar Romania: Making Majorities from Minorities in a Heterogeneous State

H-Nationalism is proud to publish here the sixth post of its “Minorities in Contemporary and Historical Perspectives” series, which looks at majority-minority relations from a multi-disciplinary and diachronic angle. Today’s contribution, by R. Chris Davis (Lone Star College–Kingwood), examines the efforts of Romanian nation-builders to make Romanians during the interwar period.

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