Hungarian weekly Vasarnapi Hirek interviewed Gabor Gyani, visiting professor at CEU’s Department of History about how current Hungarian politics twist the messages of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.Due to copyright regulations the article is available in the weekly (10.22.2016. pp.15-16. 1956 a politika markaban)
http://nol.hu/kulfold/tipor-a-vonalzon-az-iszlam-allam-1615625 - Hungarian news portal nol.hu reports: Professor Aziz Al-Azmeh from CEU’s Department of History gave expert commentary on the 100th anniversary of the Sykes-Picot Pact. Al-Azmeh, who is also director of CEU’s Center for Religious Studies discussed the effect the pact has on the everyday lives of people living in the area it covers.
The article was also published in Nepszabadsag (5.14.2016. p.7. Tipor a vonalzon az Iszlam Allam)
Hungarian weekly Magyar Narancs interviewed Balazs Trencsenyi, associate professor at CEU’s Department of History and Gabor Almasi, historian at ELTE about the role language plays in the formation of modern nationalism, in connection with their recently published book “Latin at the Crossroads of Identity. The Evolution of Linguistic Nationalism in the Kingdom of Hungary.”
Due to copyright regulations, the interview is available in the weekly (1.28.2016. pp.25-27. Magyarorszag tortenete nem a magyar nep tortenete).
Hungarian weekly Elet es Irodalom interviewed Associate Professor at CEU’s Department of History Balazs Trencsenyi about European and Hungarian political discourses based on the research “Negotiating Modernity: History of Modern Political Thought in East Central Europe,” which Trencsenyi coordinated for five years.
Hungarian monthly Kreativ carried a feature interview with CEU Alumnus Bosko Spasojevic (HIST '95). Spasojevic, the CEO of one of the most successful Hungarian PR and media companies VivaKi, discusses how he fled to Budapest in protest being drafted into the war in Yugoslavia in 1994, his studies at CEU, his career, and the challenges of leading a flagship media company.
http://hvg.hu/kultura/20150208_nem_Jaltaban_dolt_el_Kelet_Europa_sorsa - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu reports: Jaroslaw Suchoples, assistant professor at the Institute of History and International Relations of the University of Szczecin, Poland, delivered a public lecture entitled ”Finnish-Soviet Relations After the Second World War, 1944-1992” on January 19 at CEU. The event was organized by the Department of History.
http://www.szekesfehervar.hu/index.php?pg=news_141517 - Hungarian news portal szekesfehervar.hu reports: At a conference organized on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Holocaust, recurrent Visiting Professor in the Department of History at CEU Viktor Karady talked about the situation of Hungarian Jewish intellectuals and elite groups in light of the data of the Hungarian Jewish Lexicon (1929).
http://epiteszforum.hu/varos-es-folyo-szentpetervartol-szentpetervarig - Hungarian architecture news portal reports: PhD student in the Department of History at CEU Anna Mazanik participated in a conference entitled “Cities and river environments – a versatile relationship” on November 20 in Marburg, Germany.
http://www.sonline.hu/somogy/kozelet/kaposvari-oktober-hatodikak-emlekezete-575544 - Hungarian news portal sonline.hu published an article about what had happened to the people of Kaposvar on October 6. The article mentions Peter Hanak, historian and academician born in Kaposvar, probably the greatest expert on the dualist era, who passed away on October 6, 1997.
Hungarian quarterly Hamu es Gyemant reported on modernity and religion, the world tendencies, and European and Hungarian processes in this field. Matthis Riedl, associate professor and head of CEU’s Department of History was also interviewed along with other renowned sociologists and experts on religion.