VERITAS Research Institute for History and Archives

24 November 2018

As part of the “Celebrating Hungarian Science” events series, the Cluj-Napoca Academic Committee and the Transylvanian Museum Association jointly organize a 2-day conference titled Coexistance, Competition, Conflict and Complementarity of Civilizations. VERITAS Director Sándor Szakály has been invited to speak. His lecture is titled Between Possibility and Yearning: The Situation in Hungary in the post-Trianon Years (1920–1941).

Among the other speakers in Dr. Szakály’s section are:

László Gulyás (University of Szeged):                           Geopolitical Turning Point: 1918–1920

                                                                                         (History of Central Europe)


Artur Lakatos (Babeș–Bolyai University):                     Hungarian Regional Units, from Miklós

                                                                                         Wesselényi to Aladár Szoboszlay   


Károly Szerencsés (Eötvös Loránd University):            Retreating Revolution? Demographic

                                                                                        Migration in Hungary in the 20th Century:

                                                                                        Cause and Effect

Location: “Lucian Blaga” Central University Library of Cluj-Napoca, Mikó utca (Str. Clinicilor) 2, Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca, RO)

Date: 11 AM on (Saturday) November 24th, 2018

Pictures of the event