Presentation of Przemysław Pazik in Munich

On 3 May Przemysław Pazik, postdoctoral research fellow of the ERC Sovereignty project participated in the conference “Connecting Catholics in […]

Workshop and Open Seminar of the Sovereignty ERC Project in Warsaw

report by Miklós Tömöry; pictures by Anca Şincan and Miklós Tömöry Since the beginning of the project, fellows of the […]

Open Seminar in Warsaw on April 24, 2024

Research fellows of the Sovereignty project will present their findings considering church-state relations in the 20th century at the upcoming […]

Assemani Seminar for Eastern Catholic History

On 19 February, a new round of the Assemani Seminar for Eastern Catholic History kicks off with Julia Buyskykh’s keynote […]

Presentation of Katalin Pataki in Cambridge on the 1781 introduction of the Oath of Allegiance

On 31 January 2024, Katalin Pataki, postdoctoral research fellow of the ERC Sovereignty project held a presentation at the Cambridge […]

Presentations of András Fejérdy and Emília Hrabovec in Rome

On 18 January, the École Française de Rome, the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and the University of Fribourg organised in […]

András Fejérdy’s presentation in Esztergom

The Church History Committee of the Archdiocese of Esztergom, the Saint Adalbert Foundation for Central and Eastern European Studies, the […]

Workshop on November 10, 2023

The third workshop of the research group Negotiating Sovereignty at the HUN-REN Institute of History took place on November 10, […]

Anca Şincan’s presentation in Brussels

Between 19 and 20 of October the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Religions and Laicity at the Free University of Brussels organized the conference "Committed but not activist? Engaging in Christian European and colonial social and healthcare charities (1945 – 2000)" Dr. Anca Șincan presented her paper "The reclassification of nuns in the public hospital services under the communist regime in Romania".

Przemysław Pazik’s presentation in Warsaw

Between 6 and 7 September 2023 Przemysław Pazik, a postdoctoral researcher in the Sovereignty team participated in the conference “Churches […]

András Fejérdy’s lecture in Munich

In the winter semester of the academic year 2022/2023, the Department for the History of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe of LMU Munich organized a Master Course and Colloquium on Eastern European History which aimed to broaden knowledge of, and present recent research results on 19th-20th centuries in East-Central Europe.