Modern Age

Modern Age Doctoral Program

The Past of the Program

After the the fall of the socialist regime, the so-called regime change (1990) at the University of Szeged doctoral and habilitation procedures could be carried out just in the Doctoral School of Medieval History. Later opportunities opened up, and under the leadership of Professor László J. Nagy and Professor Ádám Anderle doctoral degree could be obtained from the topics of the history of the Western Mediterranean and the Hispanic world. The evolving Modern Age program gradually widened; under the leadership of Sándor László Tóth the 16-17. century specialization and under the leadership of László Marjanucz and with the participation of Ágnes Deák the 18-19. century research specialty started, while the research and education field of the 20th century history also appeared in the Modern Age history program. By the late 1990s the Modern Age program covered basically the huge period from the sixteenth century up to the present age, and by enrolling a large number of PhD students and through numerous doctoral procedures and degrees proved its worthy rank among the Hungarian doctoral programs. In the last years further specialization took place: the Contemporary and Comperative History program under the leadership of Professor Béla Tomka separated from the Modern Age program. The boundary of the two programs is 1914, when World War I broke out, but in case of topics concerning 20th century Mediterranean, Near East and the „developing countries” and the Balkan, there is cooperation berween the two programs. In the Modern Age program the 16-18. century research became more relevant, particularly those topics connected with the Ottoman Empire and the middle and southern parts of Hungary under Ottoman rule („Hódoltság”). The program has serious international relations, we cooperate with Austrian, German, French, Slovakian, Roumanian, English and Turkish research and educational institutes. We have ever been striving to provide foreign graduates with the opportunity to obtain PhD degree. However, up till 2016 it was possible just in exceptional cases. From 2016 onwards, due to the Stipendium Hungaricum program of the Hungarian state, Southestern, Asian and African students can earn scholarships to our doctoral training. The past short period suggests, that our program is attractive to many foreign students.

The present of the program

The Modern Age program is organized around several major topics according to chronological aspects and thematic units:

  • the age of the Ottoman and Habsburg Empires in Central Europe in the 16-17. centuries
  • the history of the 18th and 19th century in the Habsburg Monarchy
  • the history of the Mediterranean with the relating Hispanic world, and the past of the Balkan and the historical relations of the USA connected to these regions
  • besides these topics the history of the Eastern Slavs,
  • the history of the Crimean Khaganate.

Hungarian historiography begins the modern era with the fall of the sovereign Hungarian Kingdom with the battle of Mohács (August 29, 1526). By capturing Buda, the capital of Hungary (August 29, 1541) the central parts came under direct Ottoman rule, and the eastern parts (Transylvania) became an Ottoman vassal Christian state, while the northern and eastern territories came under the rule of the Habsburg-dynasty as Hungarian Kingdom. The Hungarian Kingdom ruled by the Habsburgs preserved much of its medieval state administration, church and secular structure, and elective monarchical system (till 1686). The Ottoman vassal Transylvanian Principality was also the guardian of the Hungarian statehood in spite of the Ottoman rule (up till 1687/1699). Until the early 20th century these factors determined the frames of the Hungarian history. The early modern age is clearly present in the doctoral training, one can just refer to the topics of 16-18. century Hungarian statehood, the anti-Ottoman wars, the revolts against the Habsburg rulers, and the Transylvanian Principality.

Liberation from the Turks meant, that all Hungary came under the jurisdiction of the Habsburg-dynasty, but a certain level of state independence remained. The reorganization of Hungarian society took place through anomalies. Hungary regained its territorial unit in only partial detail; in newly reoccupied areas (e. g. in the Banat) military administration and treasury economic management were implemented. From the period under investigation onwards the nationality issue became of major importance, which connected the history of the Hungarians with that of the Serbian, Croatian and Slovak communities living in the surrounding area.

The history of the urbanization is in close connection with the German and Jewish citizens, and with the agricultural and industrial development. The research of the civil revolution of 1848 and war of indepence is determinative, as well as that of the retaliation after the fall, and the police observations.

The following topics appear as well in the program: the internal relations of the last century, the dissolution of the colonial system, the new nation-states formed in the Mediterrenean. The civilization effects of the determining states in the area, Spain and France are far beyond their European frontiers. Both world-class level centres have an important role in our doctoral training. A lot of doctoral theses have been written so far from the history of states of South America, and in the future it will be possible to prepare dissertation from these topics as well. However, besides Spanish-speaking area, the past of the Anglo-Saxon world and the history of the USA is represented, too. In the research of the Mediterranean the French–Hungarian, the Arabic–Hungarian connections, and the history of the Arabic countries get a lot of emphasis, furthermore the colonization and decolonization processes, too.

Because of geopolitical aspects the history of the eastern Slavs (Poland, Russia) and Ukraine plays a key role in our program. For students, who want to do the research in the history of the Crimean Khaganate and the Turkish-speaking people of the steppe, outstanding tutors are available.

The training plan of the program

Modern Age training plan

1-4 semesters: Theoretical subjects (minimum 25 credits (…)

The secretary of the program

Dr. Beáta Varga
E-mail: varga.bea@hist.u-szeged.hu

Lecturers of the program (1 and 2. semester, 2018/2019)

Dr. Zoltán Bagi
Prof. Dr. Ágnes Deák
Dr. Péter Ákos Ferwagner Dr. Éva Nagy
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
Dr. László Mód
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
Dr. Hajnalka Tóth
Dr. Beáta Varga
Dr. Sándor Varga
Dr. Péter Vukman
Prof. Dr. Péter Zakar

Dr. Zoltán Cora
Dr. Zsuzsanna Cziráki
Prof. Dr. Ágnes Deák
Dr. Péter Ákos Ferwagner
Dr. Éva Nagy
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
Dr. Róbert Péter
Dr. András Simon
Dr. Géza Szász
Dr. László Marjanucz
Dr. László Mód
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
Dr. Hajnalka Tóth
Dr. Sándor Varga
Dr. Zoltán Vajda
Dr. Péter Vukman

Program topic writers/leaders with optional topics (2019)

Dr. Zoltán Bagi
Military history, social history, institutional history in Hungary in the early Modern age

Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
Exploring, recording and creating cultural heritage in Hungary and in Central and Southeastern Europe

Dr. Zsuzsanna Csikós
The history of the Hungarian and Hispanic relations

Dr. Zsuzsanna Cziráki
The history of Transylvania and the Transylvanian Saxons
The Eastern diplomacy of the Habsburgs in the early modern age

Prof. Dr. Ágnes Deák
The history of Austrian Empire and Hungary in the 19th century, the history of the national movements.

Dr. Péter Ákos Ferwagner
Political parties and movements in the Arabic region
Superpower politics in the Mediterranean
The history of the Near East in the 19-20th century

Dr. Norbert Glässer
The historical and etnographic examination of the Hungarian Judaism
Religious etnography, religious antopology
Symbolic politics and loyalties among the Hungarian citizenship

Prof. Dr. Mária Ivanics
The research of the historical sources of the Golden Horde

Dr. Andrea Kökény
The history of the USA and Europe in the 19th century
Inter-America relations
The colonial America
American social and ideological history

Dr. Lajos Kövér
French history in the Modern age (16−19th centuries)
The image about the Hungarians in Europe in the 16-19th centuries
The expansion of the Habsburg in the 16-17th centuries

Dr. László Marjanucz
The history of the Danube people from the expulsion of the Turks up till the Reform era
Regional and local history in the 18-19th centuries The history of the civic development
Social and political changes in Hungary in the Modern age

Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
The history of the Maghreb counties in the 19-20th centuries
The history of the relations between Hungary and the Arabic countries
The history of the Hungarian and French relations in the 18-20th centuries
The history of Europe in the 18-20th centuries

Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
Hungarian history in the 16-18th centuries
Ottoman–Hungarian relations
The legal position of the Christian vassal states in the Ottoman Empire (Moldva, Wallachia, Transylvania, Orta Macar/Mid-Hungary)
The Ottoman–Hungarian relations of the Roumanian voivodeships in the 16th century

Dr. Róbert Péter
digital arts; 18th century studies, history of ideas, the history of the press, British–Hungarian connections (1600-1850); the history of secret societies (e. g. free masonry)

Dr. Hajnalka Tóth
The history of Hungary in the 16-17th centuries, Social and military history

Dr. Sándor László Tóth
The problems of military and political history in the Ottoman era in Hungary
The era of the Fifteen Years, War (1593−1616) and the revolt of Bocskai, military history and foreign policy

Dr. Beáta Varga
The history of Eastern Europe in the Modern age

Dr. Sándor Varga
Dance and music folklore, dance antropology

Dr. Péter Zakar
Church history in the 18-19th centuries, Hungarian ecclesiastical history
The political and educational history of the Southland (Délvidék) in the 19-20th centuries
The history of the Austrian Empire in the 19th century
The Revolution and War of Independence in 1848-49

Dr. Anita Zalai
The history of Spain in the 20th century

The supervisors of the program (2019)

Dr. Zoltán Bagi
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
Prof. Dr. Ágnes Deák
Dr. Péter Ákos Ferwagner
Dr. László Mód
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
Dr. Hajnalka Tóth
Prof. Dr. Sándor László Tóth
Dr. Beáta Varga
Dr. Sándor Varga

Degree authors in the program

(Name, title of the thesis, the name of the supervisor, the date of the degree, organized training/ individual preparation)

Ágnes Judit Szilágyi
Nation building and cultural policy at the time of Estado Nova
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
1997
public scholarship holder

Judit Kesserű Némethyné
The history of the Western Mediterranean and Hispanic world
no supervisor
1998
individual preparation

Dr. Ágnes Tóth
English Americans in Upper California in the Mexican period, 1821–1848
no supervisor
1999
individual preparation

Miklós Nagy
The main problems of the French republicanism. The republican tradition in the French Republican systems
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2001
individual preparation

Alessandro Rosselli
La politica di Mussolini in Mediterraneo e il movimiento operario italiano (1933–1939)
no supervisor
2002
individual preparation

Péter Ákos Ferwagner
French political parties in colonial Algeria, 1945–1954
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2003
public scholarship holder

Lajos Kövér
The image about the Hungarians in the 18th century in the mirror of forgotten French sources
no supervisor
2003
individual preparation

Mónika Bán
Worldviews and biographies. Spanish Habsburg rulers in 19th century Spanish historiography on the basis of biographical works
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2003
public scholarship holder

Librado Orozco Zapata
The comparison of Eastern European and Latin American transformation processes
no supervisor
2004
individual preparation

Marcell Nagy
The Mexican conservativism in the 19th century
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2004
public scholarship holder

János Sáringer
Repository to the history of Hungarian foreign service, 1920–1944
Dr. Ágnes Judit Szilágyi
2005
tuition fee

Mária Pallagi
The problem of Spanish neutrality in the Austrian (Vienna) policy (1914–1918)
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2005
tuition fee

Andrea Kökény
English Americans in Texas, 1821–1845
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2005
tuition fee

Mónika Szente-Varga
Migracion húngara a México entre 1901 y 1950
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle 2005
tuition fee

Szonja Hollósi
Contribution á l’étude de l’imaginaire dans les lettres francophones du Maghreb
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2005
public scholarship holder

Eszter Katona
Spanish–Italian relations during World War II .
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2005
public scholarship holder

Katalin Pintácsi
The Mediterranean aspects of the Italian foreign policy in 1948–1953
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2005
public scholarship holder

Judit Pihurik
Diaries and memoirs from the eastern front (1942)
no supervisor
2006
individual preparation

Krisztián Komár
The Austrian–Hungarian Monarchy and Egypt, 1882–1914
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2006
public scholarship holder

Mária Tandori
The Corsican English Kingdom and its constitution
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2006
tuition fee

Meriggi Simone
Studio storico-politico della destra Italiana dal dopoguerra ad oggi
no supervisor
2006
individual preparation

Ádám Balogh
The role of nationalism in Greek foreign policy thinking, 1897–1912
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2006
public scholarship holder

Rita Jókai
The image on Napoleon, or the French integration of Corsica
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2006
public scholarship holder

Zsuzsanna Táborosi
The artisan society of Székesfehérvár between two world wars
no supervisor
2006
individual preparation

Adél Monostori
A controversial career. The activity of father La Valette at the island of Martinique, 1746–1762
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2007
public scholarship holder

Andrea Palkovics
The way to compromise – with Spanish eyes, 1850–1868
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2007
public scholarship holder and tuition fee

Péter Torbágyi
Hungarian migratory movements and scattered communities in Latin America till the break of World War II
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2008
public scholarship holder and tuition fee

Katalin Jancsó
The early political indigenismus (naturalization) in Peru and the Asociación Pro-Indígéna
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2008
public scholarship holder and tuition fee

József Csurgay-Horváth
The urbanization of Székesfehérvár Székesfehérvár
Dr. László Marjanucz
2008
individual preparation

Szilvia Pethő
El exílio de comunistas espanoles en los paises socialistas. Spanish Communist emigration in Middle East Europe (1946–1955)
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2008
public scholarship holder

Árpád Kovács Kálmán
The system of religious politics in Transylvania in 1750-1770s
Dr. László Marjanucz
2008
individual preparation

Attila Pongrácz
The Hungarians in Sao-Paulo, 1945–1990
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2008
tuition fee

Balázs Szélinger
Hungary and Etiope
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2008
public scholarship holder

Zoltán Prantner
Jemen and the socialist countries, 1955–1970
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2008
public scholarship holder

Katalin Őry-Kovács
The Jaraguá do suli Hungarian colony: identity and history
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2008
public scholarship holder

Tibor Kovács
Hungarian hussar weapons in the light of material objects till the fall of the War of Independence of Rákóczi
Dr. Sándor Papp
2008
individual preparation

György Szelják
„We must respect each other!” Nashua world view and cultural changes in Pachiquita in the 20th century dr. Boglár Lajos
2008
individual preparation

Edina Polácska
The karlist emigration in France, 1872–1876
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2009
public scholarship holder

Maria Pia Pedani
Dalla frontiera al confine
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2009
individual preparation

Gabriella Pusztai
The activity of Hungarian doctors in Black Africa from the beginning of the 20th century up till the end of 1960s
Dr. László Marjanucz
2009
individual preparation

Lajos Olasz
The history of the office of Deputy Governor (1941–1944) no supervisor
2009
individual preparation

Éva Henriette Dr. Szabó
El Diccionario de la antropologia Bolíviana
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2009
individual preparation

Balázs Sebők
The industrialization of the Great Plain, 1950–1970
Dr. Gyula Belényi
2010
tuition fee

Papo Adriano
György Martinuzzi Utyeszenics e la dedizione della Transilvania alla Casa d’ austria
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2010
individual preparation

Arienza Javier
La Crónica Hispana de la Guerra de los Quince Anos (1593–1606)
Dr. Sándor László Tóth
2010
tuition fee

Péter Vukman
From Moscow to London, Great Britain and Yugoslavia during the Soviet-Yugoslav conflict (1948–1953)
Prof. Dr. Enikő A. Sajti
2010
publich scholarship holder

László Csősz
Perpetrators, witnesses and victims, the Holocaust in Jász–Nagykun–Szolnok county
Prof. Dr. László Karsai
2010
public scholarship holder

Attila Varsányi
The history of „supremus comitatus” in Hódmezővásárhely (1873–1950)
Dr. László Marjanucz
2011
individual preparation

Zsuzsanna Cziráki
The relation of the city of Brassó (Brasov) and the princely power in the light of the city,s power during the reign of prince Gábor Bethlen
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2011
public scholarship holder

Adrienn Tari
The Central and Eastern European policy of the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2011
public scholarship holder

Zoltán Cora
The crossroads of social policy in Hungary: the opportunities and constraints of sample tracking in Hungary (1938‒1950)
Prof. Dr. Béla Tomka
2011
public scholarship holder

Capraz Hüseyin Sevket Cagatay
The Ottoman siege of Pétervárad in 1694. on the basis of Western and Ottoman sources
Dr. Sándor Papp
2011
tuition fee

Klára Glózik
Opportunities for tourism and leisure time in Hungary in the age of Dualism, with special regards to Békés county (1867‒1914)
Dr. László Marjanucz
2011
tuition fee

Dóra Babarczi
Hungarian Jesuits in Brazil at the middle of 18th century
Dr. István Rákóczi
2012
individual preparation

Hajnalka Tóth
The frontier against Kanizsa in the light of the correspondence of Ferenc Gyöngyösi Nagybetween 1683 and 1690
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2012
public scholarship holder

Zoltán Dévavári
Towards new shores. Minority path search. Spiritual, political tendencies in the Southland (Délvidék) and the formation of the Hungarian Party (1918‒1923)
Prof. Dr. Enikő A. Sajti
2012
tuition fee

Anikó Farkas
Egypt under Sadat with Hungarian eyes. Hungarian–Egyptian relations, 1970‒1980
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2012
public scholarship holder

Miklós Miklós
The political career of István Balogh
Dr. László Marjanucz
2012
tuition fee

András Lénárt
Ideology and propaganda in the film policy of the Franco regime
Dr. Rosselli Alessandro
2013
public scholarship holder

Péter Szilágyi
The monarchy of Libia from the independence till the nationalist revolution, 1951‒1969
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2013
public scholarship holder

Zoltán Papp
Chapters from the history of public health in the southern Great Plain, with special regards to heart medicine
Dr. László Marjanucz
2014
individual preparation

István Tóth
Slovaks at the crossroads of survival and merger. (the history of the Slovaks of the Great Plain between the two world wars)
Dr. József Sipos
2014
individual preparation

Abdel-Salam Mohamed Abdallah
The Egyptian and Hungarian relations between the two world wars
Prof. Dr. István Zimonyi és Dr. János Sáringer
2014
individual preparation

Orsolya Gyöngyössy Fábiánné
Parish and society. The role of the Roman Catholic lower clergy and the lay temple servants in Csongrád at the second half of the 19th century
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
2014
public scholarship holder

István Nagy
The Jews in Kecskemét between 1919 and 1944
Prof. Dr. László Karsai
2015
tuition fee and public scholarship holder

Ivett Polenyák
The role of Vienna in the life of Mihály Munkácsy
Prof. Dr. Ágnes Deák
2015
individual preparation

András Döbör
Media policy and political press in Hungary at the end of the 18th century and in the first half of the 19th century
Dr. Péter Zakar
2015
tuition fee

Szabolcs Hadnagy
The food supply system of the Ottoman army in the mirror of the campaign of 1658
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2016
tuition fee

Povedák Kinga
Rock apostles. The religious study of the Christian light music
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
2016
tuition fee

László K. Gulyás
The first phase of the rule of Saud II
Dr. Péter Ákos Ferwagner
2016
public scholarship holder

László Rittling
The life and role of Antal Eszterházy in the War of Independence of Rákóczi in the mirror of his letters to Ferenc Rákóczi II
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2016
tuition fee

Zsolt Palotás
Bejs, corsairs and diplomats: the connection of the Governorship of Tunis with the Western European countries and with the USA, 1605‒1830
Dr. Andrea Kökény
2017
public scholarship holder

Georgina Nagy
The first decade of independent Algeria and the Hungarian relation, 1962–1971
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2017
public scholarship holder

Sándor Fejős
Education and culture in Magyarkanizsa at the the age of Dualism (1867-1918)
Prof. Dr. Péter Zakar
2018
tuition fee

Anett Kovács
The history of public charity in the Békés county, 1828-1918
Dr. László Marjanucz
2018
tuition fee

Tamás Túróczi
Iberian–Japanese relations (1543-1650) in the mirror of the conflicts of Christian orders and of the changes of Japanese religious politics towards Christians
Dr. Lajos Kövér Lajos and Dr. Rodao Florentino
2018
public scholarship holder

Bálint Pető
The beginnings of printed mass media in Szentes (1871-1883)
Dr. Péter Zakar
2018
tuition fee

Gausz Ildikó
In the allurement of Hungary. French-speaking travellers in Hungary in the early modern age (1554-1608)
Dr. Lajos Kövér
2018
tuition fee

János Szabados
„I intend to make both of them to become good neighbours” – The presentation of the career of the renegade of Buda, Hans Caspar (1627–1660) in political and cultural context
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2019
tuition fee and public scholarship holder

Students of the organized training earning absolutorium and passing the final exam

(Name, the name of the supervisor, year, took part in the organized training/individual participation)

Vilmos Kiss
Prof. Dr. Enikő A. Sajti
2013
tuition fee

Éva Szajcsán
Prof. Dr. Enikő A. Sajti
tuition fee

Balázs Valastyán
Prof. Dr. Enikő A. Sajti
2014
tuition fee and public scholarship holder

Katalin Erzsébet Bodó
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2009
public scholarship holder

Ágnes Marosi
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2009
tuition fee

Anita Tóth
Prof. Dr. Ádám Anderle
2012
tuition fee

Nóra Bodosi-Kocsis
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
tuition fee

Pintér Zsófia
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
2016
tuition fee

Kovács Orsolya
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
tuition fee

Viktória Terendi
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
2016
tuition fee

Ágnes Deme
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
2016
tuition fee

Zsigmond Kudlacsek
Dr. Zsolt Giczi
2005
tuition fee
Kornél Farkas

Dr. Zsolt Giczi
2009
tuition fee

Csaba Gönczöl
Prof. Dr. Mária Ivanics
2016
tuition fee

Balázs Antos
Dr. László Marjanucz
2012

Krisztina Rotár
Dr. László Marjanucz
2013
tuition fee

Szabolcs Borbély
Dr. László Marjanucz
2014
tuition fee

Zita Bóka Márkiné
Dr. László Marjanucz
2013
tuition fee

Máté Mády
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
tuition fee

Boglárka Szigeti
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2014
tuition fee

János Szabados
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2017
tuition fee and public scholarshop holder

Melinda Sipos
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2016
tuition fee

Gábor Vatai
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2013
public scholarship holder

László Voloncs
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
tuition fee

Eszter Kresák
Dr. András Simon
public scholarship holder

Anna Ripcse-Karácsony
Dr. András Simon
2016
public scholarship holder

Tamás Schill
Dr. András Simon
2011
tuition fee

Ferenc Szűgyi
Dr. András Simon
2015
public scholarship holder

Valér Bedő
Dr. András Simon
2015
tuition fee

Csaba Horváth
Dr. József Sipos
2015
tuition fee

Krisztina Juhász
Dr. Sándor László Tóth
2015
tuiton fee

Ernő Gellért Marton
Dr. Beáta Varga
2016
public scholarship holder

Vivien Apjok
The change of the cultural role of river Maros from the 19th century up till nowadays
Dr. László Mód
2019
public scholarship holder

Anikó Nagyillés Glässerné
The social history study of the Jesuit Heart Guard spiritual movement
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
2018
tuition fee

Roland Gömöri
The postion of the Egyptian Coptic Christian church in the 19-20th centuries
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy
2018
állami ösztöndíjas

Anna Réka Nagy
New religious and spiritual movements
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
2018
tuition fee

Vivien Szőnyi
The examination of the socio-cultural changes of Moldavian dances
Dr. Sándor Varga
2018
tuition fee

Zsolt Dezső Nagy
Medieval and early modern age monetary history
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2017
tuition fee

Vukov Anikó
Contempory study of the role of healers in Szeged
Prof. Dr. Gábor Barna
2017
tuition fee

Students passing the complex exam

Gergely Brandl
The social and legal history of the great witch trial of Szeged (1728–1729) in urban history context
Dr. Zoltán Bagi
2018

Kutse Altın
The connection network of the Turkish historian Tayyip Gökbilgin and Turkish historiography
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2018

László Keller
The history of Turkey during the late Ottoman period and in the era of the Republic
Prof. Dr. István Zimonyi
2018

Gergely Takács
The examination of the social and cultural embeddedness of Nortwestern Hungarian bachelor societies
Dr. Sándor Varga
2018

Zoltán Presztóczky
The history of Hódmezővásárhely at the turn of 19-20th centuries
Dr. habil. László Marjanucz
2018

József Kádár
The history of Jordan after World War II
Dr. Péter Ákos Ferwagner
2018

Emine Yüksel
Anatolian non-ortodox religious groups and the Safavid Iran
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2019

Mortaza Firuzi
An unknown collection of documents from the 16th century (inşa), preserved in Vienna, to the Ottoman–Safavid history
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp
2019

The active students taking part in the training of the program

(Name, current grade, the title of the thesis, the name of the supervisor, public scholarship/tuition fee)

Lukács Szilveszter Csernus
Grade 3
Tne 19th century national movements in Hungary
Prof. Dr. Ágnes Deák
public scholarship holder

Seyedin Szilvia
Grade 2
The history of Iran in the modern age
Prof. Dr. László J. Nagy

Gergely Takács
Grade 3.
Etnographical subprogram, culture of dance, school and church
Dr. Sándor Varga

Marianna Nyitrai
Grade 1
Etnographical subprogram

Balázs Balatoni
Grade 2
The history of the Balkan at the beginning of the 20th century
Dr. Péter Vukman

József Kádár
Grade 3
The history of Jordan after world War II
Dr. Péter Ákos Ferwagner

Dorottya Mihályi
Grade 1
Travel writing, travel literature, as historical sources
Dr. Géza Szász

Béla Angyal
Grade 1
The history and etnography of the Hungarians of the Highlands at the beginning of the 20th century
Dr. András Simon

Ferenc Gábor Nagy
Grade 2.
Etnography subprogram
Dr. László Mód

Anna Székely
Grade 1
Etnography and folk dance culture
Dr. Sándor Varga

Altın Kutse
Grade 3
The network connection of Turkish historian Tayyip Gökbilgin and the Turkish historiography
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp

Yüksel Emine
Grade 2
The Anatolian non-ortodox religious groups and the Safavid Iran
Prof. Dr. Sándor Papp

Firuzi Mortaza
Grade 2
An unknown collection of documents (inşa) from the 16th century, preserved in Vienna, to the Ottoman-Safavid history
Prof. Dr. Papp Sándor

Hasan Samee Ali
Grade 1
The history of Syria in the late Ottoman period
Dr. Péter Ákos Ferwagner

Ergün Cengiz
Grade 1
Habsburg–Ottoman diplomatic relations in the 17th century
Dr. Hajnalka Tóth