The Hungarian Historical Review is a peer-reviewed international journal of the social sciences and humanities with a focus on Hungarian history. The journal's geographical scope—Hungary and East-Central Europe—makes it unique: the Hungarian Historical Review explores historical events in Hungary, but also raises broader questions in a transnational context. The articles and book reviews cover topics regarding Hungarian and East-Central European History. The journal aims to stimulate dialogue on Hungarian and East-Central European history in a transnational context. The journal fills lacuna, as it provides a forum for articles and reviews in English on Hungarian and East-Central European history, making Hungarian historiography accessible to the international reading public and part of the larger international scholarly discourse.
The Hungarian Historical Review
(Formerly Acta Historica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae)
4 Tóth Kálmán utca, Budapest H – 1097, Hungary
Postal address: H-1453 Budapest, P.O. Box 33. Hungary
Published quarterly by the Institute of History, Research Centre for the Humanities (RCH), HungarianAcademy ofSciences (HAS).
Responsible Editor: Pál Fodor (Director General).
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