Traditional HES Annual Workshop

Traditional HES Annual Workshop

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On 29 December 2011, the Hungarian Europe Society held its regular annual workshop where HES members made presentations for HES members.
Program
Györgyi Kocsis: Humpty Dumpty in Europe: the Hungarian Government Is Hesitating about the European Union 
István Pál Ádám: Contributions to the History of Concierges in Budapest during the First Half of the 20th Century
Kinga Szuly: Why Do not We Have a European Public Sphere if We Do Have it? 

29 December 2011.
English
European Masterpieces
The Hungarian Europe Society presented the first and second issues of its newly published European Masterpieces.
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