Absolutorium

Thesis author Thesis titles Year of enrollment
Liliana Iuga Reshaping the Historic City under Socialism: State Preservation, Urban Planning, and the Politics of Scarcity in Romania (1945-1977) 2010/2011
Zsuzsa Sidó Hungarian Aristocratic Culture (1825-1914): The Count Andrássy and Károlyi Families' Art Patronage in the Country Houses and Palaces 2010/2011
Adrian Grama Laboring Along: Industrial Workers and the Making of Postwar Romania (1944-1955) 2010/2011
Yulia Karpova Designer Socialism: The Aesthetic Turn in Soviet Russia after Stalin 2009/2010
Anna Mazanik Sanitation, Urban Environment and the Politics of Public Health in Late Imperial Moscow 2009/2010
Good health is the best dowry : marriage counseling, premarital examinations, sex education in Hungary, 1920-1952 2009/2010
Aron Szele The Arrow Cross. The Ideology of Hungarian Fascism. A conceptual approach 2008/2009
Zsofia Lorand “Learning a Feminist Language”: The Intellectual History of Feminism in Yugoslavia in the 1970s and 1980s 2008/2009
Emily Gioielli ‘White Misrule’: Terror and Political Violence during Hungary’s Long World War I, 1919-1924 2008/2009
Biliuta Ionut The archangel's consecrated servants : an inquiry in the relationship between the Romanian Orthodox church and the Iron Guard (1930-1941) 2007/2008
Adam Mestyan “A garden with mellow fruits of refinement” - Music Theatres and Cultural Politics in Cairo and Istanbul, 1867-1892 2007/2008
Tatiana Khripachenko National challenges to decentralization : autonomy and federation in the Russian liberal discourse, 1900-1914 2007/2008
Uku Lember Silenced Ethnicity: Russian-Estonian Intermarriages in Soviet Estonia (Oral History) 2007/2008
Livia Szelpal A Tale of two Hungarian Cities: The Making and Reading of Modern Debrecen and Szeged 1850-1914 2006/2007
Kata Bohus Jews, Israelites, Zionists : the Hungarian state's policies on Jewish issues in a comparative perspective (1956-1968) 2006/2007
Vasile Olaru Writs and measures : symbolic power and the growth of state infrastructure in Wallachia, 1740-1800 2006/2007
Katalin Straner Science, Translation and the Public: The Hungarian Reception of Darwinism, 1858-1875 2006/2007
Maria Falina Pyrrhic Victory: East Orthodox Christianity, Politics and Serbian Nationalism in the Interwar Period 2005/2006
Curating communism : a comparative history of museological practices in post-war (1946-1958) and post-communist Romania 2005/2006
Marioara-Camelia Craciun Between Marginal Rebels and Mainstream Critics: Jewish Romanian Intellectuals in the Interwar Period 2003/2004