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    last nearly four decades the changing contents of the concepts of East and West in these minds As previously this presentation promises to be insightful and thought provoking Q A to follow Suggested Donation 5 Further information info americanhungarianlibrary org ALL ARE WELCOME Attila Pók is the István Deák Visiting Professor of East Central European Studies for the Spring 2011 semester at Columbia University Dr Pók is Deputy Director of the Institute of History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest He also holds the title of Deputy Director of the Europa Institut Budapest a privately supported foundation Professor Pók is Secretary General of the Hungarian Historical Association the most important organization for the dissemination of historical knowledge in the country His areas of research and teaching experience cover three major fields 19th 20th century European political and intellectual history history of modern European historical writing and historical thought and theory and methodology of history Since 1999 he has spent seven semesters at Columbia as a visiting professor of history His most important publications include A haladás hitele The Credibility of Progress The Politics of Hatred in the Middle of Europe Scapegoating in Twentieth Century Hungary History and Historiography Savaria Books on Politics Culture and Society Savaria University Press Szombathely 2009 168 p A nemzetközi politikai élet krónikája 1945 1997 A Chronicle of International Politics 1945 1997 MTA Történettudományi Intézete Budapest 1999 413 p A Selected Bibliography of Modern Historiography Bibliographies Indexes in World History Number 24 Greenwood Press New York Westport Connecticut London 1992 286 p A magyarországi radikális demokrata ideológia kialakulása The Formation of Radical Democratic Ideology in Hungary Akadémiai Kiadó Budapest 1990 196 p He co edited with Jörn Rüsen and Jutta Scherer European History Challenges for a Common Future Edition Körber Stiftung Hamburg 2002 245 p with Randolph L Braham The Hungarian Holocaust after Fifty Years Columbia University Press New York 1997 783 p Photos from the Lecture by Prof István Hargittai April 26th 2011 In front of the Library Anikó Pintér Librarian Annie Greenhouse Volunteer Emese Latkóczy Program Coordinator Prof István Hargittai László Hámos President Before the Lecture Emese Latkóczy Program coordinator Prof István Hargittai László Hámos President Dóra Mészáros Volunteer Prof István Hargittai and László Hámos President of American Hungarian Library and Historical Society Before the lecture Prof István Hargittai was intruduced by László Hámos István Hargittai is the author of several acclaimed books including the six volume Candid Science series of interviews with famous scientists The Road to Stockholm Nobel Prizes Science and Scientists The Martians of Science Five Physicists Who Changed the Twentieth Century and The DNA Doctor Candid Conversations with James D Watson Dr Hargittai is professor of chemistry at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and head of the George A Olah PhD School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Engaging discussion after the Lecture László Hámos and Prof István Hargittai For more pictures please visit www gimagine com LECTURE Judging Edward Teller Villain or Hero April 14th 2011

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    East 90 Street New York NY 10128 címre fogadjuk We are deeply saddened to inform you that our beloved Family Member Friend Benefactor and Co Worker Elisabeth G Mauthner Memi néni passed away on December 7 2010 in New York City August 7 1923 December 7 2010 MEMORIAL MASS will be held Thursday December 16 2010 at 7 00 p m Saint Stephen of Hungary Roman Catholic Church 414 East 82nd Street New York New York to be followed by a COMMEMORATION at the Hungarian House 213 215 East 82 Street NewYork New York Grieving Family Members Hungarian Human Rights Foundation American Hungarian Library and Historical Society In lieu of flowers your donation to help create the Elisabeth Mauthner Memorial Room may be sent to HHRF 120 East 90 Street New York NY 10128 Lecture by Dr Tibor Frank November 27th 2010 Deak Visiting Professor at Columbia University Along with the Hungarian Consulate General of New York the Library is honored to host this evening with the distinguished researcher lecturer and author Hungary s Foremost Historian on American Studies Hungarian Emigration to the United States in the Interwar Years Wednesday December 8 6 30 pm at the Hungarian Library 215 East 82nd Street Between 2nd 3rd Aves New York NY All those interested in learning more about the Hungarian American experience heritage and the community s manifold contributions to the United States are encouraged to attend this this exciting lecture Q A reception to follow Suggested Donation 5 New Library Hours Új Könyvtári órák October 5th 2010 We are pleased to announce that thanks to volunteers Rev Árpád Drotos Elisabeth Mauthner and Erzsébet Németh the Library will now be open an additional two hours per week Our new schedule is Tuesdays 5 7pm Wednesdays 10am 12pm Saturdays 11am 2pm Új Könyvtári órák lelkes önkénteseinknek köszönhetően kedd du 5 től este 7 ig szerda de 10 től délig szombat de 11 től du 2 ig Könyvvásár October 5th 2010 Title Könyvvásár Description Annual Book Fair the Library Start Time 10 00 am Date Saturday October 23 End Time 05 00 pm Award Winning Documentary Dracula s Shadow The Real Story Behind the Romanian Revolution May 16th 2010 Learn how two courageous French Canadians and one human rights organization helped spark the 1989 overthrow of communism in Romania Dracula s Shadow The Real Story Behind the Romanian Revolution An award winning 90 minute documentary film by Árpád Szőczi in Hungarian with English subtitles Coming soon to a location near you New Brunswick Tuesday May 18 7 30 p m American Hungarian Foundation 300 Somerset Street New Brunswick NJ RSVP 732 846 5777 or info ahfoundation org New York Thursday May 20 7 00 p m Hungarian House 213 East 82nd Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues New York NY RSVP 212 289 5488 or info hhrf org Wallingford CT Friday May 21 7 30 p m Hungarian Community Club 147 Ward Street Wallingford CT RSVP 212 289 5488 or info hhrf org

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    Júlia Ubrankovics who will also share her experiences working with the legendary director who died in March at the age of 81 Due to limited seating RSVP to nymagyarkonyvtar gmail com or 212 289 5488 The film contains adult content and is not suitable for children under 18 Download the flier Mommy Baby Playgroup Begins June 20 at the Library June 10th 2009 Hungarian moms and moms of Hungarian descent come join other Hungarian moms and moms of Hungarian descent at the mommy baby playgroup just for you at the Hungarian House We will have music play and rhymes in Hungarian Even if you are not fluent it is a great opportunity to introduce your little one s to their Hungarian background 45 minute play group Saturday sessions begin on Saturday June 20 2009 at 9 30am The first 4 Saturday sessions will be free and the drop in fee for subsequent sessions will probably be between 5 10 per session details to be finalized Please contact Andrea Csupa if you are planning to come to the June 20th meeting Check out www bobita us for more information in Hungarian Read the rest of this entry Gyászolunk June 1st 2009 Az Amerikai Magyar Könyvtár és Történelmi Társulat mély fájdalommal tudatja hogy volt igazgatója Kováts Andrásné született Rapolti Nagy Katalin hosszú szenvedés után 2009 május 27 én New Yorkban elhunyt Kováts Kati több mint két évtizeden keresztül volt a Könyvtár igazgatója és lelkes odaadó támogatója Magyar Literary Gems May 3rd 2009 Two Special Evenings at The New York Hungarian House The American Hungarian Library and the Hungarian Human Rights Foundation invite you to two extraordinary events at the Hungarian House NEITHER MEMORY NOR MAGIC A Riveting Documentary on Miklós Radnóti by Hugo Perez Juliet A Dialogue about Love Monodrama by András

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    Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Pages About Us Board of Directors Mission and Vision History Support Membership Info Volunteer Hungarian Language Course Sign up for event notices Contact Us Application for Space Rental Search for Search My Library at LibraryThing

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