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  • Prof. Oren Yiftachel visited GI RCAES HAS (14.08.2014)

  • Prof. Maoz Azaryahu visited GI RCAES HAS (08.08.2014)

  • Invitation: The Political Geography of Israel/Palestine: Ethnocracy or Confederation? Lecture of Prof. Maoz Azaryahu (University of Haifa) at Fuga Budapest Center of Architecture. Program of the Geographical Institute, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences on 6th August 2014. Click here for details. (2014. 07. 28.)

  • Invitation to the photo exhibition "My experience of migration", Budapest, 28-29 April, supported by the International Visegrad Fund V4EaP Programme, and carried out by EASTmig Flagship Project. Click here for details.
    (25. 04. 2014.)

  • Our atlas, Ukraine in Maps is available for special price of € 7. Click here for details and sample pages. (11. 03. 2014.)

  • The project RegPol - 13 PhD and 3 PostDoc positions in Marie Curie ITN RegPol (15. 01. 2014.)

  • The new volume of the Hungarian Geographical Bulletin, No. 2013/2. is available on our website. (09. 07. 2013.)
  • Invitation for TRANSMIG Book launch: Special issue of the 'Tér és Társadalom' scientific journal. Budapest, 21st of June 2013. The TRANSMIG (Integrating transnational migrants in transition states) project, financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation investigated the migration processes and their consequences triggered by the Yugoslav Wars and focused on several settlements in Serbia (Vojvodina province) and Hungary. The research results of the TRANSMIG project were published in a special issue (2013/2) of scientific journal 'Tér és Társadalom', the results of which will be presented at the book launch. Click for details and programme. (04. 06. 2013.)
  • Our new atlas has just been published: Changing ethnic patterns of the Carpatho-Pannonian area. Please click for details.. (01.18. 2013.)
  • The second meeting of HEAS project ('Residential environment in the housing estates in V4 countries and Armenia') will be held at Geographical Institute, RCAES HAS on October the 5th. For details and programme, please click here.
  • It is our pleasure to inform you that our atlas 'Hungary in Maps' is now available in fulltext.
  • The Institute of Geography of the Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences HAS has learnt with great regret that Enyedi György (83) member of the institute from 1960 until 1984, and deputy director between 1962 and 1972 passed away on 10 September 2012. The Hungarian human geography lost its outstanding representative who gained worldwide acknowledgements and who formed the view of generations of Hungarian geographers. With his work Professor Enyedi made an indelible contribution to the development of Hungarian human geography and the international recognition of its scientific achievements.
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