Bibliográfiai újdonságok

Non-Territorial Autonomy: An Introduction

Marina Andeva, Dobos Balázs, Ljubica Djordjevic, Börries Kuzmany és Tove H. Malloy szerkesztésében megjelent és letölthető a Non-Territorial Autonomy: An Introduction c. nyílt hozzáférésű e-kötet a Palgrave Macmillan kiadó oldalán. A könyvben helyet kaptak Dobos Balázs, Vizi Balázs és szerzőtársaik tanulmányai is.

This Open Access textbook is a result of the work of ENTAN - European Non-Territorial Autonomy Network. It provides students with a comprehensive analysis of the different aspects and issues around the concept of non-territorial autonomy (NTA). The themes of each chapter have been selected to ensure a multi- and interdisciplinary overview of an emerging research field and show both in theory and in practice the possibilities of NTA in addressing cultural, ethnic, religious and language differences in contemporary societies.

The Populist Radical Right and Public Education

Az Encyclopedia of New Populism and Responses in the 21st Century című, a Springer kiadónál megjelenő kiadványban Neumann Eszter írta a közoktatásról szóló szócikket, melynek címe The Populist Radical Right and Public Education. A szócikk elérhető a következő linken ITT.

Abstract. The entry explores how the populist radical right governs education in countries where these parties formed governments in the fourth wave of populism. In broader, systemic issues, populist radical right education policies tend to follow neo-conservative and nationalist approaches and attach the narrow set of ideas prioritized by populist discourse to these frameworks. The populist radical right relies on religion as a source of political legitimacy and resacralizes schooling with the aim of imposing “traditional values” and the “traditional family” model on education. More recently, the transnationalization of radical conservative knowledge transfer influentially forms radical populist education agendas globally.

Minority Politics and International Relations: The Case of the Ukrainian−Hungarian Joint Commission on National Minorities

Fedinec Csilla nyílt hozzáférésű tanulmánya a Hungarian Journal of Minority Studies legújabb számában jelent meg. A teljes lapszám elérhető ITT.

Abstract: There are two levels of international relations: multilateral and bilateral. A specific version of bilateral treaties was the conclusion of the basic treaties in the period following the democratic change in Central and Eastern Europe, which, among other things, laid down mutual recognition of borders and the protection of minorities. On the basis of the Hungarian-Ukrainian Declaration on the rights of national minorities, which is stated in Article 17 of the Hungarian-Ukrainian Basic Treaty was established the Hungarian-Ukrainian Joint Commission for National Minorities, whose activities are analysed in this study.

Ignaz Goldziher as a Jewish Orientalist. Traditional Learning, Critical Scholarship, and Personal Piety

Megjelent Turán Tamás: Ignaz Goldziher as a Jewish Orientalist. Traditional Learning, Critical Scholarship, and Personal Piety c. monográfiája a De Gruyter kiadónál. Bővebb információ és megrendelés a kiadó oldalán: ITT.

About this book: Ignaz Goldziher (1850-1921), one of the founders of modern Arabic and Islamic studies, was a Hungarian Jew and a Professor at the University of Budapest. A wunderkind who mastered Hebrew, Latin, Greek, Turkish, Persian, and Arabic as a teenager, his works reached international acclaim long before he was appointed professor in his native country. From his initial vision of Jewish religious modernization via the science of religion, his academic interests gradually shifted to Arabic-Islamic themes. Yet his early Jewish program remained encoded in his new scholarly pursuits. Islamic studies was a refuge for him from his grievances with the Jewish establishment; from local academic and social irritations he found comfort in his international network of colleagues. This intellectual and academic transformation is explored in the book in three dimensions – scholarship on religion, in religion (Judaism and Islam), and as religion – utilizing his diaries, correspondences and his little-known early Hungarian works.

Ferentari incomplet politici urbane la o margine de oraș [A befejezetlen Ferentari. Várospolitika a város szélén]

Ferentari incomplet politici urbane la o margine de oraș [A befejezetlen Ferentari. Várospolitika a város szélén]

Pulay Gergő Andrei Rǎzvan Voineaval és Dana Dolghinnel jelentette meg Bukarestben a Ferentari incomplet politici urbane la o margine de oraș [ A befejezetlen Ferentari. Várospolitika a város szélén] c. kötetet a Studio Zona kiadásában. A kiadó egyesület várostörténeti kutatásokat és városi közismereti programokat bonyolít a román fővárosban. A kötet tartalomjegyzéke és előszava elérhető ITT.

Jazyky na papierových platidlách mnohonárodných štátov na príklade Česko-Slovenska a Sovietskeho zväzu

Megjelent Fedinec Csilla Csernicskó Istvánnal közös szlovák nyelvű tanulmánya a Jazykovedný časopis Q2-es, nyílt hozzáférésű folyóiratban: ITT.

Abstract. Along with portraits of historical figures, images relating to the culture and history of a particular nation, the presence (or absence) of languages on banknotes is also an element of symbolic politics and part of the manifestation of the language policy of a particular state. In this paper, banknotes are seen as an element of the linguistic landscape, and the linguistic landscape - as a reflection of language policy, its peculiar public expression. This paper analyses the way in which the text displayed on multilingual banknotes constructs and reproduces linguistic hierarchies, reflecting the relative status of the languages within two multi-ethnic states: the Czechoslovak Republic and the Soviet Union. The study explores which languages were represented in the inscriptions of the various series of banknotes issued, based on the assumption that banknotes participate in the official language practices constituting the linguistic landscape and as such mediate language ideologies. The authors conclude that even multinational states that issue multilingual banknotes guarantee that the state language should be in a dominant position.