Honourable Mention of Ferenc Laczó’s article at the ASEEES Annual Convention

The article by Ferenc Laczó ‘The Foundational Dilemmas of Jenő Lévai. On the Birth of Hungarian Holocaust Historiography in the 1940s’, in Holocaust Studies in 2015, has received an honourable mention during the awarding of the Mark Pittaway Article Prize of the Hungarian Studies Association on Friday 18 November.

‘The Foundational Dilemmas of Jenő Lévai. On the Birth of Hungarian Holocaust Historiography in the 1940s’, the article Ferenc Laczó published in Holocaust Studies in 2015, has received honorable mention during the awarding of the Mark Pittaway Article Prize of the Hungarian Studies Association. With the Mark Pittaway Article Prize of 2016, the committee of the Association rewarded the best scholarly articles in Hungarian studies from any discipline, published in English in 2014 or 2015. The prize for best article was awarded to Péter Apor and James Mark for “Socialism Goes Global: Decolonization and the Making of a New Culture of Internationalism in Socialist Hungary, 1956–1989”, published in The Journal of Modern History in 2015. The winners were announced at the 48th Annual Convention of The Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies in Washington, D.C. on November 18, 2016.

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