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From Aristotle to Bantham - Legal Classics on HeinOnline

Legal Classics database is one of the uniquely rich collections of the renowned legal database, Heinonline comprised of 145 million pages of contemporary and historical legal resources, primarily in English. All the major and most defining legal texts in human history are available for researchers and legal historians including Aristotle's legal writings, the works of world-famous jurists, such as Hugo Grotius, Jeremy Bentham, William Blackstone or Henry Maine and the some highly influential collections of laws, for instance the Code Napoleon and the Codes of Hammurabi.

Published on - 2017-06-22 15:04:00
Category: News
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Social Sciences Section of the Association of Hungarian Librarians celebrates 40th jubilee

The Social Sciences Section of the Association of Hungarian Librarians was established in 1977 with founding president, Gábor Vályi, the then director of the Library of Parliament. The Section's main objective is to build and nurture successful professional relationships with libraries, public collections and other related organizations. Its leadership has been ever since planning and coordinating its programmes in this spirit, be it a library visit or a professional conference on current issues of librarianship.

Published on - 2017-06-21 14:20:00
Category: Anniversaries
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New arrivals in June

In our new column we offer a monthly selection of recently catalogued books from the collection of the library. Below you may find our picks for June.

Published on - 2017-06-16 10:49:00
Category: Book recommendations
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Celebrating Budapest as our capital city

In 1892 Budapest was granted the title of capital town by Franz Joseph, the then king of Hungary, which meant it was raised to equal rank with Vienna, the formerly privileged capital town of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.

Published on - 2017-06-15 16:00:00
Category: Anniversaries
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Remembering the 150th Anniversary of the Austro-Hungarian Compromise

The Austro Hungarian Compromise of 1867 is undoubtedly one of most defining events in the Hungarian history, yet - as the political, social and economic circumstances under which it was negotiated were highly versatile and complex - it is still prone to contradictory interpretations and provokes strong feelings on part of the Hungarian people. On 8 June, the day Franz Joseph I was crowned King of Hungary, we remembered the 150th Anniversary of the Compromise.

Published on - 2017-06-09 09:31:00
Category: Anniversaries
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See you at the 88th Book Week!

The 88th Hungarian Book Week and 16th Children's Book Days will be held in Budapest and other venues all around Hungary between 8 and 12 June. The idea of an annual feast of books and reading was conceived by Géza Supka, a renowned literary man in 1927 and was brought to life in 1929, and it has been the most popular book-themed event in Hungary ever since, aiming primarily at promoting the latest literary works and building writer-reader relationships.

Published on - 2017-06-06 16:31:00
Category: News
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