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Curriculum Vitae

10 most important publications

 

János Mihály BAK

Professor Emeritus
 
history of ideas & institutions

 

Curriculum Vitae

Year of birth

1929


Education

1946- 1950
Diploma (“államvizsga”,=MA) August, 1950 Péter Pázmány, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, (History, sociology), Thesis: The Ungarische Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei, 1880-1890 (in Hungarian), Supervisor: E. Andics.


Doctoral degree and field

1960-1962
postdoctoral studies, St. Antony’s College, Oxford (British Council Fellow)

1957-1960
Dr. phil. (July 1960), Georg-August University, Göttingen (History, sociology, East European studies), Dissertation: Königtum und Stände in Ungarn im 14.-16. Jahrhundert, Supervisor: P. E. Schramm


Other titles

2003
Silver diploma, Ist. Europeo di Integrazione Culturale “Robert Schumann”

1992
György-Ránki-Prize of the Hungarian Historical Association

1991
Imre Nagy Memorial Plaque of the President of the Hungarian Republic


Fellowships, scholarships

1993-2001
several research grants from OTKA, MKTK and CEU

1970-1993
several research grants from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and UBC, Vancouver

1989
Izaak Killam Sr. Fellowship

1984
Jean-Monet Fellowship, Ist. Univers. Europeo, Fiesole


Teaching experience

at CEU

since 1999/2000
Signs and Symbols

since 1995
PhD Research Seminar

since 1995
PhD Seminar

since 1993/94
Latin Palaeography and Diplomatics

2001/2002
Sources of Law and Custom

1999/2000
Latin Translation Seminar - Chronica of Gallus Anonymous

1999/2000
Nobility in Medieval Central Europe

1997/1998
Social Conflict in the Later Middle

1997/1998
Latin Translation Seminar - Editing Simon of Keza

1996/1997
Latin Translation Seminar

1996/1997
Nobility in Medieval Central Europe

1995/1996
Bibliography and Source Collection

1995/1996
Latin Translation Seminar

1995/1996
Law and Custom in the Middle Ages

1993/1994
Bibliography and Source Collection

1993/1994
Political Theory in the Late Middle Ages

1993/1994
Statute Law and Custom

1993/1994
Text Edition

1993/1994
The "Feudalism" Debate



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