The Research Center for the Humanities has published in Italian the proceedings of the conference organized in 2019 in Budapest by the Institute of Philosophy and the CISUECO (Centro Interuniversitario di Studi Ungheresi e sull’Europa Centro-Orientale, Inter-University Center for Hungarian and East-Central European Studies). This event was the third part of a series of Italo-Hungarian conferences about XXth century history and culture.

The title of the book (edited by Francesco Guida and Zoltán Turgonyi) is Italia e Ungheria tra pace e guerra fredda (1945-1955) [Italy and Hungary between Peace and Cold War (1945-1955)], table of contents can be viewed here. It contains the papers of nine Italian, a Croatian and seven Hungarian authors. Among the latter there are three fellows of the Research Center for the Humanities: Ferenc Hörcher, senior research fellow (and ex-director) of the Institute of Philosophy, Antal Molnár, director of the Institute of History and Zoltán Turgonyi, senior research fellow of the Institute of Philosophy. The reader can find in the book studies on history, politics, economy, humanities, arts, literature of the period in question.