Outreach to appropriate websites and bloggers, and social media marketing. Outreach in the fall gift-buying season to websites, publications, organizations and leading voices in Polish communities for territories covered by Consortium.
Istv n Bori, who holds degrees in geography and history from the University of Szeged, has taught since 1995 at the B lint Balassi Institute in Budapest, Hungary, where he helped establish the Hungarian Studies Division. His specialties are twentieth-century Hungarian economic history and social geography. Bori lives in Budapest.
"A useful and entertaining appetizer for those who are interested in the past and present of Hungary and the Hungarians." Paul Lendvai, author of The Hungarians "An anthology of well-written, witty, and self-critical pieces, reviving national stereotypes in tasteful, if not always PC humor. . . . Like the entries of an encyclopedia, each chapter initiates the reader into a facet of Hungarian life that is more or less obvious to Hungarians, but probably either unknown to or misunderstood by foreigners." D niel D nyi, Hungarian Literature Online