Latest Events & Announcements
Yutel for Peace 1991
International, interdisciplinary conference on archiving media propaganda in the former Yugoslavia
Event - Posted on 27/Apr/2016
Axel Braun, Szigetköz 2015
Musicians from the Academy of Music will perform the winning scores of the music competition live.
Event - Posted on 21/Apr/2016
Into Eternity Still from the Film
Two-day program series on the thirtieth anniversary of the nuclear power plant disaster at Chernobyl
Event - Posted on 19/Apr/2016
CSERNOBIL_30 -  Creative workshop for high schools
High school students are invited to rethink the events in light of the archival materials available.
Event - Posted on 17/Apr/2016
Collection Highlights & Blog Posts
The Open Society Archives (OSA) is the official repository for the Central European University and the Open Society...
Blog entry - Posted on 26/Apr/2016
Blinken OSA colleagues meet Pál Ferenczi, who spent a year in Mauthausen with Leó Goldberger, former owner of the...
Blog entry - Posted on 11/Feb/2016
OSA is honored to announce public access to the first portion of the Free Europe Committee (FEC) compilation of Cold...
Blog entry - Posted on 28/Jan/2016
We closed down our first thematic public program on Surveillance only a few days ago. The event series was opened with...
Blog entry - Posted on 17/Dec/2015

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The portrait of István Kemény (short version)

István Kemény was the founder of a new school of sociology which introduced modern sociological methodology and tools into the research of Hungarian poverty and the Roma in the second half of the 20th century. His followers became not only the key figures of the Hungarian sociology, but also significant members of the political and intellectual opposition of the Kádár era.

Duration: 7:04


Investigating Border Incidents

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Duration: 39:18