II. grade 2. semester --
Lectures per week: 0+2 --
practice mark --
Responsible: Márton Mátyás -- Lecturer: Faragó Imre
|Detailed description of the subject|
|1. week|| Formation of the current status quo in the Carpathian region.
Historical sketch of the peoples and states of the Carpathian region, from the view of a cartographer and regard to cartographical representation.
|2. week||Areal structure of the Hungarian administration.
Areal evolution of the Hungarian administration. Effect of changes to the regional approach. Evolution and changes in administration related names. The Hungarian historical-geographical region system..
|3. week||Regional-historical distribution of the Hungarians.
Connections between geography, history and ethnographyBanat, their effects on cartography. Hungarian ethnographical regions.
|4. week||The arrangement of Hungarians living in majority, historical and ethnographical differences. Regions. (Historical-ethnographical regional structure of Transdanubia, the Uplands and the Hungarian Plain)|
|5. week||The Szeklers. Hungarians in Partium and Transylvania, minority Hungarians. Regions. (Historical-ethnographical regional structure of Partium, Transylvania, Banat and Maramures)|
|6. week||Hungarians beyond the Drava and the Cartpathians. Diaspores and language islands. (Hungarians in Slavonia, Serem, and Molda)|
|7. week||Slovakia I.
Brief history of the Slovak nation. The Moravian-Slovakian continuity. Hypotheses and provability.
|8. week||Slovakia II.
Administrational changes in the 20th century. Slovakian ethnographical regions. Basic features of the Slovakian language, geographical names.
Brief history of the Ukrainian nation. Ukranians and Rusins. Basic features of the Ukranian language, geographical names.
|10. week||Romania I.
Brief history of the Ukrainian nation. The Dacian-Romanian continuity. Facts and hypotheses.
|11. week||Romania II.
Administrational changes in the 20th century. Romanian ethnographical regions. Basic features of the Romanian language, geographical names.
Brief history of the Serb nation. Differences and similarities between Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.One language, three religions. Administrational changes in the 20th century.
|13. week||Croatia and Slovenia
Brief history of the two nations. The Croatian-Hungarian relationship and historical interaction. Basic features of the Croat and Slovene languages, geographical names.
Autria's brief history. Administrational changes in the 20th century.