Vámos, Péter

Vamos.PeterStatus: Senior Research Fellow
Research Team: Contemporary History
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HABILITATION

2007: in History, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest

EDUCATION

1993–1997: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest

June 22, 1998: CSc (PhD) in Linguistics (Oriental Studies)

1987–1997: Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest, Faculty of Humanities

1987–1992: Sinology

University Diploma with Distinction, June 30, 1992

1990–1997: History

University Diploma, July 15, 1997

1987–1989: Concentration: Russian

1994: University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)

1993–1994, 1995: Taiwan Normal University

1989–1990: Beijing Language Institute

1988: State University of Leningrad

FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

2013–2014: Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena, Fellowship

2010–2011: Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies, School of History, External Senior Fellowship

2009–2014: OTKA (Hungarian Scientific Research Fund) Research Project: “The Soviet Bloc and China, 1949–1989”

2009: DAAD „Forschungsaufenthalte für Hochschullehrer und Wissenschaftler” Program, University of Heidelberg

2008: Eötvös Scholarship, Hungarian Scholarship Board, University of Heidelberg

2005–2007: Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange, Research Grant

2002–2005: Békésy György Postdoctoral Fellowship, Hungarian Ministry of Education

2004: China Scholarship Council Fellowship for Teachers of Chinese as a Foreign Language, Beijing Normal University

2002: The Tokyo Foundation, Visit Japan Program

2001–2002: Magyary Zoltán Postdoctoral Fellowship, Hungarian Ministry of Education

2001: Charles H. Revson Fellowship, Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM)

1998–2001: Bolyai János Research Fellowship, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

2000: Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship

1999: China Scholarship Council Fellowship, Beijing Normal University

1996: Pacific Cultural Foundation (Taiwan), Research Grant

1995: Taibei Center for Chinese Studies Scholarship

1993–1997: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Scientific Research Grant

1994: Soros Foundation Scholarship (SOAS, University of London)

1993–1994: Taiwan Ministry of Education Academic Scholarship

1989–1990: Hungarian Ministry of Education Scholarship (Beijing Language Institute)

1988: Hungarian Ministry of Education Scholarship (State University of Leningrad)

HONORS

2009: Research Associate, Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University

2004: Youth Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (for the book: Hungarian Jesuit Mission in China), awarded by the Secretary General of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

1993: Higher Educational Medal of Merit, awarded by the Minister of Education, Republic of Hungary

JOINT RESEARCH PROJECTS

Project Title: Collection and Organization of East European Archival Documents from the Cold War Period (东欧各国冷战时期档案收集和整理)

Granted by: National Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science, PRC (全国哲学社会科学规划办公室)

Project No: 12&ZD188 (National Social Science Major Project)

Amount awarded: 800 000 RMB

Grant Period: 2012–2017

Project Leader: Shen Zhihua 沈志华 (East China Normal University, Shanghai)

Principal Investigator and Research Coordinator: Péter Vámos 

Project Title: Research into East European Archival Documents from the Cold War Period (Sino-East European Relations)

Granted by: Shanghai Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science, PRC (上海市哲学社会科学规划办公室)

Project No: 2011WLS001

Amount awarded: 500 000 RMB

Grant Period: 2011–2015

Project Leader: Shen Zhihua沈志华 (East China Normal University, Shanghai)

Principal Investigator and Research Coordinator: Péter Vámos

Project Title: The Relations between China, the Soviet Union and East Europe in Transition, 1949–1989.

Cooperating Partners: Institute of History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of   Sciences;

Institute of World History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Timescale: Phase 1: 2011–2012; Phase 2: 2013–2014.

Principal Investigators and Research Coordinators: Huang Lifu 黄立茀 and Péter Vámos

WORK EXPERIENCE

1998–present: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of History, Budapest

2002–present: Senior Research Fellow

2001–2002: Research Fellow

1998–2001: Bolyai János Research Fellow

1997–present: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, Budapest

2009–present: Associate Professor, Department of Japanology

2005–2009: Assistant Professor, Department of Japanese Studies

1999–2005: Lecturer, Department of Japanese Studies

1997–1999: Visiting Lecturer, Department of History

2005–2007: King Sigismund College, Budapest, Institute of International and Political Studies, Visiting Lecturer

2003–2006: Corvinus University of Budapest, Institute for International Studies, Visiting Lecturer

2001–2003: Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Department of Ancient History, Visiting Lecturer 

1994–1996: Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Department of Chinese Studies, Visiting Lecturer

1992–1994: Dharma Gate Buddhist University, Budapest, Temporary Lecturer

FIELDS OF RESEARCH

Modern history and foreign relations of China

China and the Soviet bloc

Sino–Hungarian relations

History of Christianity in China

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Classical Chinese (1992–2006)

Modern Chinese (since 1994)

Absolutism in Europe – Despotism in China (1997–99)

The Chinese Origins of Japanese Culture (1999–2006)

Ancient Chinese History (since 2001)

East Asia and the Great Powers in the 19-20th Centuries (since 2003)

Introduction to the History of Chinese Civilization (2003–2006)

East Asian Civilizations: China and Japan in the International System (2005–2007)

Introduction to the Methods of East Asian Philologies (since 2006)

Nations of the East (since 2006)

MARITAL STATUS

married (1999), 4 children

List of Publications

Books

Két kultúra ölelésében. Magyar jezsuiták a Távol-Keleten. (Embracing Two Cultures. Hungarian Jesuits in the Far East) Anima Una Könyvek/12. Budapest: Korda, 1997. pp. 341

Magyar jezsuita misszió Kínában. (Hungarian Jesuit Mission in China.) Kőrösi Csoma Kiskönyvtár/26. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 2003. pp. 391

Kína mellettünk? Kínai külügyi iratok Magyarországról, 1956. (Is China with Us? Chinese diplomatic records on Hungary, 1956.). Budapest: MTA Történettudományi Intézete, 2008. pp. 380

Edited Books

Bevégeztetett. Koch István naplója a magyar jezsuiták kínai missziójának pusztulásáról. (The Diary of István Koch on the Destruction of the Hungarian Jesuit Mission in China). edited, foreword and notes written by: Péter Vámos. Budapest: Terebess, 1999. pp. 175

A Paokingi Apostoli Prefektúra rövid története – Historia brevis Praefecturae Apostolicae de Paoking. (Short History of the Apostolic Prefecture of Baoqing). edited and notes written by: Peregrin Kálmán OFM and Péter Vámos, Hungarian translation of the Latin text proofread by Hedvig Deák OP and Péter Vámos. Budapest, Kapisztrán Szt. János Ferences Rendtartomány, 2005. pp. 428

Polonyi, Péter: Múlt a jövőben. Írások Kínáról. (Past in the Future. Writings on China.) edited, foreword and notes written by Péter Vámos. Budapest: MTA Történettudományi Intézete, 2007. pp. 415

新史料·新发现:中国与苏联东欧国家关系. [New Archives, New Findings: the Relationships between China, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.] 黄立 Huang Lifu – 王俊逸 Vámos Péter – 李锐 Li Rui (eds.), 北京,社会科学出版社, 2014. (Beijing: Shehui kexue chubanshe, 2014). pp. 23+478

Working papers

Sino-Hungarian Relations and the 1956 Revolution. (Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Cold War International History Project, 2006). Working Paper No. 54. pp. 44 http://www.wilsoncenter.org/publication/sino-hungarian-relations-and-the-1956-revolution

The Interkit Story: A Window into the Final Decades of the Sino-Soviet Relationship. By James Hershberg, Sergey Radchenko, Péter Vámos, and David Wolff (Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Cold War International History Project, 2011). Working Paper No. 63. pp. 152 http://www.wilsoncenter.org/publication/the-interkit-story

Translations from Chinese

A szeretkezés kínai tankönyveiből. (From the Books of the Chinese Art of the Bedchamber) (with Ferenc Tőkei). Történelem és kultúra/16. Budapest: Balassi, 1998. pp. 131

Chinese Foreign Ministry Documents on Hungary, 1956. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Cold War International History Project, 2014, e-Dossier No. 50. http://www.wilsoncenter.org/publication/chinese-foreign-ministry-documents-hungary-1956

Book chapters (English and Chinese)

匈牙利人如何看万里长城 [Xiongyaliren ruhe kan Wanli Changcheng] (The Great Wall from the Hungarians’ Point of View) in: 中国长城学会Zhongguo Changcheng Xuehui (ed.) 长城国际学术研讨会论文集 [Changcheng guoji xueshu yantaohui lunwenji] (Proceedings of the International Academic Symposium on the Great Wall) (Jilin: Jilin Renmin Chubanshe, 1995), 92–96.

“Hungarian Missionaries in China.” in: Uhalley, Stephen Jr. – Wu, Xiaoxin (eds.), China and Christianity. Burdened Past, Hopeful Future (Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe, 2000), 217–232.

“The Hungarian Franciscan Mission in China.” in: Golvers, Noel – Lievens, Sara (eds.), A Lifelong dedication to the China Mission. Essays presented in honor of Father Jeroom Heyndrickx, CICM, on the occasion of his 75th birthday and the 25th anniversary of the F. Verbiest Institute K.U. Leuven. (Leuven Chinese Studies, XVII, Leuven, 2007). 619–642.

“Much Listening, Little speaking: Chinese Foreign Ministry Documents on the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, 23 October – 4 November 1956.” (Excerpt) in: Inside China’s Cold War. Cold War International History Project Bulletin, Issue 16, Fall 2007/Winter 2008, 338–340.  http://www.wilsoncenter.org/topics/pubs/CWIHPBulletin16_p3.pdf

“’With the Chinese, for the Chinese’: The Hungarian Jesuit Mission in Puzi, Taiwan.” in: Rachel Yu Lan – Philip Vanhaelemeersch (eds.) Silent Force: Native Converts in the Catholic China Mission. (Leuven Chinese Studies XX, Leuven, 2009). 437–458.

“’Only a Handshake but no Embrace:’ Sino-Soviet Normalization in the 1980s.” in: Bernstein, Thomas P. – Li, Hua-yu (eds.), China Learns from the Soviet Union, 1949-present (The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series, Rowman and Littlefield, 2009). 79–104.

中苏关系正常化过程中的中国与东中欧关系” (ZhongSu guanxi zhengchanghua guochengzhong de Zhongguo yu DongZhongOu guanxi) (Relations between China and East Central Europe during Sino-Soviet normalization) in: 沈志华 Shen Zhihua – 李滨 Douglas A. Stiffler (eds.): 脆弱的联盟:冷战与中苏关系 (Cuiruo de lianmeng: lengzhan yu ZhongSu guanxi) (Fragile Alliance: The Cold War and Sino-Soviet Relations) (Beijing: Shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe, 2010). 482–506.

冷战后半阶段中匈关系的架构 (Lengzhan houban jieduan ZhongXiong guanxi de jiagou) (The Framework of Sino-Hungarian Relations in the second half of the Cold War), in: 黄立茀 Huang Lifu – Vámos Péter – 李锐 Li Rui (eds.), 新史料·新发现:中国与苏联东欧国家关系. (New Archives, New Views: the Relations between China, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.) 北京,社会科学出版社, 2014. (Beijing: Shehui kexue chubanshe, 2014). 238–256.

前言 (Foreword) by黄立茀 (Huang Lifu) and 王俊逸 (Vámos Péter), in: 黄立茀 Huang Lifu – Vámos Péter – 李锐 Li Rui (eds.), 新史料·新发现:中国与苏联东欧国家关系. (New Archives, New Views: the Relations between China, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.) 北京,社会科学出版社, 2014. (Beijing: Shehui kexue chubanshe, 2014). 1–23.

The Tiananmen Square “Incident” in China and the East Central European Revolutions. in: Wolfgang Mueller, Michael Gehler, Arnold Suppan (eds.), The Revolutions of 1989. A Handbook. (Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Aademie der Wissenschaften, 2015). 93–111.

Journal articles (English and Chinese)

Home Afar: The Life of Central European Jewish Refugees in Shanghai During WWII., in: Pacific Rim Report No. 23., November, 2001, pp. 8 http://usf.usfca.edu/pac_rim/new/research/pacrimreport/pacrimreport23.html  

“’Home Afar’: The Life of Central European Jewish Refugees in Shanghai during World War II.” in: Acta Orientalia (Hung.) Volume 57. (1) (2004), 55–70.

“1956–1966 年匈中关系的变化——来自匈牙利档案馆的有关材料” (1956–1966 nian XiongZhong guanxi de bianhua – lai zi Xiongyali dang’anguan de youguan cailiao) (Hungarian Documents on Sino-Hungarian relations, 1956–1966), in:冷战国际史研究 Lengzhan Guojishi Yanjiu (Cold War International History Studies), Vol. 8, 2009. 381–407.

对华国际真相: 揭开中苏关系最后阶段的史实” (DuiHua guoji zhenxiang: jiekai ZhongSu guanxi zuihou jieduan de shishi) (The Interkit Story: A Window into the Final Decades of the Sino-Soviet Relationship. By James Hershberg, Sergey Radchenko, Péter Vámos, and David Wolff) in:冷战国际史研究 Lengzhan Guojishi Yanjiu (Cold War International History Studies), Vol. 12, 2012. 1–31.

苏联集团国家有关中国和对华国际文件节选” (Sulianjituan guojia youguan Zhongguo he DuiHuaguoji wenjian jiexuan) (Selected Translated  Soviet Bloc Documents on China and Interkit, 1966–1987) by James Hershberg, Sergey Radchenko, Péter Vámos, and David Wolff. 冷战国际史研究 Lengzhan Guojishi Yanjiu (Cold War International History Studies), Vol. 12, 2012. 283–365.

从和解到疏远:1980年代后期的中国与东欧国家关系” (Cong hejie dao shuyuan: 1980 niandai houqi de Zhongguo yu DongOu guojia guanxi) (From Reconciliation to Estrangement: Relations between China and East Central Europe in the late 1980s) in: 冷战国际史研究 Lengzhan Guojishi Yanjiu (Cold War International History Studies), Vol. 13, Summer 2012. 27–55.

对华国际真相: 揭开中苏关系最后阶段的史实” (DuiHua guoji zhenxiang: jiekai ZhongSu guanxi zuihou jieduan de shishi) (The Interkit Story: A Window into the Final Decades of the Sino-Soviet Relationship. By James Hershberg, Sergey Radchenko, Péter Vámos, and David Wolff) in:冷战国际史研究 Lengzhan Guojishi Yanjiu (Cold War International History Studies), Vol. 12, 2012. 1–31.

苏联集团国家有关中国和对华国际文件节选” (Sulianjituan guojia youguan Zhongguo he DuiHuaguoji wenjian jiexuan) (Selected Translated  Soviet Bloc Documents on China and Interkit, 1966–1987) by James Hershberg, Sergey Radchenko, Péter Vámos, and David Wolff. 冷战国际史研究 Lengzhan Guojishi Yanjiu (Cold War International History Studies), Vol. 12, 2012. 283–365.

从和解到疏远:1980年代后期的中国与东欧国家关系” (Cong hejie dao shuyuan: 1980 niandai houqi de Zhongguo yu DongOu guojia guanxi) (From Reconciliation to Estrangement: Relations between China and East Central Europe in the late 1980s) in: 冷战国际史研究 Lengzhan Guojishi Yanjiu (Cold War International History Studies), Vol. 13, Summer 2012. 27–55.

黄立茀、王俊逸 (Vámos Péter): “兄弟、对手、伙伴. 新史料·新发现:中国与苏联东欧国家关系国际研讨会文集前言” (Brothers, Enemies, Partners: Foreword to the Proceedings of the International Conference: New Archives, New Findings: the Relationships between China, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. in: 冷战国际史研究 Lengzhan Guojishi Yanjiu (Cold War International History Studies), Vol. 17, Summer 2014. 153 –175.

Book chapters (Hungarian)

“A kommunista valláspolitika és a katolikus misszionáriusok helyzetének alakulása Kínában az 1940–50-es években.” (Communist Religious Policy and Catholic Missionaries in China during the 1940–1950s) in: Hamar, I. (ed.) Sinológiai műhely I.: Mítoszok és vallások Kínában (Budapest: Balassi, 2000), 161–175.

“Jezsuita misszionáriusok Kínában a 16–17. században.” (Jesuit Missionaries in China during the 16–17th Centuries), in: Szabó, L. – Ölbei, T. – Wilhelm, Z. (eds.) Anyaországok és (volt) gyarmataik 1. (Pécs: Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Afrika – Amerika – Ázsia Universitas Munkacsoport, 2002), 401–419.

“Nemzet és azonosságtudat. Megjegyzések a kínai külpolitika értelmezéséhez.” (Nation and Identity. Notes to the interpretation of Chinese foreign policy), in: N. Rózsa, Erzsébet (ed.): Nemzeti identitás és külpolitika a Közel-Keleten és Kelet-Ázsiában (National Identity and Foreign Policy in the Middle East and East Asia) (Budapest: Teleki László Alapítvány, 2005), 213–243.

“A paokingi misszió működésének politikai és gazdasági háttere.” (Political and Economic Background of the activities of the Baoqing Mission) in: A Paokingi Apostoli Prefektúra rövid története (Budapest, Kapisztrán Ferences Rendtartomány, 2005), 35–53.

“A magyar jezsuiták kínai missziója.” („The China Mission of the Hungarian Jesuits”) in: Szilágyi, Csaba (ed.), A magyar jezsuiták küldetése a kezdetektől napjainkig. (The Mission of Hungarian Jesuits from the Beginnings to the Present) (Piliscsaba: Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem, 2006), 225–239.

“Kína.” (China) in: Békés, Csaba (ed.), Evolúció és revolúció. Magyarország és a nemzetközi politika 1956-ban. (Evolution and Revolution. Hungary and International Politics in 1956) (Budapest: 1956-os Intézet–Gondolat, 2006). 111–154.

“A magyar forradalom szerepe a Kínai Kommunista Párt politikájában.” (The Role of the Hungarian Revolution in the Policy of the Communist Party of China) in: Rainer, M. János – Somlai, Katalin (szerk.), 1956-os Intézet – Évkönyv 2006–2007. (Budapest: 1956-os Intézet, 2007), 154–176.

“A társadalmi, etnikai, vallási feszültségek és a korrupció kezelése Kínában.” (The handling of social, ethnic and religious tensions and corruption in China) in: Inotai, A. – Juhász, O. (eds.): Stratégiai kutatások: A változó Kína – I. Kína politikai, társadalmi fejlődésének jelene és jövője. (Strategic Research: The Changing China – I. The present and future of China’s political and social development) (Budapest: Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Világgazdasági Kutatóintézet – Miniszterelnöki Hivatal, 2009), 32–84.

“’Mi történt a kínaiakkal?’ Magyar–kínai kapcsolatok, 1956–1966.” (’What happened to the Chinese?’ – Hungarian–Chinese Relations, 1956–1966) in: Kínai történelem és kultúra. Tanulányok Ecsedy Ildikó emlékére. (Chinese History and Culture. Studies in memory of Ildikó Ecsedy) Eds: Hamar I. – Salát G. (Budapest: Balassi, 2009). 215–241.

“A támingi misszió.” (The Daming Mission”) in: Molnár A. – Szilágyi Cs. (szerk.): Múlt és jövő. A magyar jezsuiták száz éve (1909–2009) és ami abból következik. (Past and Future. One Hundred Years of Hungarian Jesuits (1909–2009) and what derives from that) (Budapest: METEM, 2010).

“A civil szervezetek helyzete Kínában.” (The Situation of NGOs in China”) in: Inotai A. – Juhász O. (szerk.): Stratégiai kutatások: Kína és a válság – I. Kína a globális válság első szakaszában. (Strategic Research. China and the Crisis – I. China in the First Phase of Global Crisis) (Budapest: Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Világgazdasági Kutatóintézet – Miniszterelnöki Hivatal, 2010), 155–176.

“A civil szervezetek helyzete Kínában.” (The Situation of NGOs in China”) in: Patsch Ferenc SJ (szerk.): Misszió, globalizáció, etika. Matteo Ricci szellemi öröksége. (Budapest: JTMR Faludi Ferenc Akadémia – L’Harmattan Kiadó, 2011). 155–174.

Journal Articles (Hungarian)

“Az egészségmegőrzés kínai tudománya: a csikung I.” (The Chinese Art of Preserving Health: Qigong I.) in: Keletkutatás, 1995/Autumn, 9–22.

“Az egészségmegőrzés kínai tudománya: a csikung II.” (The Chinese Art of Preserving Health: Qigong II.) in: Keletkutatás, 1996/Spring, 5–17.

“Magyar jezsuiták Kínában.” (Hungarian Jesuits in China), in: Korunk, 1998/8, 110–117. http://www.hhrf.org/korunk/9808/8k23.htm

“Kínai zsidók – zsidók Kínában.” (Chinese Jews – Jews in China), in: Remény,  1999/March–April, 101–108.

“Kína katolikusai az ezredvégen.” (China’s Catholics at the End of the Millennium),  in: Távlatok 46, 1999/4, 561–572.

“A kínai Manhattan: Pudong.” (The Chinese Manhattan: Pudong), in: História 2001/3, 27–28. http://www.historia.hu/archivum/2001/0103vamos.htm

“Kína és Magyarország, 1959.” (China and Hungary, 1959) (together with Lóránt Sárdy) in: História 2003/5–6, 47–49. http://www.historia.hu/archivum/2003/030506vamosp.htm

“Együttműködő ellenfelek. Az Egyesült Államok Kína-politikája.” (Cooperating  adversaries. The China-policy of the United States. in: Külügyi Szemle (Foreign Policy Review) 2003/4, 88–116. (Résumé in English, French and German)

“Magyar misszionáriusok Kínában. A magyar külmissziós mozgalom belpolitikai háttere az 1920–1930-as években.” (Hungarian Missionaries in China. The domestic political background of the foreign missionary movement in Hungary in the 1920s and 1930s), in: Vigilia 2004/7, 523–530.

“EU–Kína kapcsolatok: a fegyverembargó vége?” (EU-China Relations: End of the Arms Embargo?) in: Külügyi Szemle (Foreign Policy Review), 2005/1–2, 181–196.

“Távoli menedék. Közép- és kelet-európai zsidó menekültek Sanghajban a második világháború idején.” („Home Afar: Central and Eastern European Jewish Refugees in Shanghai During World War II”) in: Világtörténet 2005/Autumn–Winter, 72–85.

“A kínai nagyhatalom születése. A kínai külpolitika változásai, 1949–2005.” (The Birth of China as a Great Power. The Changes in Chinese Foreign Policy, 1949–2005”) in: História 2006/1, 16–19. http://www.historia.hu/archivum/2006/0601vamos.htm

“Tajvan: Önálló ország vagy szakadár tartomány?” (Taiwan: Independent State or Renegade Province?”) in: Külügyi Szemle (Foreign Policy Review), 2006/1–2, 71–87.

“Az SZKP XX. kongresszusának hatása a magyar–kínai kapcsolatokra.” („The Impact of the 20th Congress of the CPSU on Sino-Hungarian Relations”) in: Múltunk 2006/2, 235–256. http://www.polhist.hu/regi/multunk/letoltes/vamosp.pdf

“Beteg a sárkány? Kína belső gondjai és a megoldási kísérletek.” (Is the Dragon Sick? China’s Domestic Problems and the Attempts for Their Solution) in: Eszmélet/71 (2006/Fall), 94–108.  http://www.eszmelet.hu/index2.php?act=period&lang=HU&item=256&auth=V%C3%A1mos%20P%C3%A9ter:%20&info=Eszm%C3%A9let%20foly%C3%B3irat,%2071.%20sz%C3%A1m%20%282006.%20%C5%91sz%29

“Sok figyelés, kevés beszéd. Kínai külügyi iratok, 1956. október 23.–november 4.” (Much Listening, Little Speaking. Chinese Diplomatic Records, October 23 – November 4, 1956), in: Történelmi Szemle 2006/3–4, 359–387.

“Nyitás a kínai külügyminisztérium levéltárában.” (Opening in the Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PRC) in: Levéltári Közlemények, 77. 2006/2, 223–228.

“A magyar forradalom és Kína.” (The Hungarian Revolution and China) in: História 2006/10, 29–31. http://www.historia.hu/archivum/2006/0610_13.htm

“’Csak kézfogás van, ölelés nincs’ – A kínai–szovjet kapcsolatok normalizálása a nyolcvanas években.” (’Only a Handshake but No Embrace’ – The Normalization of Sino-Soviet Relations in the 1980s) in: Külügyi Szemle (Foreign Policy Review), 2007/4, 312–333.

“A sárkány és a fekete arany.” (The Dragon and the Black Gold) in: História 2007/9–10, 46–49.

“Az olajra szomjazó ország.” (The Country Thirsty for Oil) in: História 2007/9–10, 47.

“Tibet a világpolitikában.” (Tibet in World Politics) in: História 2008/3, 11–14.

“Az önálló magyar jezsuita misszió Kínában.” (The Independent Hungarian Jesuit Mission in China) in: Távlatok 82, 2008/karácsony, 25–35.

“’Mi történt a kínaiakkal?’ Magyar–kínai kapcsolatok, 1956–1966.” (’What happened to the Chinese?’ – Hungarian–Chinese Relations, 1956–1966) in: Kül-Világ, 2009/1. 1–25. http://www.kul-vilag.hu/2009/01/vamos.html

“Kína változik. Úgy látszik, nekünk is változtatni kell.” Magyar–kínai kapcsolatok az 1980-as években. (“China is changing. It seems that we must change, too.” Hungarian–Chinese relations in the 1980s.) in: Történelmi Szemle, 2010/1

“Mao utolsó forradalma.” (Mao’s Last Revolution”) in: História, 2011/7, 3–12.

“A magyar modell és Kína.” (The Hungarian Model and China) in: História, 2012/4, 19–24.

“’Következetes, kompromisszumok nélküli harcot folytatunk a maoizmus ellen’. Egyeztetett Kína-kutatás és a magyar sinológia.” (‘We are waging a consistent, uncompromising struggle against Maoism’: Coordinated research on modern China and Hungarian Sinology) in: Világtörténet, 2013/2-3, 227–258.

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“A magyar modell és Kína.” in: História, 2012/4, 19–24.

“’Következetes, kompromisszumok nélküli harcot folytatunk a maoizmus ellen’. Egyeztetett Kína-kutatás és a magyar sinológia.” in: Világtörténet, 2013/2-3, 227–258.

 

Book Reviews

Gatta, Secondino, Il natural lume de Cinesi. in: Acta Oriantalia (Hung.) vol. 51. (1998), 369–371.

Leslie Donald D., Jews and Judaism in Traditional China. in: Acta Orientalia (Hung.) vol. 52. (1999), 119–120.

Malek, Roman, S.V.D. (ed.), Western Learning and Christianity in China. The Contribution and Impact of Johann Adam Schall von Bell, S. J. (1592–1666). in: Acta Orientalia (Hung.) vol. 53. (2000), 144–146.

Eber, Irene – Wan, Sze-Kar – Walf, Knut (eds.), Bible in Modern China. The Literary and Intellectual Impact. in: Acta Orientalia (Hung.) vol. 53. (2000), 146–147.

Malek, Roman – Zingerle, Arnold (eds.): Martino Martini S. J. (1614–1661) und die Chinamission im 17. Jahrhundert. in: Acta Orientalia (Hung.) vol. 54 (2001), 177–178.

Zetzsche, Jost Oliver, The Bible in China: The History of the Union Version or The Culmination of Protestant Missionary Bible Translation in China. in: Acta Orientalia (Hung.) Volume 56 (2003), 471–473.

Gottfried von Laimbeckhoven SJ (1707–1787) Der Bischof von Nanjing und seine Briefe aus China mit Faksimile seiner Reisebeschreibung. Transkribiert und bearbeitet von Stephan Puhl (1941–1997), und Sigismund Freiherr von Elverfeldt-Ulm unter Mitwirkung von Gerhard Zeilinger. Zum Druck vorbereitet und herausgegeben von Roman Malek SVD. in: Acta Orientalia (Hung.) Volume 56 (2003), 470–471.

Ristaino, Marcia Reynders, Port of Last Resort. The Diaspora Communities of Shanghai (book review) in: Holocaust and Genocide Studies (Oxford University Press) Volume 18, Issue 1. Spring 2004, 115–118. http://hgs.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/18/1/115

Möller, Kay, Die Auβenpolitik der Volksrepublik China 1949–2004. Eine Einführung. in: Külügyi Szemle (Foreign Policy Review), 2005/1–2, 269–273. (in Hungarian)

Lehner, Georg – Lehner, Monika, Österreich-Ungarn und der „Boxeraufstand” in China. in: Századok 2006/1, 251–254. (in Hungarian)

Karl Gützlaff (1803–1851) und das Christentum in Ostasien. Ein Missionar zwischen den Kulturen. Herausgegeben von Thoralf Klein und Reinhard Zöllner. in: Acta Orientalia (Hung.) Volume 59 (3) (2006), 381–384.

Lüthi, Lorenz M., The Sino-Soviet Split. in: Világtörténet, 2009/Fall–Winter, 84–89.

Shambaugh, David, China’s Communist Party. in: Külügyi Szemle, 2009/2, 218–223.

Az Európai Unió és Kína kapcsolatai. (EU–China Relations) Review article of Stanley Crossick – Etienne Reuter (eds.): China-EU: A Common Future. (Singapore: World Scientific, 2007); David Shambaugh – Eberhard Sandschneider – Zhou Hong (szerk.): China-Europe Relations: Perceptions, policies and prospects. (London and New York: Routledge, 2008); John Fox – Francois Godement: A Power Audit of EU-China Relations. Policy Report. (European Council on Foreign Relations. April, 2009.) in: Külügyi Szemle, 2009/2, 223–235.

Lüthi, Lorenz M., The Sino-Soviet Split. in: Journal of Cold War Studies, 2010/1, Winter, 133–143.

Machcewicz, Paweł, Rebellious Satellite: Poland 1956. H-Diplo, H-Net Reviews. June, 2013. URL: http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=26106

 

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Zhu Dandan, 1956: Mao’s China and the Hungarian Crisis, in The China Quarterly, June 2014 (No. 218) 576–578.

Encyclopedia entries

Magyar Nagylexikon (Hungarian Encyclopedia), 96 entries related to East Asian history and oriental studies)

Britannica Hungarica, László Ladányi entry

Magyar Katolikus Lexikon (Hungarian Catholic Encyclopedia), Hungarian Jesuit mission in Taiwan, Hungarian Jesuit Mission in China entries

Organization of Conferences

China and the Communist World in the Second Half of the Cold War:

New East-Central European Evidence on Interkit” and the Sino-Soviet Split, 1967-1986. A Documentation Workshop. Institute of History, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, February 26–28, 2010.

‘Interkit’: An International Against China? Policy Coordination and National Interests in the Soviet Bloc in the Second Half of the Cold War. International Conference, FRIAS School of History, Freiburg, May 12–13, 2011.

New Archives, New Views: The Relations between China, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe” International Conference, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, October 18–19, 2012.

Major public lectures In Chinese

The Great Wall of China – from the Hungarians’ Point of View. International Academic Symposium on the Great Wall. Beijing, September 23–25, 1994.

The Eastern Roots of Hungarians.  Minzu Daxue (University of the Nationalities) Beijing, December 9, 1998.

The problems of the Hungarian Systemic Change.  Beijing Normal University, May 18, 1999. 

The 1956 Hungarian Events and China.  Institute of Party History of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, Beijing, July 27, 2004.

The 1956 Hungarian Revolution and the 1968 Prague Spring – a Comparison.  East China Normal University, Department of History, Shanghai, November 22, 2007.

The State of Cold War Studies in Hungary.  Workshop: Inter-Communist States relations in the Cold War Era. East China Normal University, Cold War Research Center, Shanghai, November 21–22, 2007.

Hungary and the World in the 20th Century and Beyond. Peking University, School of International Studies, April 28, 2010.

Hungary in the 20th Century.  Beijing Language and Cultural Center for Diplomatic Missions, October 16, 2012.

How does the EU deal with China? The Path of China – Dialogue between Chinese and Foreign Scholars, China Institute of CPC Literature Research, Beijing, October 19, 2012.

In English

The Hungarian Jesuit Mission in Daming, Hebei Province.  XXXVth ICANAS, Budapest, July 10, 1997.

Hungarian Missionaries in China.  China and Christianity: Burdened Past, Hopeful Future. International Conference, University of San Francisco, October 14–16, 1999.

The Chinese Communist Party’s Policy and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. XXXVIth ICANAS, Montréal, August 27–September 2, 2000.

Central and Eastern European Jewish Refugees in Shanghai, 1938–1948. Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C., March 21, 2001.

Home Afar: The Life of Jewish Communities in Shanghai during WWII. University of San Francisco, April 25, 2001.

The Chinese Communist Party’s Policy and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Conference: New Central and Eastern European Evidence on the Cold War in Asia, Budapest, October 30–November 2, 2003.

Hungarian Documents on Hungarian-Chinese Relations, 1956–1966.  Conference: New Central and Eastern European Evidence on the Cold War in Asia, Budapest, October 30–November 2, 2003.

With the Chinese, for the Chinese – The Hungarian Jesuit Mission in Puzi, Taiwan.  8th International Symposium of the Verbiest Foundation, Leuven, August 31–September 3, 2004.

The Rise of China, 1953–1957.  The 1956 Hungarian Revolution in World Politics. International Conference of the Institute of History the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Europa Institut Budapest. Budapest, September 7, 2006.

The Influence of the Hungarian Revolution on the CCP’s policy in the second half of the 1950s.  The 1956 Hungarian Revolution and the Soviet Bloc Countries: Reactions and Repercussions. An international conference organized by the Institute for the History of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and the Historical Archives of the Hungarian State Security. Budapest, September 22–23, 2006.

China and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. 1956 in Hungary and Finland: 9th Hungarian–Finnish Seminar, University of Turku, Institute of Political History, November 12–15, 2006.

China and the eventful autumn of 1956.  Institut für Sinologie, Universität Heidelberg, December 13, 2006.

China and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.  Seminar für Sinologie und Koreanistik, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen,  December 18, 2006.

A Decade of Negotiations. Sino-Soviet Normalization in the 1980s.  Conference: Soviet Impact on China: Politics, Economy, Society and Culture. Columbia University, New York, June 22–23, 2007.

East-Central Europe and the process of Sino-Soviet normalization in the 1980s. International Conference: East-Central Europe in the Cold War. Warsaw, 16–18 October 2008.

Sino-East Central European Relations during the 1980s.  Cold War and Sino-Soviet Relations: Diplomatic, Economic, and Cultural Interactions, East China Normal University, Shanghai, January 5–7, 2009.

China’s Relations with East-Central European Soviet bloc countries, 1966-1976. International Conference: China and the World in Mao’s Last Decade, 1966-1976. University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, January 9–10, 2009.

Jewish Refugees in Shanghai, 1938–1948. 20 Years. The Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund in Hungary, 1989–2009. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, May 20, 2009.

China, the Democracy Movement and the Tiananmen Square Massacre. International Conference: The Revolutions of 1989. ÖAW – Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, October 1–3, 2009.

The Rise and Demise of a “Reform Community”: the Role of Tiananmen and the Systemic Change in Sino-Hungarian Relations. Nexus Years in the Cold War. McGill University, Montreal, October 16–17, 2009.

The Soviet Union and the Communist Bloc in 1956. Roundtable discussion with Charles Gati, James Hershberg (moderator), W. Gluchowski, Chen Jian, Mark Kramer, Lorenz Lüthi, Péter Vámos. American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 41st National Convention, Boston MA, November 12–15, 2009.

Sino-Hungarian Cooperation in Pursuit of Economic Reforms. Harvard University, Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. Cambridge (Mass.), November 16, 2009.

Interkit and Hungarian Sinology. China and the Communist World in the Second Half of the Cold War:

New East-Central European Evidence on Interkit” and the Sino-Soviet Split, 1967-1986. A Documentation Workshop. Institute of History, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, February 26–28, 2010.

How shall we deal with China? Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies, November 24, 2010.

East Central Europe and China in 1956. Lehrstuhl für Neuere und Osteuropäische Geschichte, University of Freiburg, February 1, 2011.

“We Are Waging a Consistent, Uncompromising Struggle Against Maoism”:  Coordinated Research on Modern China in the Soviet Bloc – a Hungarian Perspective.  ‘Interkit’: An International Against China? Policy Coordination and National Interests in the Soviet Bloc in the Second Half of the Cold War. International Conference, FRIAS School of History, Freiburg, May 12–13, 2011.

The Sino-Soviet Split and its impact on the relationship between China and Eastern Europe. The Rise of a Multipolar World: Sino-European Relations in the Last Decades of the Cold War (1960s-1980s.) Palermo (Italy), June 29 – July 1, 2012.

Sino-Hungarian relations under Soviet control in the second half of the Cold War. New Archives, New Views: The Relations between China, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe – International Conference, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, October 18–19, 2012.

Jewish Refugees, Paul Komor and the International Committee. Workshop on Paul Komor and the Jewish Refugees in Shanghai, Shanghai, January 9, 2013.

The Effects of the Cultural Revolution in China on Moscow’s Policies toward the Soviet Bloc, 1965–1989. Roundtable discussion with James G. Hershberg, Sergey Radchenko, David Wolff, Bernd Schaefer, Péter Vámos. American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 45th National Convention, Boston MA, November 21–24, 2013.

Hungarian reform communism as model for China’s modernization? Inviting Europe to Reform China? – Socialism, Capitalism and Sino-European Relations in the Deng Xiaoping Era, 1978–1992. University of Cambridge, December 13, 2013.

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Sino-Hungarian Relations, 1966-1976. Same Dreams, Different Beds: Sino-European Relations and the Transformation of the Cold War. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C., June 13, 2014

China and the Eastern Bloc in the Global South. Alternative Encounters: The ‘Second World’ and the ‘Global South’, 1945-1991. Imre Kertész Kolleg, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, November 3-4, 2014

In Hungarian

1956 and China. Institute of History, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, March 2, 2004.

National Identity and Foreign Policy in China. Teleki László Institute, Budapest, March 11, 2004.

Hungarian Jesuit Mission in China. Conference: The Mission of Hungarian Jesuits from the Beginning to the Present, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Piliscsaba, November 8–10, 2004.

Jewish Refugees in Shanghai.  Meeting of Magyary Zoltán and OTKA Postdoctoral Fellows, Debrecen, November 11–12, 2004.

China: from Empire to Nation-State?  Tőkei Ferenc Society, Budapest, December 2, 2004. 

China’s Foreign Policy, EU-China Relations. Office of National Security, Hungary, October 4, 2005.

History of the Chinese Mission of Hungarian Jesuits in the 20th Century.  Society of Christian Intellectuals, Tamási, October 5, 2005.

The Impact of the 20th Congress of the CPSU on Sino-Hungarian Relations.  Conference at the Institute of Political History, Budapest, February 23, 2006.

From Empire to Nation State. China’s place in the International System. (in Hungarian and English)  Habilitation lecture. Budapest, ELTE, March 23, 2007.

How Stable is the Chinese System? After the Olympics – which road to take, China? ELTE Confucius Institute, December 6, 2008.

Thirty Years of Political Reforms in China.  Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, December 10, 2008.

The International Frameworks of Sino-Hungarian relations, 1949–1989.  Institute of History, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, April 28, 2009.

Jews in China.  Hungarian-Chinese Friendship Society, Budapest, May 28, 2009.

China in 1989. The Year 1989. International Conference, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, October 20, 2009.

Civil Society, NGOs and the Church in the PRC  Mission – Globalization – Ethics: The Spiritual legacy of Matteo Ricci SJ International Conference. Sapientia College of Theology of Religious Orders, Budapest, May 17–18, 2010.

Sino-Hungarian Relations in the 1960s–1970s. Hungarian Foreign Policy in the 1960s and 1970s. Conference at the Institute of Political History. Budapest, October 28, 2010.

Hungary and China. Hungary as seen from China. Pallas Lodge, Budapest, October 10, 2011.

China Today and in the Near Future.  Folk High School, Enese, January 6, 2012.

The International Context of Sino-Hungarian Relations. Kőrösi Csoma Society, Budapest, February 21, 2012.

The International Context of Sino-Hungarian Relations, 1949–1989.Hungarian-Chinese Friendship Society, Budapest, April 17, 2012.

The Unveiling of the Dragon – The Real Face of China (roundtable discussion) Symposium, St. Ignatius Jesuit College, Budapest, November 23, 2012.

 

 

Vámos, Péter, CSc (1969)

            Senior Research Fellow, Institute of History, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

            Associate Professor, Károli Gáspár University, Budapest

            Mailing Address: 1014 Budapest, Országház u. 30. Hungary

            Tel: +36 1 2246700/651

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