The Institute of History, Esterházy University of Eger organised a conference on 7–8 March 2017, where the early modern and modern aspects of the connections between private and public interests were discussed. Two of our colleagues participated in the event. Lilla Krász gave a presentation about the medical profession in eighteenth-century Hungary in the web of private and public interests, whereas György Kurucz spoke about the unity of private and public interests in the scientific and cultural pursuits of the Festetics family.

The conference programme is available here, more about the press coverage here.