At the beginning of January I found an interesting conference. Though I was a bit late submitting an application to be a speaker, I tried my luck. It turned out to be one of the best decisions of my PhD journey.
I am just a few days away from my Probation Review. All of my paperwork is in order, everything has been submitted on time. I am still working on the literary review. Though I have now curated an exhibition, I still feel that my non-museology background proves to be a disadvantage. But I read, I […]
If anyone from the University of Leicester is in Budapest on 3 June and interested in the history of cars, I’d be happy if (s)he could join us at the Museum of Trade and Hospitality. My first ever exhibition will be opened there.
For some reasons Hungarian tend to call a pea and corn salad with a mayonnaise dressing “French salad”. It can also be made from leftovers. I bet French people will be outraged to hear that this one is labelled as French. Today, I am going to serve you a “French salad” – short snippets on […]
It has been a very action packed few weeks. Unfortunately the blog had to take a back seat, but now I am back with some nice stories to tell. My last blog entry was written at the end of August. I was super-excited then about a new exhibition at the Hungarian Postal Museum which was […]