Victor Karady: “Changing Educational Commitment and Strategies of Noblemen in Late Feudal Hungary (cc. 1760-1848)”

Who studied at the universities of the Habsburg Empire, the German Länder and at the only local University, that of Nagyszombat (transferred to Buda in 1770)? How did the profile of the sons of noblemen differ from those of the commoners? Victor Karady explores these questions under three major problem areas: The intensity of the formal-institutional educational investment, the choices of academic premises and the various collective characteristics of the student body.

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