In 2021, the Archives was expanded with the legacy of two prominent university professors.
Ottó Süpek (1928-1995) was a literary historian, former lecturer and head of the Romanesque Institute , at the heart of his work was the oevre of François Villon. István Szerdahelyi (1924-1987) gained a reputation as an Esperantist and linguist. In 1966 he was commissioned to organize the teaching of Esperanto at the university. The legacies of both eminent scholars are already available in the Archives. A description of the legacies can be found in our repository guide: Ottó Süpek and István Szerdahelyi.
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