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Géza Buzinkay, Hungarian historian. Recipient J. Pulitzer Commemorative prize, 1995. Member International Council Museum, Association Hungarian Journalists.


Buzinkay, Géza was born on June 21, 1941 in Budapest, Hungary. Son of György and Katalin (Ney) Buzinkay.


Master of Arts, Budapest University, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy, Budapest University, 1973. Postgraduate, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1983.


Library., head department Semmelweis Museum for History of Medicine, Budapest, Hungary, 1969—1977. From editor to senior editor Corvina Public House, 1977—1989. Research fellow Institute of History, 1990-1991.

Director Budapest History Museum, 1992—1995, senior curator, 1996—2000, senior research consultant, 2002—2004. Professor media studies K. Eszterhazy College, Eger, since 2004. Lecturer history of journalism Budapest University, since 1994.


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    • Author: History of Hungarian Comic Journals, 1983. Co-author: History of the Hungarian Press, 1985, 94. A Short History of the Hungarian Press, 1993, The Budapest History Museum, 1995, An Illustrated History of Budapest, 1998, School in the Knight's Castle.

      The 150 Year History of the F. Toldy High School in Budapest, Politische Öffentlichkeit und Zivilgesellschaft. Die Habsburgermonarchie 1848-1918, volunteer VIII/2, 2006. Editor (quarterly) Communicationes de Historia Artis Medicinae, 1972-1988.

      Editor-in-chief Magyar Média, 2000-2002.


Member International Council Museum, Association Hungarian Journalists.


Married Krisztina Rozsnyai. 1 child, György Ferenc.

György Buzinkay

Katalin (Ney) Buzinkay

Krisztina Rozsnyai

György Ferenc Buzinkay