Terra Recognita Foundation –
for a dialogue in Central Europe
Who We Are
Terra Recognita Foundation was established in 2005 by Hungarian researchers, PhD students and NGO activists who were interested in Central European issues and were willing to learn some Central European languages.
Beside academic projects, the foundation is active in dissemination projects
and crossborder cooperation initiatives, having a stable network of
partners throghout the region.
Our primary mission is to launch and conduct Central European cooperation and dialogue projects, embodying in issuing books, co-organizing club events, festivals, contributing to exhibitions and writing in journals.
Our vision is that Central Europe – the large, in-between region between the German-speaking and Russian-speaking world, stretching from the Baltic Sea to the Adriatic Sea – is ought to be not a *terra incognita * unexplored land), but a re-explored land: *terra recognita*. Raising common knowledge and awareness towards each other can improve cooperation not just among CE countries, but between CE and Western Europe.
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Our members are affiliated to various research organisations, while contributing to the work of the foundation.
Expert of Romania and Romanian-Hungarian relations, focusing on it from a historical approach, but being aware of current sociocultural tendencies as well.
Expert of Slovakia and Slovakian-Hungarian relations, focusing on it from a historical approach, but being aware of current sociocultural tendencies as well.