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Bertalan Andrásfalvy

Bertalan Andrásfalvy
Minister of Education of Hungary
In office
23 May 1990 – 22 February 1993
Preceded by Ferenc Glatz
Succeeded by Ferenc Mádl
Personal details
Born (1931-11-17) 17 November 1931 (age 82)
Sopron, Hungary
Political party MDF
Profession ethnographer, politician
The native form of this personal name is Andrásfalvy Bertalan. This article uses the Western name order.

Bertalan Andrásfalvy (born 17 November 1931)[1] is a former Hungarian ethnographer and politician, who served as Minister of Education between 1990 and 1993. He joined to the Hungarian Democratic Forum in 1988. He became member of the National Assembly of Hungary in 1990. József Antall appointed him Minister of Education.[1] He finished the changes requested by the transformation of regime in the Hungarian cultural life. Andrásfalvy left the party in 2005 and joined to the National Forum which founded by Sándor Lezsák who was expelled from the MDF.[1]

He lived in Pécs from 1960 to the 1990s when moved to Hosszúhetény. He was a teacher in the Janus Pannonius University.[1]

Selected publications

  • Sárközi hímzések (Bp., 1963)
  • A sárköziek gazdálkodása a XVIII. és XIX. században (Pécs, 1965)
  • A Sárköz népművészete (alongside Kálmán Vadóc, Bp., 1967)
  • A Sárköz ősi ártéri gazdálkodása (Bp., 1973)
  • A Duna mente népének ártéri gazdálkodása Tolna és Baranya megyében az ármentesítés befejezéséig (1975)[1]
  • A népművészet tegnap és ma (alongside Tamás Hofer, 1976)
  • Bibó-emlékkönyv (társszerző, 1980)[1]
  • Magyar néptánchagyományok (társszerző, Bp., 1980)
  • Mintagyűjtemény Tolna megye népi hímzéseiből (1981)
  • Néprajzi alapismeretek (Múzsák Közművelődési Kiadó, Budapest, 1982)
  • Sárközi hímzések régen és ma (alongside Julianna Parragh, Bp., 1982)
  • Magyar népismeret (néprajzi történészeknek) (Bp., 1990)
  • Hagyomány és jövendő. Népismereti tanulmányok (2004)
  • A Duna mente népének ártéri gazdálkodása (Ekvilibrium Kft., 2007)


  • Andrásfalvy Bertalan a Mindentudás Egyetem honlapján
Political offices
Preceded by
Ferenc Glatz
Minister of Education
Succeeded by
Ferenc Mádl

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