Here is a short recommenfatory of the 2020/4 iASK newsletter
It is a great honour to publish a volume of academic essays to celebrate György Schöpflin’s contribution to our intellectual wellbeing (using the date of his birthday is simply a pretext).
Prof. Iván Bába received a prestigious Hungarian State Award from János Áder, the President of the Hungarian Republic
His main field of research addresses the collapse of communism and regime change in Hungary and Central Europe.
Ernő Pungor Award was given to Ferenc Miszlivetz (director of iASK) by László Majthényi the chair of Vas County’s General Assembly.
The experts did not paint a rosy picture – Trends in protection of national and language minorities in Europe
Listing one of the greatest achievements of the last twenty years has been ‘that in many of the states. we have managed to make them realize that they are a multilingual society; in many countries, people were just not aware that there are also citizens…who use different languages, and that these different languages don’t have a lesser value just because the number of speakers is smaller.
Academic book launch and roundtable discussion by iASK at the Library of HAS
Date: 22nd of October 2020. at 4.00 p.m.
Venue: Library and Information Centre of HAS H-1051 Budapest, Arany János str. 1.
The event will be held in Hungarian and partially English!
Programme series of iASK’s online scientific channel in November
THE PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLED!
A new article with the contribution of Zsolt Kosztyán was released in Magyar Tudomány.
Anikó Magasházi: Singapore globally entangled. Institute of Advanced Studies, 2019. 267 p.
The Visegrad Europe journal has several articles from our researchers in issue 3-4./2019.
A new article by György Csepeli was released in Visegrad Europe.