Including lecturers, and cultural programmes
News, articles, publications in the media
Questions during the time of Covid-19 coronavirus – written by Ferenc Miszlivetz – www.diplomacy&trade.com – 2020. március 30.
The fellowship offers access to the resources of iASK to exceptionally talented young researchers so they can work on their proposed topic. The fellowships are open to all academic disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.
The Future of Europe in a Global Context 2019 – iASK Lecture Series
Developments in the EU: Breaking
Lecture by György Schöpflin (former MEP)
Date: 02 December 2019, Monday, 4 p.m.
Venue: Zwinger Old-Tower Kőszeg H-9730 Chernel St. 16.
The event was streamed on the Facebook page of iASK (https://www.facebook.com/iask.hungary).
The Hungarian County Daily Newspaper Vas Népe’s article is available only in Hungarian!
Negotiating Identity: Micro Politics of Mixing Apples and Pears in the High School of Jajce, Written by Igor Stipic (iASK)
This article, combining insights from political anthropology, identity studies and sociology, attempts to reinterpret symbolism of the student struggle by contextualizing its development inside of Jajce and BiH itself.
A new article by Henrietta Trádler was released.
18 economics and business management students and their team leader from Zheijang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages (ZUYFL), in Shaoxing, China visited iASK in the first week of May. Their trip was preceded by a visit of a delegation headed by the ZUYFL vice rector in the fall of 2018. The students had the opportunity…
(Magyar) A Hankiss Elemér-emlékkönyv a 2015-ben elhunyt sokoldalú társadalomtudós születésének 90. évfordulójára jelenik meg.
Act and use iASK’s devices to protect your environment!
More details and “how to apply instructions” on the Enviromind.hu
The Archabbot reflected on the role of Pope Francis and the situation of Christianity today. He drew attention to different historical contexts and addressed how the Church has perceived its role over the course of time.
“Do not debase or destroy existing values through reconstruction! Authenticity is essential. Respective international standards define the lines and conditions of reconstruction.”