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…
Date: 2018. október 29 October 2018 Monday 1.00-5.00 p.m. Venue: Zwinger-Oldtower – Kőszeg H-9730 Chernel st. 16. Please join us for an afternoon workshop that will help develop concepts for a more resilient and sustainable Kőszeg. The goal of the workshop will be to promote a long-term vision for a circular economy in the Kőszeg/Szombathely bioregion. A circular economy is…
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Mónika Mátay (iASK Researcher) held a presentation on the 8th of August at the 51st Savaria Urbanistic Summer University in Szombathely. The aim of the panel titled “Our Past’s Future” was to identify the threats posed to historic city districts and buildings as well as to explore the possibilities of removing them. By presenting…
There are many interlinkages in the everyday duties of the institutions (iASK and Babes-Bolyai University) since a cultural and educational centre operates in Targu Mures.
As part of the series “European Year of Cultural Heritage”, the international conference ‘Heritage and identity’ was organised by the Association of Cultural Heritage Managers (KÖME) in collaboration with the Institute of Advanced Studies (iASK) and the local government of Kőszeg between 23-26 March 2018.
“Do not debase or destroy existing values through reconstruction! Authenticity is essential. Respective international standards define the lines and conditions of reconstruction.”
Cultural heritage is not restricted to borders; it unites cities, regions and countries to create a network of cultural identities.
On behalf of the UNESCO Chair of Kőszeg, Péter Balogh (scientific secretary of iASK) participated in the 25th Anniversary Conference of UNITWIN held in Paris 31st October 2017. Launched in 1992, the UNITWIN/UNESCO Chairs Programme, which involves over 700 institutions in 116 countries
Ferenc Miszlivetz and the Research Group of ISES: Creative Cities and Sustainability. Proposals to achieve the Danube strategy via the example of Western Pannonia. Savaria University Press, 2012. 208 p.