27th International Book Festival
iASK will be presenting a series of publications at the 27th International Book Festival in Budapest from September 29th to October 2nd.
Traditionally gathering award-winning poets and writers, the Budapest International Book Festival is famous among book lovers from all over the world. This year’s guest of honour is Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich, who will also receive the Budapest Grand Prize from the Mayor of Budapest.
iASK will be presenting a series of publications at the 27th International Book Festival in Budapest from September 29th to October 2nd. On October 1st, we will be hosting several programs, including book launches and signings as well as roundtable discussions. The event will include presentations in both English and Hungarian. The entrance is FREE.
The event takes place at the elegant campus of Millenáris, ideally positioned in the city centre. iASK will be located in the beautiful Glass Hall (building D, kiosk D38) where you will be able to purchase books. The roundtable discussions will be held at Europe Point.
Saturday, 1. October 2022
11 a.m. at Europe Point, Lecture Room
Microhistories: rural social history and Jewish history in a new way
Book launch of Talking Cities series edited by Mónika Mátay and Edit Balázs’ book, called Pannonian Values: The Jewish Community in Körmend.
Round table discussion with Mónika Mátay, Zoltán Mizsei, Csaba Katona, Edit Balázs, Trádler Henrietta.
2 p.m. at the publisher’s kiosk in building D (kiosk D28)
Ferenc Miszlivetz – István Sümegi – Gábor Szabó – Ildikó Szommer – Erzsébet Tokaji Nagy: Heroic Times– book signing by the authors.
5 p.m. at Europe Point, Lounge
Science and Social Science in the 21st century
Book launch of Dezső Boda: Complexity in Nature and Society: From Dancing Molecules to Collapsing Scocieties and Norbert Kroó: Revolutions in XXIst Century Science and Technology.
Round table discussion with Norbert Kroó, Dezső Boda, Z. Karvalics László.
6. p.m at Europe Point, Lounge
Memory, Memory Politics and Populism in Central-East Europe and the Balkans (in English)
Book launch of Memory Politics and Populism in Southeastern Europe edited by Jody Jensen and Izabella Agárdi’s book, called On the Verge of History: Life Stories of Rural Women from Serbia, Romania, and Hungary, 1920-2020.
Round table discussion with Attila Pók, Jody Jensen, Ivana Stepanovic, Izabella Agárdi, Zsuzsanna Varga.