In an interview with Magyar Narancs in the autumn of 2003, Ferenc Miszlivetz, Director General of FTI-iASK, revived his ideas about the necessary integration of higher education and interdisciplinary research
Chapter 19 of a new book, recently published by Routledge, was written by iASK researcher Anikó Magasházi about impacts of the Covid-19.
Interview with Jody Jensen, senior researcher, and Ferenc Miszlivetz, founding director of FTI-iASK
On 20 January 2021 at 15.30 (CET).
Live streaming on the FB-page of iASK: www.facebook.com/iask.hungary
The history of iASK in pictures and numbers.
Advent, Christmas, Kőszeg Strings, Music
Renovation of the long-abandoned synagogue in Kőszeg, has finally begun thanks to the Creative City Sustainable Region Project by iASK
Work on the synagogue is expected to be completed by the second half of 2021, while the Rabbi’s house should be completed by spring 2022.
A new album of the Binder Trio has been released. Its basic theme was inspired by Béla Bartók’s collection of Hungarian folk songs for piano.
Explore the boundaries of our memory and memory politics!
3 December (Thursday), 2020 at 5 pm.
“Oh come, oh come, Savior ”(17th-century German folk-song)
Performer and composer: Zoltán Mizsei (iASK)
Date: 7 December 2020, at 4:00 pm
Everyday life of a military schoolboy in Kőszeg – In the light of Ottlik’s “School at the Frontier” novel
Lecturer: Péter Bokányi (literary historian, iASK)
Date: 14th December 2020 at 6. p.m.
The lecture will be accessible by online streaming on the Facebook-page of iASK!
András Nagy: Fatal compassion: the “Hungarian question” and the UN 1956-1963 – Kossuth Publishing – Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg, 2020. 477 p.
A study written by András Szöllősi-Nagy (hydrologist, a former fellow of iASK) was published in Valore Hungariae MIND volume 3. page 22-26.
Date: 1st December 2020 Tuesday at 3 p.m.
Live streaming of the lecture will be accessible on https://www.facebook.com/iask.hungary
Registration deadline: 30th November 2020 till 12.00 (CET)