The studies to be published in this volume summarize the social, employment, educational and organisational problems associated with ongoing changes and highlight the need for a paradigm shift.
Revival and completion – Ceremonial Opening of the buildings of Kőszeg renovated within the framework of the KRAFT program
The Ceremonial Opening of Szemző House and Sgraffito House – renovated within the framework of the KRAFT program – will start at 4 p.m. on the 28th of May in Zwinger Old Tower
iASK researcher, Anikó Magasházi held a lecture on 10th of May in Budapest at the Conference on TRANSFORMATION OF ASIAN ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS: UNDERSTANDING LOCAL CHANGES AND GLOBAL IMPACTS ON BUSINESS AND SOCIETY organized by the Oriental Business and Innovation Center (Budapest Business School, University of Applied Sciences and the Central Bank of Hungary). She presented…
György Csepeli will participate in the conference of the University of Tirgu Mures on the 11 of May.
His lecture will focus on the harmful effects of social media.
You can find the details of the conference in Hungarian in the document below!
Művészeti Egyetem Marosvásárhely Program 2018. május
Elemér Hankiss would turn 90 today.
A few of the last important great questions raised by Elemér Hankiss (social scientist and public thinker) that we all need to answer at some point…
Science in the Pub: Lecturer: Mónika Mátay (historian ELTE, iASK researcher) “The built, silent witnesses, the buildings of Kőszeg will be animated thus revealing destinies and stories hidden by them. Besides the macroscopic approach, it is worth considering our common past and experiences from a micro perspective allowing us to develop a better understanding of…
Fifth Lecture of the iASK Series: “The Future of Europe in Global Context” by Philippe Schmitter (European University Institute, Firenze)
Date: on 24th of April at 10.00 a.m.
Venue: Zwinger Old Tower, Chernel St. 16. H-9730 Kőszeg
Live streaming of the lecture is accessible at www.iask.hu and https://www.facebook.com/iask.hungary
The Future of Europe – in a Global Context – IASK Lecture Series The Ottomans in Europe – Lecture by Ahmet Evin at iASK 1st part 2nd part Ottomans in Europe The rapid Ottoman expansion from Thrace to the Danubian Europe is remembered as posing the greatest threat to Christendom. It gave rise to the…
The Future of Europe – in a Global Context – IASK Lecture Series Europe, Eurasia Eurasia both poses a critical challenge and offers an opportunity for the EU. The demise of the Soviet empire has had unexpected consequences globally and, in particular, for the Atlantic Alliance. The EU’s enlargement fatigue, following the “big-bang”…
Global climate change is literally beyond belief. It does not favor any political, economic, social, religious or ethnic group. Fourth Lecture of the iASK Series: “The Future of Europe in Global Context” by Daniel Brooks (University of Toronto)
Date: on 23rd of April at 2.00 p.m.
Mónika Mátay, (reseacher of iASK) is a guest-lecturer at the Duke University (North Carolina, USA) this week. She is participating in the discussion and evaluation of students’ research-projects. The main aim of the visit is to present the Talking Houses project of iASK at the University and to develop mutual research and educational cooperation with students…
I will not in the following essay investigate the multiple origins of today’s human rights nor actually question the importance of human rights for Europe. My purpose is to review some recent developments in the interdisciplinary, quite fragmented historiography of human rights (including by jurists) and discuss its significance for European history and identity. My…
Imagining European Unity since 1000 AD – Reflecting on Long-term European History- Patrick Pasture’s lecture at iASK
Third Lecture of the iASK Series: “The Future of Europe in Global Context” by Patrick Pasture (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven). Date: 2 p.m. 16 April, 2018. Live streaming of the lecture is accesible at www.iask.hu and https://www.facebook.com/iask.hungary
Both humans and animals can think. The essential difference is that humans are capable of exchanging thoughts with their fellows. Venue: Ibrahim Coffe-house and Restaurant, Kőszeg H-9730 Főtér 17. Date: on the 09th of April 2018 at 6 p.m.
Contextuality is a fundamental notion in the foundations of quantum theory. It says that one cannot assign values to a quantum observable independently of what other observables are co-measured with it. That is, physical properties in quantum theory are contextual: they depend on other, jointly performed measurements.