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Commemoration of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014 - 5:30pm

Sziasztok!

Hungarian Cultural Association's Fall Picnic

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Saturday, October 4, 2014 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Sziasztok!

The time has come for our Annual Fall Picnic! This year the picnic will be held at Bryan Park in the Henderson Shelter from 12:00pm (noon)- 3:00pm on Saturday October 4th.

Fall 2014 Graduate Student Brown Bag Talks

Graduate Student Brown Bag Talks

Romani Studies in the Digital Age

On March 7th, 2014, a special workshop on Romani Studies in the Digital Age was convened by Professor Lynne Hooker.  Péter Szuhay, Senior Curator of the Hungarian Museum of Ethnography, presented two of his films about the Roma.

1989 in Hungary: The Hidden Threads of History

April 7th, 2014 in the fourth lecture of Visiting Fulbright Professor Laszlo Borhi’s series, he discussed the “hidden threads” in Hungary that contributed to the end of the Cold War.

Inaugural Conference of the Hungarian Cultural Association Keynote Address

On April 5th, 2014 Visiting Fulbright Professor Istvan Benczes gave the keynote address, entitled "From goulash communism to goulash populism: Path-dependence in Hungarian economic transformation", for the Inaugural Conference of the Hungarian Cultural Association. His talk focused on Hungarian economic history in the 20th and 21st centuries, arguing that the slow yet steady erosion of Hungary’s economic performance in the new millennium is a direct, though unintended consequence of Hungary’s previous successes (the “good old days” of goulash communism).

Commemoration of the 1848 Hungarian Revolution

On March 12, 2014 the Indiana University and Bloomington communities commemorated the 1848 Hungarian Revolution with poetry readings, musical performances, and traditional foods.  Visiting Fulbright Professor Istvan Benczes gave the commemorative speech.

1989 in Hungary: The Hidden Threads of History

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The series of lectures planned for Spring 2014 here at IU will continue in the upcoming month.  The fourth lecture in this series will be held Monday, April 7th from 5:00-6:15 in the Walnut Room of the IMU.  This lecture is titled 1989 in Hungary: The Hidden Threads of History and will be presented by Professor Laszlo Borhi, Senior Research Fellow, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, former Hungarian Chair and Fulbright Professor at IU.

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From goulash communism to goulash populism: Path-dependence in Hungarian economic transformation

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INAUGURAL CONFERENCE OF THE HUNGARIAN CULTURAL ASSOCIATION

April 5-6, 2014

Indiana Memorial Union

Indiana University, Bloomington

 

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The Central Asian Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone and Other Regional Treaties as Models for the Middle East

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The Central Asian Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone and Other Regional Treaties as Models for the Middle East

By Dr. Anna Peczeli

Hungarian Foreign Affairs Institute

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