“A Forgotten Ethnic Group Building America: Hungarian Miners in West Virginia” – public lecture by Dr. Briane K. Turley

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The Institute of English and American Studies of the University of Szeged will host a public lecture by Dr. Briane K. Turley titled A Forgotten Ethnic Group Building America: Hungarian Miners in West Virginia 4 pm,Wednesday, November 27th in Room “Petőfi I”, ground floor, #30-34 Petőfi Ave.   Dr. Turley served for over 20 years […]

The View from Szabadság tér – Public Lecture

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Join us for a public talk on Hungary’s democratic transition from the perspective of the number-two diplomat of the U.S. Embassy in Budapest in 1989. Donald Kursch served as Deputy Chief of Mission in Budapest between 1986 and 1990 so he was close witness to the events that led to the change of regime. The […]

US FOREIGN POLICY: OVERACTIVE PRESIDENCY OR CONSTITUTIONAL OVERLOOK?

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The Department of American Studies will host the public lecture of Dr. habil. Łukasz Wordliczek, PhD from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, who will present the public lecture entitled US FOREIGN POLICY: OVERACTIVE PRESIDENCY OR CONSTITUTIONAL OVERLOOK? The lecture will take place on April 23, 2019 at the Department of American Studies, Faculty of Arts […]

Public Lecture by Professor Biljana Radić-Bojanić

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The American Studies Department and The Inter-American Research Center will host the public lectures of Professor Biljana Radić-Bojanić, University of Novi Sad, Department of English, on sociocultural dialects spoken in the United States of America. The first lecture focuses on African American English, Chicano English, and Native American English and will take place in the […]

Call for Papers: The XIX FIEALC Conference

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CALL FOR PAPERS THE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES (FIEALC) ANNOUNCES THE XIX FIEALC CONFERENCE organized by the Department of Hispanic Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Szeged, from 24 to 28, June 2019, in Szeged, Hungary. The conference is organized with the collaboration of all Hungarian Centers for Latin American Studies […]

“Radical (Dis)Engagement: State-Society-Religion” – Graz International Summer School Seggau 2019

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The next year’s Graz International Summer School Seggau 2019 is titled “Radical (Dis)Engagement: State-Society-Religion.” The Curriculum might be useful for curricula committees in order to pre-approve the program for direct credit transfer, or perhaps for students to identify funding possibilities at their institution or otherwise. Here some aspects, which might help in these efforts: • […]

Felhívás külföldi hallgatók mentorálására

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Legyél részese egy életre szóló élménynek, amely során új barátokat szerezhetsz, érdekes tapasztalatokat gyűjthetsz és mindezt nemzetközi környezetben teheted! Ha jól tudsz angolul/egyéb idegen nyelveken, és szeretnéd is használni a nyelvtudásodat, jelentkezz külföldi hallgatók mentorálására, segítésére a 2018-19. tanév őszi félévében. A mentorok feladatai: segítségnyújtás tanulmányi ügyek, mindennapi élet, lakáskeresés, tartózkodási engedély, egyéb ügyek intézésében, […]

Public Lecure by Prof. Sukla Basu

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We kindly invite all of you to the public lecture of Prof. Sukla Basu, visiting West Bengali (India) academic on June 4, 16:00, American Studies Seminar. The topic is THE AMERICA THAT UNITES US: American Studies in India and Hungay All welcome.

“The Color of Mind: Why the Origins of America’s Racial Achievement Gap Matter for Justice” – public talk by John L. Rury

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John L. Rury, Professor of Education (ELPS), History and African & African American Studies, University of Kansas is presenting the lecture titled The Color of Mind: Why the Origins of America’s Racial Achievement Gap Matter for Justice Venue: Room III, Institute of English & American Studies Time: 2 May 2018, 14:00-15:30 The event is hosted […]