Edited by Tove H. Malloy and Balázs Vizi (Edward Elgar, 2022). This timely Research Handbook provides a multidisciplinary overview of research on ethno-cultural minority issues at the supranational level of the EU. It delivers a state-of-the-art review of the EU’s approaches to development and institutional implementation of minority policies from the Treaty of Rome until today. More information available at the publisher's website (HERE).
Réka Marchut will attend the international seminar organized by the University of Jyväskylä, Department of History and Ethnology on November 8-9. The title of her paper is: The Legend of Potsdam? The International Aspects of the Expulsion of Ethnic Germans from Hungary. The full programme of the event is available at HERE.
Viktória Bányai will attend the virtual international conference of the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies between 2 and 4 November. The title of her presentation is: The Parchments of Remembrance: Megillot for the Tomb of the Unknown Jewish Martyr in Paris, 1956. The full programme and the Zoom link are available at HERE.
Gergely Pulay will attend the conference of the European Sociological Association Research Network 37: Urban Sociology between 5 and 7 October in the Humboldt University Berlin. The title of his presentation is: 'Rethinking territorial stigmatization from the urban margins of the postsocialist European periphery: lessons from Bucharest'. The full programme of the conference is available at HERE.