17th European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Biennial Conference: Transformation, Hope and the Commons (Belfast, 26-29 July 2022)
Margit Feischmidt, Judit Durst, Eszter Neumann, Gergely Pulay and Kristóf Szombati will attend the 17th EASA Biennial Conference: Transformation, Hope and the Commons in Belfast between 26 and 29 July 2022. The full programme and abstracts are available at HERE.
In the interstices of European citizenship. The transnational political mobilization of intra-European migrants in the European Union
Eszter Kovács gave a presentation titled "Transnational political engagement of Hungarian kin-minorities and Hungarian migrants: A comparative approach" at the multidisciplinary research workshop is organised by the Marc Bloch Centre in Berlin and CEFRES–French Research Center in Humanities and Social Sciences in Prague on 22 June. The full program of the workshop is available at HERE.
The research fellow at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory of the University of Belgrade will spend a month at the Institute as a quest researcher with the support of the European Non-Territorial Autonomy Network (ENTAN). Her research field concerns the comparison of the national minority councils in Serbia and the minority self-governments in Hungary. Her CV is available at HERE.
Balázs Vizi will give a lecture at the Second Training School of the European Non-Territorial Autonomy Network (ENTAN) which will take place in Bar, Montenegro between 6 and 9 June. The full program is available at HERE.
Gergely Pulay will deliver a lecture at the workshop organized by the Inequalities and Democracy Workgroup of the CEU Democracy Institute on 7 June. The title of his paper is: Anti-groupism, Livelihood and the Search for the Good at the Margins of Bucharest. Event link.
Ildikó Zakariás - together with Melinda Kovai, Cecília Kovai, and Szabina Kerényi presented at the workshop entitled Relational governing of precarity - Remaking the European welfare state (Centre Maurice Halbwachs / Radboud Research Institute Social Cultural Science. Paris, May 24-25). The title of their paper: Global empowerment policies in postsocialist authoritarian context: Relational governance in a child-protection NGO in Hungary.
The Limits of Trading Cultural Capital: Returning Migrant Children and Their Educational Trajectory in Hungary
Árendás Zsuzsanna, Durst Judit, Katona Noémi, Messing Vera: The Limits of Trading Cultural Capital: Returning Migrant Children and Their Educational Trajectory in Hungary. In: Bass, Loretta E.; Lutz, Amy; Tu, Siqi; McCallum, Derrace Garfield; Atterberry, Adrienne Lee (eds.) Children and Youths' Migration in a Global Landscape. Emerald Publishing Limited (2022) pp. 115-139. , 25 p. The open access chapter is available at HERE.
A profession in crisis? Teachers' responses to England's high-stakes accountability reforms in secondary education
Balázs Vizi and our guest researcher, Myra Waterbury will give lectures at the conference organized by the Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities and the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania in Cluj on 26-27 May. The full program is available at HERE.