Nóra Kovács will deliver a lecture at the conference titled 'New Approaches to ‘Re-Enchanted’ Central and Eastern Europe' organized by the Institute for Theoretical Studies of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design of Budapest (MOME) and The ‘Re-Enchantment of Central and Eastern Europe’ Research Project (Re-Ench-Eu) at Charles University in Prague in cooperation with the Hungarian Cultural Anthropology Association (MAKAT) and the SIEF Ethnology of Religion Working Group in Budapest on 7-8 April. The full programme is available at HERE. Facebook event.
Eszter Neumann will deliver a lecture at the University of Lower Silesia with the title Religion, populism, and education-policy: the case of Hungary on 24 March from 10 am. Registration to be sent to email@example.com. The link to the event is available at HERE.
The paper of Ildikó Zakariás 'Kinship Idioms and Care-Control Dynamics in Hungarian Co-ethnic Philanthropy' was published in Voluntas
Zakariás, Ildikó: Kinship Idioms and Care-Control Dynamics in Hungarian Co-ethnic Philanthropy. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations (IF: 2,46). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11266-022-00460-z