http://ujszo.com/online/panorama/2016/12/04/mit-kezdjunk-a-migracioval - Hungarian news portal ujszo.com reports: According to experts, migration is expected to rise on the global level.
Hungarian weekly Figyelo writes about the possible outcomes of the upcoming elections in Austria and its likely effects on European politics. The article carries expert commentary from Anton Pelinka, professor at CEU’s Nationalism Studies Program.
Hungarian weekly 168 Ora interviewed Szabolcs Pogonyi, assistant professor at CEU’s Department of Nationalism Studies, about the voting habits of Hungarians living outside of Hungary, and how the 2004 referendum on dual citizenship affected this habit.
Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the weekly (11.24.2016. pp.22-24. Halaszavazatok).
http://www.klubradio.hu/cikk.php?cid=200470&id=16 - In its daily foreign press review, Hungarian Klub Radio lists the report of German Public Radio about Viktor Orban and his policies against the refugees. The report includes expert commentary from Anton Pelinka, professor at CEU’s Nationalism Studies Department, who argues that the Hungarian PM’s views reflect not only populist but religious convictions too.
http://www.szombat.org/politika/2000-fos-mintan-indul-szociologiai-felmeres-a-magyarorszagi-zsidosagrol - Hungarian news portal szombat.org interviewed Andras Kovacs, professor at CEU’s Nationalism Studies Program, about the monumental sociological research that had just started in Hungary about the identity of Hungarian Jews.
Hungarian weekly Magyar Narancs asked Anton Pelinka, professor at CEU’s Nationalism Studies Department for expert commentary on the recent elections in Austria.
Due to copyright regulations the article is available in the weekly (5.19.2016. pp.22-23. A baranyborbe bujt farkas)
http://www.szombat.org/hirek-lapszemle/a-holokauszt-oktatasa-meghatarozza-a-tarsadalom-tortenelemszemleletet - Hungarian news portal szombat.org reports: At a conference organized by the National Educational Library and Museum on April 14 that discussed practices and theory of teaching the Holocaust, Andras Kovacs, professor at CEU’s Nationalism Studies Program, emphasized the importance of educating the new generations about the Holocaust but also highlighted a recent...
Hungarian daily Delmagyarorszag reports: According to Andras Kovacs, professor at CEU’s Nationalism Studies Program, one of the most important questions about the Holocaust is how Germany and German society managed to face its involvement in the Holocaust.
Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the daily (4.16.2016. p.10. Beleorultek a katonak a bunukbe).
Hungarian weekly 168 Ora reports: On March 17 a CEU international conference entitled “The historical churches and the Holocaust in Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Romania 1920-1945” discussed the results of a three-year research about the role of churches in the events leading up to the Holocaust. The event was organized by the Civitas Europica Centralis Foundation and the CEU Jewish Studies Program.
Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the weekly 168 Ora (3.24.2016. p.6. Az egyhazak felelossege)
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http://www.kultura.hu/emlekezes-multrol - Hungarian news portal kultura.hu reports: Maria Kovacs, professor at CEU’s Nationalism Studies Department participated in the book launch of “Belated Obeisance - Jurist Victims of the Holocaust” (Kesei fohajtas – a holokauszt jogasz aldozatai) on March 7 at the Hungarian Bar Association. Central European University also supported the publication of the book.
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