Open research webinar series at the Research Institute for Politics and Government

Research Institute for Politics and Government (Eötvös József Research Centre, University of Public Service) cordially invites everyone to the open seminar series according to the schedule below (constantly being updated).

One week before each event we put the summary of the talk and the join link on our website and facebook page. The length of a single seminar is 15-20 minutes followed by a discussion of 30 minutes.

Contact: ripg@uni-nke.hu

 

Time

Speaker

Title

Form of the event

12 October
10:00am (CET)

Géza Jeszenszky
historian, university professor

A hazai anglofilia gyökerei és stációi. Egy viszonzatlan szerelem?

The Anglophile Political Thinking in Hungary 1
(in Hungarian)

26 October
10:00am (CET)

Nóra Szekér
researcher, Historical Archives of the Hungarian State Security

A két világháború közötti anglofil értelmiség gondolkodásának néhány sajátossága Zs. Tüdős Klára életútjának példáján keresztül

The Anglophile Political Thinking in Hungary 2.
(in Hungarian)

9 November
12:00pm (CET)
 

Daniel Pitt
Sheffield University

Scaffolding of Constitutional Rhetoric: An Analysis of Conservative Manifestos from Major to Johnson

open research seminar 18/2022

16 November
10:00am (CET)

Balázs Arató
associate professor, Károli Gáspár University

Állami jog és erkölcsi rend – Ernst-Wolfgang Böckenförde sajátos gondolkodásmódja

open research seminar 19/2022
(in Hungarian)

23 November
10:00am (CET)

Miklós Lojkó
associate professor
Eötvös Loránd University

Alapjogok, alkotmánytan és államhatalom: Concha Győző angol alkotmány értelmezése mai szemmel

The Anglophile Political Thinking in Hungary 3.
(in Hungarian)

30 November
10:00am (CET)

Sarah Mortimer
University of Oxford


Political science in sixteenth century Europe

open research seminar 20/2022

30 November
2:00pm (CET)

Tilo Schabert
 


On the human condition: The primacy of politics and its plurality of forms

open research seminar 21/2022

7 December
10:00am (CET)

Alex Pongrácz assistant professor
University of Public Service
and
Tamás Barcsi associate professor
University of Pécs



Önkormányzatiság a politikai filozófia mérlegén


open research seminar 22/2022
(in Hungarian)

 

Everyone is welcome!

 

 

 

 


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