András Nagy (University of Pannonia): International Responses to the Hungarian 1956 Revolution - Revelations Based on New Archival Evidence
Water: Crisis and Migration - Interview with János Bogárdi (hydrologist - University of Bonn) - 24th of August, 2017
Austerity vs Social Cohesion - Volume 1
Ferenc Miszlivetz (director of iASK) interviews Marjorie Jouen (Advisor of Jacques Delors Institute) and Stuart Holland (iASK ; University of Coimbra).
Exclusive interview with Erhard Busek (former Vice-Chancellor of Austria)
Sharpening Conflicts - Central Europe, the Balkans and Turkey (II. part) -
with Erhard Busek, Danilo Türk and Ahmet Evin at iASK - on the 21st of April, 2017
How we see Kőszeg - Creative City & Art Project with Kőszeg High-school students
Fragile Humanity - Emerging threats of the climate change
Walter A. Boeger: Professor of Biology, Universidade Federal do Paraná Parasitology (molecular ecology), Brasil
Eörs Szathmáry: iASK senior fellow, biologist, director of the Centre for the Conceptual Foundations of Science at the Parmenides Foundation
Daniel Brooks: iASK senior researcher, parasitologist, senior research fellow with UNL’s
Rudolf Klein lecture about Béla Lajta and the jewish wit in his architecture
The Place, where - Opening ceremony on the 30th of September 2016 in Kőszeg
The inspiration for this exhibition is that photography has gone through a profound transformation in the past ten years. The radically different ways of taking and presenting photographs, i.e. the digital shift, has not proven to be a merely technological one. Although the nearly two-century old history of photography has been a sequence of technological changes, the current turn redefines the medium as a whole.
The shift of Hungarian photography so proud of its history, its integration in international processes as well as its isolation from them, is reflected by this collection of hundreds of photographs taken in the past decade.
(Klára Szarka - curator, photography historian)
Connected or Disconnected? - People on Wire with Chris Csíkszentmihályi
Chris Csíkszentmihályi: artist and technologist.He has been combining his knowledge in the arts, media, and new technologies to help grassroot movements and social activists and considered a leading scholar in the field, an artist and designer in the area of information, politics, and communities.
Jody Jensen: iASK Polányi Centre, senior research fellow at the Institute of Political Sciences at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. She is director of international relations at the Institute of Social and European Studies (a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence) which she helped to found.
Robert Manchin: iASK Complexity and Big Data Centre, a sociologist, economist, musician by education, a social activist driven by conscience and an entrepreneurial manager by chance. During his career he played as a professional musician at the Hungarian State Philharmonic Orchestra, he was visiting professor at various universities in the US and Europe, and was briefly elected as Director of the Institute of Sociology at the Hungarian Academy of Science.
James M. Skelly: ISES research fellow, Director Emeritus of the Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Juniata College in Pennsylvania where he had served for many years as a Senior Fellow. Previously he was a Visiting Professor of Peace Studies at Magee College of the University of Ulster in Derry, Northern Ireland and, Coordinator for Peace & Justice Programming for BCA, an international education organization.
II. Kraft Conference in Kőszeg - Video in Autumn's mood
The cognitive excellence program by Eörs Szathmáry (iASK)
The Irreplaceable Resource: WATER
Szöllősi-Nagy András (hydrologist, iASK)
Charles J. Vörösmarty (GWSP, USA)
Bogárdi J. János (hydrologist, architect, Karlsruhe)
Anik Bhaduri (economist, researcher, Wyoming)
BREXIT - discussion about the Brexit by professors of the iASK
Stuart Holland: iASK research fellow, former adviser to British Prime Minister Harold Wilson, he was a Labour Member of Parliament and then worked with Jacques Delors on EU policies for economic and social cohesion.
Robert Manchin: iASK Complexity and Big Data Centre, sociologist, economist, musician by education, a social activist driven by conscience and an entrepreneurial manager by chance..
Ferenc Miszlivetz: Director of iASK, founder of ISES Foundation, a full professor and Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, in International Relations, Jean Monnet Chair ‘ad personam’.
James M. Skelly: ISES research fellow, Director Emeritus of the Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Juniata College in Pennsylvania where he had served for many years as a Senior Fellow.
Aftermovie of the field trip to Keszthely & Cserszegtomaj
Presentations about KRAFT Project, wine-tasting at the vineyard of the University of Pannonia, sightseeing, click to watch: