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1956 geopolitical consequences

Venue: IFAT, Budapest, Bérc street 13-15
Period: 8th - 9th December, 2016

Thursday, 8 December, 2016

Language: Hungarian

Conference with the participation of Jr. researchers, PhD students, Hungarian and foreign experts, public lectures and roundtable discussion organized by the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.

9:30– 9:55 REGISTRATION
10:00 – 10:30 OPENING SPEECH, KEYNOTE SPEECHES
DR. LÁSZLÓ VASA - DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF THE INSTITUTE FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE
DR. SÁNDOR M. KISS - PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF PÁZMÁNY PÉTER CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

10:30-11:45 ORAL HISTORY PANEL
LÁSZLÓ REGÉCZY-NAGY - HUNGARIAN FREEDOM FIGHTER AND POLITICAL PRISONER
TBC. DR. RÉKA SÁRKÖZY – 1956 INSTITUTE, ORAL HISTORY ARCHIVE, NATIONAL SZÉCHÉNYI LIBRARY
TBC. DR. MIKLÓS HORVÁTH – PÁZMÁNY PÉTER CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

11:45 – 12:00 COFFEE BREAK

12:00 – 13:15 SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS PANEL 1 (WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF JR. RESEARCHERS AND PHD’S, 3X20 MINUTES + QUESTIONS)

13:15 – 13:45 LUNCH

13:45– 15:20 SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS PANEL 2 (WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF JR. RESEARCHERS AND PHD’S, 4X20 MINUTES + QUESTIONS)

15:25 – 16:40 SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS PANEL 3 (WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF JR. RESEARCHERS AND PHD’S, 3X25 MINUTES + QUESTIONS)


16:40– 16:55 COFFEE BREAK


16:55-18:45 PUBLIC LECTURES AND ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION (WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF HUNGARIAN AND FOREIGN EXPERTS)
DR. ISTVÁN ÖTVÖS - HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OF MODERN HISTORY, PÁZMÁNY PÉTER CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, INSTITUTE OF HISTORY
TBC. DR. CSABA BÉKÉS – DIRECTOR OF COLD WAR HISTORY RESEARCH CENTER, CORVINUS UNIVERSITY OF BUDAPEST
TAMÁS PÉTER BARANYI – HISTORIAN, HEAD OF RESEARCH, ANTALL JÓZSEF KNOWLEDGE CENTRE

19:00 OFFICIAL OPENING OF FRIDAYS BASEES PROGRAMME AND DINNER
BASEES REPRESENTATIVE  PROFESSOR JUDITH PALLOT (PRESIDENT OF BASEES AND UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD)
DR. JÁNOS REINER M. - HEAD OF DEPARTMENT, 1956 INSTITUTE, ORAL HISTORY ARCHIVES, NATIONAL SZÉCHÉNYI LIBRARY

GALA DINNER

Friday, 9 December, 2016


Language: English

BASEES Conference on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution in 1956
with Hungarian and foreign experts in three or four sessions (to be discussed with BASEES representatives).
The sessions will focus on the international context of 1956, the international assessment of the uprising, the „Hungarian case” at the UN, and the revolution from different international perspectives (United States, Soviet Union Western-Europe, and the former communist countries).


9:30 – 10:00 REGISTRATION

10:00 – 10:30 OPENING SPEECH, KEYNOTE SPEECHES
MÁRTON SCHŐBERL (DIRECTOR-GENERAL, IFAT)
DR JOHN SCHWARZMANTEL (UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, UK): "THE IMPACT OF 1956 ON THE LEFT IN WESTERN EUROPE"

10:30 – 10:45 COFFEE BREAK

10:45 – 12:15 SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS ROUND_TABLE - THE POLICY DIMENSION OF 1956 - 
 
PROFESSOR     CHRISTOPHER READ  (UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK)
TBC. DR. CSABA BÉKÉS – DIRECTOR OF COLD WAR HISTORY RESEARCH CENTER, CORVINUS UNIVERSITY OF BUDAPEST
TBC. MR JOZSEF KALO (NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF PUBLIC SERVICE)
CHAIR: PETER WALDRON - UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA

12:15 – 12:45 LUNCH

12:45 – 14:15 SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS PANEL – ALTERNATIVE HISTORIES OF 1956
CORINA SNITAR (UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW) OPPOSING COMMUNISM: THE 1956 STU
DENTS’ MOVEMENT IN TIMISOARA ROMANIA)
ANDRE PETO
(THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNVIERSITY) REVISITING THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF 1956 – BEFORE A WOMEN’S HISTORY TURN?
ESZTER ZSOFIA (VERITA INSTITUTE AND ZSIGMOND UNIVERSITY) – ARMED REVOLUTIONARIES, AID WORKERS AND NURSES – WOMEN IN REVOLUTION 1956
CHAIR: PROFESSOR JUDITH PALLOT - UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

14:15 – 14:30 COFFEE BREAK

14:30 – 16:00 SCIENTIFIC SESSION3   ROUNDTABLE ON THE IMPACTS WITHIN AND BEYOND THE REGION
DR ION SUCALA (THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW)
PROFESSOR NIGEL SWAIN (UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL)
REKA SARKOSY THE VISUAL APPEARANCE OF HISOTRICAL MEMOERY IN RLWATION TO 1956
TBC. RÉKA FÖLDVÁRYNÉ KISS, CHAIRPERSON OF THE COMMITTEE OF NATIONLA REMEMBRANCE)
MR CSABA BEKES

CHAIR DR JOHN SCHWARZMANTEL

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