25th International Summer University - Dancing with Uncertainty
Trials and Transformations in Central and Eastern Europe, 1989 to COVID-19
29th June – 3rd July 2020, Kőszeg, Hungary
Application deadline: June 22, 2020
Organized by the Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg (iASK) and the Institute for Social and European Studies (ISES), in cooperation with the University of Pannonia, Erasmus+ Program, and the UNESCO Chair of Kőszeg
ISU 2020 is special this year for two reasons: it is the 25th anniversary of the summer universities in Kőszeg, and with the COVID-19 situation it will be their first online ISU.
The goal is to review the last three decades and the present, and answers to the question: where are we heading?
Since 1996 the international summer university has been a great opportunity for experts, activists, practitioners, policymakers, researchers, social scientists, and students to meet and discuss contemporary challenges and international cooperation.
The International Summer University has been focused on the creation, accumulation, and dissemination of new knowledge. Through a multidisciplinary approach, we will engage with the complex relationship between political, ideological, economic, and cultural dynamics of integration and disintegration in Europe. Politicians, social scientists, practitioners, cultural heritage experts, and artists will ensure an exciting experience for participants. We invited students to apply who are interested in local, national, regional, and transnational processes in a diverse and changing European space.
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