Friday, 28 September 2018

Conference: Marx (1818-2018): Central and Eastern European Perspectives

MARX 200

Marx (1818-2018): Central and Eastern European Perspectives

International scientific conference with English-Hungarian simultaneous interpretation

Please keep in mind, registration is required!
VIDEO: The lectures will be recorded, which can be viewed later on the website of the Political History Institute (www.polhist.hu).
Programme
9.00 – Registration
9.45 – Opening: Director of the FES and Gábor Egry (Institute of Political History)
10.00 – PANEL 1
Chair: Zsolt Kapelner
10.00 – Krystian Szadkowski (Assistant professor, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań Institute of Philosophy; editor-in-chief of Praktyka Teoretyczna)
10.00 – Michael Hauser (Researcher, Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences)
10.40 – Q&A
11.15-11.30 Tea&Coffe
11.30 – PANEL 2
Chair: Attila Antal
11.30 – Attila, Szigeti (Researcher, Hungarian Institute of Philosophy Babeș-Bolyai University)
11.50 – Alexandru Cistelecan (Independent researcher, Romania)
12.10 – Paul Stubbs (Senior research fellow, The Institute of Economics, Zagreb)
12.30 – Q&A
13.00-14.00 Lunch
14.00 – PANEL 3
(Co-organizer: Eszmélet)
Chair: Tamás Krausz
14.00 – Rastko Močnik (Sociologist and literary theorist, Faculty of Media and Communication, Singidunum University, Belgrade)
14.20 – Marcello Musto (Associate professor of political theory, Department of Sociology York University, Toronto, Canada)
14.40 – Anita Zsurzsán (PhD-student, Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Humanities)
15.00 – Q&A
 15.30-15.45 Tea&Coffe
 15.45 – PANEL 4
(Co-organizer: Polanyi Center)
Chair: tbc.
15.45 – Gareth Dale (Senior lecturer, Brunel University)
16.05 – Komlosy Andrea (Professor, Universität Wien)
16.25 – Sercan Cinar (PhD-candidate, Central European University)
16.45 – Q&A
 17.30-19.00 Reception

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