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Thursday, May 26

Venue: Sapientia University (400193 Cluj-Napoca, Calea Turzii/ Tordai út 4.), Room B301

Registration and conference opening // 9:00 – 9:30

Tibor Toró (Associate Professor, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania)

Tamás Kiss (Researcher, Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities)

Key-note speech // 9:30 – 11:00

Zsuzsa Csergő (Queen’s University): Kin-state involvement as a double-edged sword

COFFEE BREAK

  1. panel: Historical perspectives // 11:15 – 13:15 (Discussant: Tibor Toró, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania)

Adriana Cupcea: Religious soft power in Turkey’s kin state policy in the Balkans. A Comparative Approach of the Muslim Communities in Kosovo and Dobruja (Romania)

Giuseppe Motta: Kin States and international institutions in interwar Europe. Germany, Hungary, and the League of Nations [Online presentation]

János Kristóf Murádin: Northern Transylvania in the Hungarian Government's kinstate policies between 1940 and 1944

Andrea Carteny: Territorial autonomy and dual citizenship: a comparison between minorities in South Tyrol, Istria and Transylvania [Online presentation]

LUNCH

  1. panel: Europeanization and bilateralism // 14:45 – 17:15 (Discussant: Adriana Cupcea, Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities)

Gergely Romsics: Trianonspeak meets Europeanization: Norm entrepreneurship and failure in the reframing of kin state policies in Hungary

Balázs Vizi: Participation of minority organisations in bilateral state relations: the cases of Slovenia, Hungary, and Italy

Myra Waterbury: Hungarian Kin-State Policies Between Divided and Global Nationhood: Assessing Recent Developments

COFFEE BREAK

Round table discussion: Effects Orbán’s kin-state policy in Transylvania // 17:00 – 19:00

Myra Waterbury, Department of Political Science, Ohio University

Tamás Kiss, Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities

Levente Salat, Babeș-Bolyai University

George Jiglău, Babeș-Bolyai University

Moderator: Tibor Toró, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania

Reception at Sapientia University // 19:30

Friday, May 27

Venue: Sapientia University (400193 Cluj-Napoca, Calea Turzii/ Tordai út 4.), Room B301

 

  1. panel: Securitization // 9:30 – 11:30 (Discussant: István Gergő Székely, Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities)

Zsuzsa Csergő: The impact of securitization in minority political agency. Hungarians and Russian speakers in Central and Eastern Europe

Szabolcs Pogonyi: Multiple kin-states and multiple kin-minorities: the spillover effect

Tibor Toró: In Orbán we trust? Perception of Russia’s War in Ukraine among Transylvanian Hungarians

Andreea Udrea: A Security Conundrum in European Kin-State Politics: The (Mis)Recognition of Vlachs and Romanian-Serbian Relations [Online presentation]

COFFEE BREAK

  1. panel Forms of (Neo)Nationalism // 11:45 – 13:45 (Discussant: Tibor Toró, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania)

Ágnes Patakfalvi-Czirják: Singalong as a cultural policy. The Populist Aesthetic and the Use of Hungarian Propaganda Songs between 2010–2020

Krisztina Rácz: Kins and Relatives in front of the Store: Virtual Homecoming to a Vojvodina Hungarian Village [Online presentation]

Tamás Kiss: Xenophobia against kin. Native Hungarian attitudes toward Hungarian minority communities

Gyöngyi Schwarcz: Bipolar communication on nationhood and belonging. Hungarian kin-minorities in the social media in Hungary

LUNCH

  1. panel: Dimensions of Hungarian kin-state activism // 15:15 – 17:15 (Discussant: Tamás Kiss, Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities)

Dániel Gazsó: Kin-State Activism in Central and Eastern Europe: The Case of Hungary and Its Diaspora Engagement Practices

Zoltán Kántor: Hungary's kin-state policy: the administrative system

Edith Oltay: The Reconstruction of the Hungarian Nation

Orsolya Sarány: “What happened at Úz Valley was disgraceful, illegal and profoundly immoral” – kinstate political discourses and their interpretation in the press of the nationalizing state and national minority. The case of the Úz Valley military cemetery [Online presentation]

COFFEE BREAK

 

Round table discussion: Regional identity-building in the Székelyland // 17:30 – 19:30

Dragoș Dragoman, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu

Ágnes Patakfalvi-Czirják, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

István Gergő Székely, Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities

Valér Veres, Babeș-Bolyai University

Moderator: Tamás Kiss, Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities

Closing dinner, Rhédey Café // 20:3

 

 

Organizers

  

Partners

                    

Hungarian Political Science                           Regional Committee of the 
      Association of Romania                      Hungarian Academy of Science in Cluj

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