Research Conversation: The Rise of Right-Wing Politics in Hungary and the Effects on Historical Remembrance

November 27, 2018 Salem Free
(Photo: Believe_In_Me/iStock)
(Photo: Believe_In_Me/iStock)

Hungary, along with other Central/Eastern European nations, experienced a century of chaos suffering from the effects of two world wars and decades of Soviet control.

Danielle Luman, certificate student at Salem State University and graduate assistant for the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, asserts that after 1989 these countries wanted to move forward into the 21st century, largely ignoring their traumatic history. This discussion will explore how Hungary has moved toward a largely authoritarian state under populist leader Viktor Orban and will discuss the profound impact on the ways in which the past century is remembered today.

+ More... - Less...
Fact Sheet
Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Frederick E. Berry Library
College Dr
Salem, MA 01970

CJP provides the above links concerning third-party events for your convenience only. CJP has no control over the content of the linked-to websites or events they describe, and accepts no responsibility for the websites, including any advertising or products or services on or available from such sites, or for any loss or damage that may arise from your attending, or registering to attend, the described events. If you decide to access any of the third-party websites linked to below, you do so entirely at your own risk and subject to the terms and conditions of use for such websites and event attendance. CJP is not responsible or liable to you or any third party for the content or accuracy of any materials provided by any third parties. All statements and/or opinions expressed in the linked-to materials or at the described events, and all commentary, articles and other content provided at the third-party websites or at the events, are solely the opinions and the responsibility of the persons or entities operating the linked-to websites and events. The inclusion of any link on this website does not imply that CJP endorses the described event, or the linked-to website or its operator. MORE

More From...

More In...

More At...