210 - Hungarian Studies Association of Canada (HSAC)
Building on the Congress theme of “Sustaining Shared Futures” and its target emphasis on the achievement of environmental sustainability in a manner that assures global equity, this year’s HSAC conference “Interconnected Cultures: The Place of Hungary and Hungarians in a Sustainable World” seeks proposals that thematize efforts to engage in collaborative cultural change and exchange, as well as addressing human impact on the environment, both natural and human-made. This thematic focus invites consideration of a range of topics from cultural output to historical events, including political, economic, legal, ethical, literary, journalistic, artistic and scientific endeavors related to sustainability and mutual collaboration. All relevant considerations of these themes within the field of Hungarian studies writ large will be considered. Although we strongly encourage proposals that speak to the conference theme, we also welcome proposals on any topic related to Hungary and Hungarian Studies. The Hungarian Studies Association of Canada also supports and encourages both creative and critical scholarly engagement within and across disciplines. We especially encourage presentations by graduate students.