We invite you to join us on Saturday, February 12, at 2 o’clock (Eastern Standard Time) as we present
Fresh Voices from the Periphery: Youthful Perspectives of Minorities 100 Years after Trianon.
by Susan M. Papp, PhD. – On Zoom.
During this session, Dr. Papp will discuss a newly published collection of thought-provoking essays written by young people whose families have lived as minorities in various countries in east-central Europe for four generations. They became minorities not because their families migrated to different parts of Europe, but because the borders were changed overnight by the Treaty of Trianon after the end of the First World War. Voices from the Periphery examines how the current generation of young people perceive the impact of the treaty that has had such a long-term effect on their lives. Their essays not only examine the legacy of the past but also recommend pathways to a more positive future. This virtual program promises to be a unique and compelling look at young Hungarians living as minorities in the Carpathian Basin.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. We look forward to seeing you virtually! Találkozunk virtuálisan!