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Course Plan and Syllabus

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Course Plan and Syllabus

Course Plan and Syllabus

    Erasmus Intensive Language course 2010

Week1

    DATE TIME TOPIC LECTURES ON HUNGARIAN CULTURE August 16 Arrivals. Welcome!

     Hungarian Language

August 17 9.00 12.30 - Introduction

    13.30 15.00

     13.30 15.00 Introduction to Hungarian Gastronomy

    The brief history of Hungarian cuisine: Roots. Soups! King 9.00 12.30

    Mathias and the Italians. Turkish gifts. Baroque style. Hungarian Language August 18 Coffehouse culture. Wine! Tokaji Vinum regnum, rex vinorum. At the end of the lecture food and wine tasting.

    Lecturer: Veronika Schandl

August 19 9.00 12.30 Hungarian Language

    13.30 15.00

    August 20 No Classes. National Holiday.

    August 21

     No classes. Weekend excursion to Pécs the cultural capital of Europe.

     August 22

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Week2

    DATE TIME TOPIC LECTURES ON HUNGARIAN CULTURE

     13.30 15.00 Hungary: The heart of Central Europe

     9.00 12.30 Hungary has always been a bridge and the melting-pot of August 23 different cultures. The border-line between East and West. Hungarian Language

     Where is Hungary today?

     Lecturer: Márton Beke

August 24 9.00 12.30 Hungarian Language

    13.30 15.00

     13.30 15.00 Introduction to Hungarian History I.

    The brief history of Hungary from Chief Árpád to the end of WW 9.00 12.30

    II. Timeline: Medieval Hungary. Hungary under the Turks. August 25 Hungarian Language

    Hungary under the Habsburgs. Hungary after WW I.

    Lecturer: Károly Pintér

August 26 9.00 12.30 Hungarian Language

    13.30 15.00

     13.30 15.00 Introduction to Hungarian History II.

    The History of Hungary during and after the communist regime. 9.00 12.30 Hungarian Language

    Features of Stalinist regime. Revolution of 1956. Main periods of August 27 Kádár era. The crisis and the fall of the regime. The third republic. 2004.may 1. Accession to th EU. Lecturer: Károly Pintér August 28-29 No classes. Optional weekend excursions: Budapest, Esztergom, Szentendre

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Week3

    DATE TIME TOPIC LECTURES ON HUNGARIAN CULTURE

     13.30 15.00 Introduction to Budapest Architecture

    A brief introduction to the architectural history of Budapest from 9.00 12.30

    the Roman settlements to the contemporary trends. Pázmány Hungarian Language August 30 Péter Catholic University as the representation of Imre

    Makovecz’s organic architecture.

    Lecturer: László Munteán

     13.30 15.00 Nationalism and national minorities:

     Hungary and it’s neighbors

     9.00 12.30

    August 31 The lecture’s aim is to introduce students in the field of Hungarian Language

    nationalism, ethnicity and national minorities in Hungary. Actual 13.30 15.00

    problems and policies.

    Lecturer: Zoltán Kántor

September 1 9.00 12.30 Hungarian Language

    13.30 15.00

September 2 9.00 11.00 Hungarian Language

    13.30 15.00

     Hungarian Language

    September 3 9.00 11.00

    13.00

    September 4 Departures

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