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  • IMG_20111108_201320
    News Uncategorized Events Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Pages About Us Board of Directors Mission and Vision History Support Membership Info Volunteer Hungarian Language Course Sign up for event notices Contact Us Application for Space Rental

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    News Uncategorized Events Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Pages About Us Board of Directors Mission and Vision History Support Membership Info Volunteer Hungarian Language Course Sign up for event notices Contact Us Application for Space Rental

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    News Uncategorized Events Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Pages About Us Board of Directors Mission and Vision History Support Membership Info Volunteer Hungarian Language Course Sign up for event notices Contact Us Application for Space Rental

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  • Könyvvásár
    13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Pages About Us Board of Directors Mission and Vision History Support Membership Info Volunteer Hungarian Language Course Sign up for event notices Contact Us Application for Space Rental Search for Search My Library at LibraryThing Könyvvásár November 18th 2011 Tekintettel a november 19 i nagy sikerre a Magyar Könyvtár DECEMBER 3 án újból

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  • LECTURE: The State of Hungarian Science in 2011
    leading mathematicians remarkable scientists and inventors But what is the current state of Hungarian science In his lecture The State of Hungarian Science in 2011 the eminent Professor E Sylvester Vizi will speak about cutting edge results coming out of Hungary and the challenges faced by the present day Hungarian scientific community The American Hungarian Library and Hungarian Human Rights Foundation is honored to host Dr Vizi Former President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Physician Neuroscientist Pharmacologist and University Professor Professor Vizi is also one of the most notable personalities organizers and experts of Hungarian scientific life He is currently a guest professor of psychiatry and anesthesiology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York All are welcome Suggested Donation 5 Limited seating R S V P info americanhungarianlibrary org or 212 289 5488 E SYLVESTER VIZI is a Hungarian physician neuroscientist pharmacologist and university professor who served as President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences between 2002 and 2008 He has worked as a clinical pharmacologist since 1980 Dr Vizi is guest professor of psychiatry and anesthesiology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University New York N Y He was inducted into the Academia Europaea in 1992 Professor Vizi was a Riker Fellow at the Department of Pharmacology of the University of Oxford from 1967 to 1969 where he worked alongside Sir William Paton He has been a visiting professor at the universities of Mainz and Parma He is a professor at the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacotheraphy at the Semmelweis University of Medicine Budapest Hungary and the Head of Department of Pharmacology at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences He has been a member of Hungarian Academy of Sciences HAS since 1985 His areas of research brain

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  • Harkay Róbert emlékest
    RÓBERT EMLÉKEST MAGYARSÁG AZ EMIGRÁCIÓBAN című programjára a New York i Magyar Házba 2011 szeptember 18 án vasárnap délután 4 órai kezdettel Műsor Konferál Felsővályi Ákos a Széchenyi István Társaság elnöke A Magyar Ház tulajdonosainak köszöntője ifj Bálinttit Charlie Harkay Róbert 1923 1992 vezető a magyar emigrációban Harkayné Somkuthy Józsa visszaemlékezései Mike Jánosné Reitinger Erzsébet 1909 1993 Menekülés szavalat Tiszta Szív kovásznai leánykórus énekszámai Meskó Lajos SchP 1911 2008 Az Ember kell ma A Prímás hős nevének szavalat Szünet Mike Valéria SZABADSÁG ÉS IGAZSÁG MAGYARORSZÁGNAK TÖREKVÉSEK A 20 SZÁZADBAN MIKE JÁNOS ÉLETE PÉLDÁJÁVAL könyvismertetés vetített képekkel Magyar Himnusz A program után frissítők ismerkedés beszélgetés A könyv Mike Mádl János és kora 1905 1981 A Kolping mozgalom és további törekvések a szabadság szolgálatában METEM Budapest 2010 709 old ill 32 old a helyszínen kedvezményes áron kapható A teljes bevétel a Magyar Ház céljait szolgálja Az emlékest látogatása ingyenes dr Mike Valéria Az előadó Mike 1944 ig Mádl Valéria Budapesten született 1934 augusztus 20 án 1945 ben családjával Németországba került és 1949 óta az Egyesült Államokban él Négy elemit végzett Budapesten és négy gimnáziumot Münchenben A közép iskolát New Yorkban fejezte be és ott végezte egyetemi tanulmányait is A baccalaureus megszerzése után a Bell Telephone Laboratories ipari kutatóvállalatnál dolgozott ahol részt vett az első számítógépek bevezetésén Közben a New York University matematika fakultásán elnyerte a magiszteri és doktori fokozatot Ké sőbb tanulmányokat folytatott a tudományfilozófia és etika terén 1970 óta a Cornell Orvostudományi Egyetem biostatisztika professzora ahol bevezette a biosta tisztikát az egyetem tanrendjébe A társult Sloan Kettering Rákkutató Intézetben biostatisztika osztályt alapított és egy évtizedig igazgatója volt Az utóbbi időben az orvostanra vonatkozó bizonytalanság etikai és értékkérdéseivel foglalkozik a tudomány technológia és társadalom szakág keretében Az általa proponált ka lauz a bizonytalansághoz az evidencia etikája nagyban alkalmazható az élet egyéb kérdéseiben

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  • INVITATION to Hear the Heveder Folk Ensemble of Transylvania
    17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Pages About Us Board of Directors Mission and Vision History Support Membership Info Volunteer Hungarian Language Course Sign up for event notices Contact Us Application for Space Rental Search for Search My Library at LibraryThing INVITATION to Hear the Heveder Folk Ensemble of Transylvania May 17th 2011 Music and dances from remote villages of Transylvania with special guest dancers Florián Hajdú Irén Deffend Thursday June 2 2011 7 30PM The Heveder Folk Ensemble is becoming one of Europe s most popular Hungarian folk music ensembles Originally from the Hungarian city of Sepsiszentgyorgy Sfantu Gheorghe located in the eastern part of Transylvania they re dedicated to learning authentic folk music from old masters living in remote villages including mostly gypsy musicians who have preserved traditional village music through the centuries Heveder has performed in Transylvania at many festivals and toured in Hungary and Western Europe This summer marks their debut tour in North America They will be accompanied by two of Hungary s most respected folk dance performers and teachers offering a colorful and authentic program Don t miss this opportunity to see their unique and spirited event

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  • LECTURE: Remapping the Mind: East, West and 1968
    Perspective of a Hungarian Member of the Generation o f 1 9 6 8 Tuesday May 10 2011 7 pm at the Hungarian Library 215 East 82nd Street Between 2nd 3rd Aves New York NY The American Hungarian Library is honored to again host Dr Pók distinguished historian researcher and author Along with his impeccable credentials the professor always brings freshness humor and new perspectives to relevant subjects and has boldly addressed the tough issues of our times in works such as Symbolic Geography Hatred and Aggression in Modern Europe Mitteleuropa 1915 2004 A Post communist Obituary Towards a Multipole World System 1990 1997 With the current retro fascination Dr Pók will address a seemingly simple issue that mirrors the remapping of the minds of numerous intellectuals in Eastern and Central Europe during the last nearly four decades the changing contents of the concepts of East and West in these minds As previously this presentation promises to be insightful and thought provoking Q A to follow Suggested Donation 5 Further information info americanhungarianlibrary org ALL ARE WELCOME Attila Pók is the István Deák Visiting Professor of East Central European Studies for the Spring 2011 semester at Columbia University Dr Pók is Deputy Director of the Institute of History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest He also holds the title of Deputy Director of the Europa Institut Budapest a privately supported foundation Professor Pók is Secretary General of the Hungarian Historical Association the most important organization for the dissemination of historical knowledge in the country His areas of research and teaching experience cover three major fields 19th 20th century European political and intellectual history history of modern European historical writing and historical thought and theory and methodology of history Since 1999 he has spent seven semesters at Columbia as

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