ESSCO

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EUROPEAN SOLIDARITY AND SOCIAL COHESION (ESSCO)

   

Jody Jensen, JEAN MONNET CHAIR 2016-2019

EUROPEAN SOLIDARITY AND SOCIAL COHESION (ESSCO)

University of Pannonia Kőszeg Campus

 

Agenda, Events, and Publications 2016-2019


2016

University of Pannonia Kőszeg Campus, Docent in International Studies

·         I provided all personal information for the new Pannon-Kőszeg Campus website (bio, courses, research: 82 pages)

·         I provided an outline of my tasks related to the implementation of the IS program as a Jean Monnet Chair in Kőszeg, that includes:

1.      Production oversight and approval of all outgoing materials in English for both International Studies and Cultural Heritage Management programs: brochures, advertisements, application forms, website content, scholarship flyer, etc.

2.      Review of international applications.

3.      Construction of the curricula and timetable of courses for the International Studies Program; this includes contacting potential instructors, liasing with the CEU, the assessment procedures for courses, and their credit value allocation.

4.      Recruitment of external teaching staff for program courses, with all related correspondence.

5.      Coordination of staff, regarding student participation (visa, housing, payments, etc.)

6.      Teaching courses and seminars in the program.

7.      Including International Studies young scholars in my present research work.

8.      Academic Advisor: Supervision of all International Studies students academic work and progress.

9.      I worked as MA Thesis Advisor to students’ MA theses in fields related to my research; and participation in the MA thesis defense procedures.

 

·         I supervised and advised all staff working on the implementation of International Studies in the framework of the Jean Monnet Chair in Kőszeg.

 

Director of ISES

·         Included ISES in participation of a Citizens4Europe application as a partner, for funding.

·         I finalized the paper work for the Erasmus student exchange student to and from the IS program.

·         I participated as an external expert to the European Commission for the Jean Monnet selection process for 2016.

Teaching Fall 2016:

September-December: Jody Jensen: Europe in a Global Context to International Studies students at the University of Pannonia Kőszeg campus; students from Palestine, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Camern, Ukraine, Moldova, India, Armenia, Azerbaijan; seminar on Democracy, Solidarity and the European Crisis to International Studies students.

October 2016: Jody Jensen: Seminar with students from the Ruzemberok Catholic University

Events and Activities

3 October 2016: Research Fellow Seminar: Oleksii Polegkyi: Post-communist transformations in post-Soviet states and Central European countries: main differences and outcomes

4 October: Balkan Workshop, presentations by Igor Stripic, Dimitar Nikolovski, Naum Trajanovski, Moderator: Sara Swedlyk

10-14 October 2016: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series: Gábor Kardos, International Minority Protection: Conflicts and Guarantees

14 October 2016: Research Fellow Seminar: Oleksii Polegkyi: Changes in Russian Foreign Policy Under Putin

24-28 October 2016: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series: Stuart Holland, Political Economy

2 November 2016: Migration Workshop, presentations by Martina Mugnaini, Alfredo Soarez, Sara Swedlyk, Moderator: Jody Jensen

14-18 November 2016: Research Fellow Seminar: Dimitar Nikolovski, Political Dynamics in the Balkans

8 November 2016: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series: Gábor Kárdos: The Burkini Issue

24 November 2016: Research Fellow Seminar: Martina Mugnaini, Photo Exhibition on Refugee Camps in Italy

5-9 December 2016: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series: Ahmet Evin, Europe’s Neighborhoods: Cultural and Political Challenges

13 December 2016: Research Fellow Seminar:  Dimitar Nikolovski, Does Macedonia Exist?

2017

Teaching Spring 2017:

Jody Jensen: The Future of Europe in a Global Context: Polity, Policy, and Governance, at the University of Pannonia Kőszeg campus; seminar on Economic Inequality and Social Unrest: Consequences for Social Cohesion in Europe; Seminar with students from the Ruzemberok Catholic University 

Teaching Fall 2017:

Jody Jensen: The Future of Europe in a Global Context: at the University of Pannonia Kőszeg campus; students from Palestine, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Cameroon, Ukraine, Moldova, India, Armenia, Azerbaijan; seminar on Democracy, Solidarity and the European Crisis to International Studies students.

6-10 November 2017: Seminar at the Catholic University of Ruzemberok, Economic Inequality and Social Unrest: Consequences for Social Cohesion in Europe

Events and Activities

18-19 April 2017: Russian Academy of Sciences, lecture: “The Social Sciences in a Chaordic Age: A Search for New Meaning and Relevance”; and "Presentation on EU funding to Russian institutions of higher education"

19 April 2017: Russian Academy of Sciences: Presentation on EU funding to Russian institutions of higher education.

18-27 June 2017: United Nations, New York: A Cry for Freedom: Reflections on the 1956 Hungarian Revolution at the UN and Beyond, “1956 in a Global Context.”

21 August 2017: Book Launch, A Cry for Freedom: Reflections on the 1956 Revolution at the UN and Beyond – H.E. Katalin Bogyay, Jody Jensen (iASK), Mónika Mátay (iASK, ELTE), András Nagy (UP), Bo Lidegaard, Ferenc Miszlivetz (iASK), Hedva Ser (UNESCO Artist for Peace)

22 August-1 September 2017: International Summer University 2017: Surviving Crisis: A Manual from Central Europe; organized seminars on EuroPartisans: The Search for European Solidarity, and Migration and European Solidarity

22 August 14:00 Migration – Reflections and Solutions Chair: Jody Jensen (iASK), Panelists: Goran Gumze (Alma Mater University, Maribor), Aiski Ryökäs (MIGSZOL), Alfredo Soares Santos (iASK, CEU), Dalma Dombi (student, UP), Nikola Ivanovski (Lastmanfilms)

23 August: 10:00 Austerity vs. Social Cohesion in Europe, Chair: Jody Jensen, Panelists: László Andor (Corvinus), Nikos Fokas (ELTE), Stuart Holland (iASK, University of Coimbra), Marjorie Jouen (Jacques Delors Institute)

25 August: Changing Gender Dynamics in Central Europe: States and Civil Rights, Chair: Izabella Agárdi (iASK, Panelists: Weronika Grzebalska (iASK, Polish Academy of Sciences), Jody Jensen (iASK), Andrea Pető (CEU)

 

20 October 2017: The New Solidarity Debate: Arguments and Cons – Austerity vs Social Cohesion – About the EU’s New Cohesion Guidelines, with Jody Jensen, Ferenc Miszlivetz, Majorie Joen, Stuart Holland

 

2017 November 13: Catholic University of Leuven, International Studies Department: Lecture: The Future of Europe

 

11-12 December 2017: Young Researchers Forum: Sources of Modern Dissent

17 December 2017: The Future of Europe Lecture Series: Muslims in Europe: Integration or Isolation? Ahmet Evan

Fall Debate Series: In the European and Global Governance Laboratory the following young research seminars occured: Can Europe Make it? – The Future of the Catalan-Spanish Relations; Sources of Modern Dissent.

3-4 December 2017: “Transformation to a Wisdom-based Society,” The Club of Budapest Impact Program, Budapest, Hungary

 

2018

Teaching Spring 2018:

Jody Jensen: The Future of Europe in a Global Context: Polity, Policy, and Governance at the University of Pannonia, Kőszeg campus; seminar on Economic Inequality and Social Unrest: Consequences for Social Cohesion in Europe also during the summer university.

Teaching Fall 2018:

Jody Jensen: The Future of Europe in a Global Context: Polity, Policy, and Governance at the University of Pannonia, Kőszeg campus; seminar on Democracy, Solidarity and the European Crisis to International Studies students.

Events and Activities

March 2018: Attended “The Construction of European Identity”, part of the series “European Year of Cultural Heritage”, with EU Commissioner from Hungary Tibor Navracsics

28-30 March 2018: 25th International Conference of Europeanists, Chicago, organized by the Council for European Studies, presentation: Reframing Europe’s Future in an Age of Uncertainty

2 March 2018: Book review and Roundtable: Liquid Nationalism and State Partitions in Europe

19 March 2018: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series:From Monnet to Merkel – Ambitions, Illusions and Realities, Stuart Holland

16 April 2018: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series:Imagining European Unity since 1000 AD – Reflecting on Long-term European History, Patrick Pasture

17 April 2018: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series:The Invention of European Human Rights, Patrick Pasture:

24 April 2018: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series:Real-Existing Democracy and its Discontents in Europe and Elsewhere, Philippe Schmitter

2 May 2018: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series: The Ottomans in Europe, Ahmet Evin

25 October 2018: Europe in a Global Context Lecture Series:Can Europe Make it? – The Future of the Catalan-Spanish Relations 

 

2019

Teaching Spring 2019:

 

Jody Jensen: The Future of Europe in a Global Context: Polity, Policy, and Governance; seminar on Economic Inequality and Social Unrest: Consequences for Social Cohesion in Europe annually and during the summer universities.

Teaching Fall 2019:

Jody Jensen: Europe in a Global Context to International Studies students at the University of Pannonia Kőszeg campus; students from Syria, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Hungary; seminar on Democracy, Solidarity and the European Crisis to International Studies students.

 

Activities 2019

17-19 January 2019: 7th International Conference “Ohrid –Vodici, 2019” in Skopje, Ohrid and Struga, N. Macedonia, presentation: “On European Complexities”

 

11-14 February 2019: UNESCO Management of Social Transformation (UNESCO MOST) Winter School: Intercultural Heritage and the Complexity of Sustainability – A Future-Oriented Central European Approach

 

5 March 2019: The Future of Europe Lecture Series: Éva Bóka: The Modernisation of States and International relations in a Historical Perspective: Europe, China and Japan.

13 March 2019: Research Fellow Seminar: Augustin Nguh: “International Migration from Anglophone Cameroon: The Phenomenon of Bushfalling and Return”.

26 March 2019: Seminar: “Expanded Reason: The Potentials of Anthropocentric Science,” panelists: György Csepeli (professor emeritus, social-psychologist, FTI-iASK), Miklós Papp (greek catholic priest, theologian, –Sapientia College of Theology of Religious Order). Moderator: Gergő Süveges (MTVA – Public Broadcaster Kossuth Radió)

6-9 April 2019: Symposium and Workshop: “Building Worlds, and Breaking Them,Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Science Fiction: Coping with a Complex Future”, with Peter Watts (Canadian science fiction writer); Jody Jensen presented paper “Random Thoughts and Scattered Reflections.”

 

12-14 April 2019: A Soul for Europe Conference 2019 in Berlin – Towards A European Citizens’ Convention. Panel speakers. https://iask.hu/en/video/a-soul-for-europe-conference-2019-towards-a-european-citizens-convention/, Berlin, Germany; June: Workshop on Memory and Populist Politics in Southeastern Europe; . https://iask.hu/en/video/a-soul-for-europe-conference-2019-towards-a-european-citizens-convention/

 

14 May 2019: Research Fellow Seminar: Filip Lyapov: “Europeanizing Memory and History in Post-Socialist Bulgaria.”

17 June 2019: Workhop on Book Project: Memory and Populist Politics in Southeastern Europe.

 

18 June 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Lovro Krajl: “Scholarship on Fascism and Right-Wing Populism: Debates, Entanglements and Divergences

 

28 June- 6 July 2019: 24th International Summer University: ”1989-2019: 30 Years After” Central Europe in a Global Context. Polányi Centre contributions included: “Social Entrepreneurship (Grassroots Mobilization before and after 1989)”.

October 2019: Visit to IASS, Potsdam, Germany; Oct.: Lecture Series, George Schöpflin: “EU: Why and Where are We Integrated?”

7 October 2019: Contextuality Workshop, organised by Gábor Hofer-Szabó, lecture: “Between Social and Classical: Contextuality in Quantum Theory.”

8 October 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Rafal Smoczynski: “Moral Panic, Moral Regulation and Central-East European Migrants in the UK.”

9 October 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Ádám Kun: “Cooperation Among Humans – An Introduction.”

15 October 2019: The Future of Europe Lecture Series, George Schöpflin: “EU: Why and Where are We Integrated?”

21 October 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Marco Puleri: “Ukrainian, Russophone, Russian: From Culture to Politics.”

22 October 2019: Academic Workshop organised by iASK and University of Pannonia on “Human Species and Civilization under Threat”

28 October 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Marija Ivanovic: “Performing (Im)Possible States: Media Representations of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Republika Srpska in Light of the Migration ‘Crisis’.”

28 October 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, László Gergely Szücs: “The NSU-trial in the Context of Critical Theories of Publicity.”

4 November 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, József Berács: “The Renaissance of Polányi's Market Perception.”

5 November 2019: The Future of Europe Lecture Series, István Stumpf:Fighting for Identity – European Challenges and Central European Realities”.

7-10 November 2019: IVth Annual Blue Sky Conference, Budapest: Jody Jensen presented “Angels and Demons and the Fight for the Soul of Europe”

 

12 November 2019: The Future of Europe Lecture Series, Ferenc Hörcher: “Nationalism and Conservativism in Contemporary Europe - with special attention to Britain and the V4 countries.”

18 November 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Zbigniew Bujak: “Social Agreement as a European Phenomenon.”

18 November 18: Research Fellow Seminar, Naid Makhmudov: “The Perception of ‘Others’ (Migrants) in Russian Online Media since the Beginning of the European Migrant Crisis.”

19 November 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Mario Neve: “Housing Identities, part I.”

20 November 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Ádám Kun: “The Effect of Culture on Cooperation.”

20 November 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Augustin Nguh: “Putting the Cart before the Horse: How EU-Africa Cooperation on Migration has Failed and What Should be Done about It.”

25 November 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Juozas Kasputis: “Beyond Hegelian Framework: From Super-State to International Governance.”

2 November 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Astrea Pejovic: “Social Life of Depleted Uranium: Citizenship and Memory Politics Twenty Years after the 1999 NATO Intervention in Serbia.”

26 November 2019: The Future of Europe Lecture Series, John Larkin: “Brexit and the European Legal Cooperation”.

2 December 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Sanja Angelovska: “The Basic Psychological Narrative (Stereotypes and Prejudice) Behind (Inter)Group Conflict(s).”

2 December 2019: The Future of Europe Lecture Series, György Schöpflin: “Developments in the EU: Breaking.”

3 December 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Leda Sutlovic: “‘Worker Mother’ at Home – (Post)socialist Transformations of Croatian Gender Policies.”

3 December 2019: Polányi Centre Fellow Seminar, Mario Neve: “Housing Identities, part II.”

 

4 December 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Igor Stipic: “Aesthetics of Order – Poetics of Resistance: ‘Pravda za Davida’ as new ‘distribution of the sensible’?”

 

5 December 2019: Research Fellow Seminar, Rafal Smoczynski: “Moral Panic, Moral Regulation and Central-East European Migrants in the UK.”

 

Publications

 

Books and Edited Volumes

2019    Faultlines and Frontlines of European Transformation, ed. Jody Jensen

2019    Risk, Responsibility and Resilience. New Strategies in the Labyrinths of Uncertainty, ed. Jody Jensen.Kőszeg: iASK.

2017   A Cry for Freedom: Reflections on the 1956 Hungarian Revolution at the UN and Beyond, Katalin Bogyay, New York: Permanent Mission of Hungary to the United Nations, ed. Jody Jensen.

Articles in Referred Journals

2018“Европа в вихре перемен: центральноевропейские сценарии”. SovremennajaEvropaС 24 июня по 6 июля 2018.

2018 “A hankissizmus dialektikája”. Magyar Tudomány, 179: 10 pp. 1524-1529.

2018 “A társadalomtudományok új szerepe a komplexitás korában”.  Takács, M József (ed.) Hankiss Elemér Emlékkönyv Budapest, Magyarország : Helikon Kiadó, pp. 169-201.

2016    “A New Role for Management of the Social Sciences in an Age of Uncertainty.” Vezetéstudomány 10, pp. 51-61.

Edited Journals and Series

            Polányi Centre Working Papers and Publications

 

2019 Quantum’ and ‘Quantum-like’: An Introduction to Quantum Theory and its Applications in Cognitive and Social Sciences, by Thomas Filk, Edited by Jody Jensen. iASK Polányi Centre Working Paper.

 

2018   At the Intersection of Migration and Populist Politics, Marco Zoppi, Elena Alekseenkova, Felix Bender, Tara Hopkins, Goran Gumze, Gabriele Matzner, II. 2018/WP1

 

2018  Memory and Populist Politics, Lovro Kralj, Igor Stipić, Marija Ivanovic, Astrea Pejović, II.2018/WP04

2017    Europe in the Global Context, Danilo Türk, II.2017/WP01.

2017   Social Scientific Inquiry in an Age of Uncertainty, Jody Jensen, I.2017/WP02.

2017   The Politics of Solidarity and Contentiousness – Migration and Rights, Jody Jensen, ed., I.2017/WP03.

2017  Displacement, Denial and Projective Identification: Psychology, Politics and European Disintegration, Stuart Holland:, Jody Jensen, ed., II.2017/WP03.

2017  Democratic Transition in Taiwan and in Hungary, Máté Szabó, Jody Jensen, ed, II. 2017/WP04.

 

2017  Quantum Mechanics and the Meaning of Life, Elemér Hankiss, Jody Jensen, ed., 2017.

 

2016   Studies in Contentious Politics, Jody Jensen, Igor Stipic and Dimitar Nikolovski, Jody Jensen, ed., II.2016/WP01.

 

2016  Central European Studies – Central Europe in a Global Context, Iván Bába, Michal Vasecka and Stefano Bianchini, II.2016/WP02.

2016   Advanced Research on the Global Economy – Transnational Economies and Management, Stuart Holland, Teresa Carla Oliveira, Anikó Magasházi and Andrew Black: II.2016/WP03.

2016   Central European Studies: “Trans” without “Formation” – Reloaded, Jody Jensen, II.2016/WP04.