The event which is dedicated to the study of American culture and the strengthening of Hungarian-American ties was the initiation of then guest Fulbright Professor, Dr. Scott Campbell from Nazareth College, Rochester, NY in 2008 and has become a widely known, popular and successful encounter between Hungarian and American lecturers, professors, officials and professionals to the benefit of both the inhabitants of the town and its environs in general and high school and university students in particular.
From diplomacy and history to civilization, arts, literature, environment, politics, business, philosophy, sociology and law these events will both explore, analyze and bring you closer to American culture from a variety of different perspectives.
Most of the events will involve lectures and panel discussions (featured talks) starting in the early afternoons from Monday to Thursday.
On Thursday April 15 at 16.30 pm after the featured talks, we will also have the Opening of the Photo Exhibition entitled “Welcome, Mr. President! – American Presidents in Hungary” in the ground-floor exhibition hall of the County Library.
Opening Address by representatives of the American Embassy, Nazareth College and the University of Pannonia, Keynote Speech by John Balian, Cultural Attache from the American Embassy, Budapest.
“America Week” is also sponsored by the the Embassy of the United States of America and the Hungarian Fulbright Commission in Budapest.
These events are free. The language of the talks is English.
All are cordially invited to attend.
For more information, contact the American Corner Veszprem.