PANEL CE1

Conceptualizing and Operationalizing Ethnicity  

Case Studies in Policy Design

Session I

Wednesday (May 5):
8.00-9.30 AM EST

CHAIR

Sherrill Stroschein

(UCL, UK)

s.stroschein@ucl.ac.uk 

PAPERS

Sara Hungler

(Institute for Legal Studies, Hungary)

sara.hungler@gmail.com

Defining and Circumventing the “Deserving” and “Idle Poor”: 

The Roma and the COVID-19 Employment Package in Hungary

 

Szabolcs Pogonyi

(Central European U, Austria)

pogonyi@ceu.edu

Populist Nationalism and Citizenship in the EU

 

Balazs Dobos

(Institute for Minority Studies, Hungary)

balazs.dobos@gmail.com

Conceptualization, Operationalizaton and Efficiency:

The Case of Non-Territorial Cultural Autonomies in Central and South Eastern Europe

 

Andras L. Pap

(Institute for Legal Studies, Hungary)

pap.andras.laszlo@gmail.com

Definitions Matter: Hate Crime Legislation, Identity Politics, and Penal Populism

 

DISCUSSANT

Katalin F. Rac

(U of Florida, US)

katalin.rac@ufl.edu

 

Wednesday May 5, 8.00-9.30 AM EST 

Central Europe

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