UC Berkeley Colloquium

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the
1956 Hungarian Revolution and Freedeom Fight

Tuesday, 24 October 2006
6:30 pm

Sibley Auditorium
Bechtel Engineering Center
University of California at Berkeley

PROGRAM

Introductions
Wayne Phillips


"Memories of the Hungarian Revolution and its Aftermath"
Kati Marton, journalist, writer, human rights activist

"What Hungary Lost the World Gained: 1956'ers in Historical Perspective"
Prof. Jason Wittenberg, Dept. of Political Science, UC Berkeley

"Budapest to Berkeley"
Dr. Istvan Gorog, President, and CEO, CAPA Technologies, Inc.


"Hungary, The Country of Knowledge"
Prof. Gabor Somorjai, Dept. of Chemistry, UC Berkeley


The Colloquium is open to the public.

Organizers:
San Francisco Bay Area Remember Hungary 1956 Committee
Honorary Consulate of Hungary, Northern California and Nevada (San Mateo, CA)
Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, UC Berkeley


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