The Budapest Fellowship Program was launched by Mathias Corvinus Collegium and the Hungary Foundation, in cooperation with Ludovika - University of Public Service. The fully funded program provides a unique opportunity for American scholars and professionals to gain a deeper understanding of Central Europe, especially Hungarian history and culture. The Budapest Fellowship Program offers thematic seminars, extensive networking opportunities, and monthly field trips in Hungary and the neighboring countries.
Fellows have the opportunity to conduct research guided by a mentor, to give lectures, and to hold seminars and workshops in the specialized training programs of Mathias Corvinus Collegium. In addition to their academic activities at MCC, fellows gain practical experience at a Budapest based host institution. The objective of this 10-month program is to build a network of American scholars and professionals who are deeply acquainted with the driving forces of Hungarian history and culture.
Publications of the participants of the Budapest Fellowship Program:
Nicole Nemeth / Senior Fellow
- Why is the person of America's new chief justice important? - Corvins Blog
- Why This Justice Matters - Corvinas Blog
Ryan Brockhaus / Senior Fellow
- New Weapons Acquisitions Show Hungary's Moving Full Speed Ahead with Defense Modernization Program - Antall József Tudásközpont
- Supreme Court Nomination Battle in US Sets Up Ideological Paradigm Shift - Ludovika - University of Public Service
Stephen Sholl / Junior Fellow
- A hitvalló egyház mártírjai Magyarországon 1945 és 1989 között (Martyrs of the confessional church in Hungary between 1945 and 1989)- Újkor.hu
- A Nemzeti Emlékezet Bizottsága 2014–2015-ös évkönyve amerikai szemmel (National Remembrance Committee Yearbook 2014–2015 from an American perspective) - Újkor.hu
- A Communist Christmas Story - National Review
- Király légy bár, jöjj és reszketve nézz!” – Egy amerikai benyomásai a Memento Parkról - ("Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!" - An American's impressions of Memento Park) – Újkor.hu
For more information please follow this link: https://www.hungaryfoundation.org/budapest-fellowship-program/