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Asylum or Fortress? The Immigration Crisis and the Illusion of European Solidarity

Asylum or Fortress? The Immigration Crisis and the Illusion of European Solidarity

Wolff Conference Room, Room D1103, Albert and Vera List Academic Center
Students,  
Alumni,  
Faculty 

A talk with the esteemed Hungarian writer Peter Zilahy on the European migration crisis and its implications in European society. 

Peter Zilahy is one of Hungary’s most exciting, diverse writers. His dictionary novel, The Last Window Giraffe has been translated into 22 languages. It has won multiple awards, among them ‘The Book of the Year Prize’ in Ukraine where it directly influenced the Orange Revolution. Zilahy also did a Moth Mainstage Show at Symphony Space and he was recently on Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown on CNN.

 

Sponsored by the Transregional Center for Democratic Studies.



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