Created: 2022.04.28. 08:00
Modified: 2022.07.13. 09:41

Scientific Conference

Conference date: May 6, 2022. (Friday).
Location: Hungarian Language Teacher Training Faculty, Subotica, Strossmayer str. 11., Szerbia

The aim of the conference organized by the Hungarian Language Teacher Training Faculty in Subotica, University of Novi Sad is to give an insight into the work of institutions and workshops in Hungary and Serbia researching traditional ecological knowledge. Another goal of the conference is to initiate discussion on the methodological variety of research on traditional ecological knowledge, its plausible use in the context of heritage and community.

The motivation for our action of this kind is the fact that there is a need for new departments and workshops within the organizing institution, as well as an IPA project, namely the Interreg–IPA CBC Hungary–Serbia programme (HUSRB/1903/33/0103) under the title „More than worth it: Recycling of the cultural heritage of Backa”. The project has been implemented in cooperation with the „Türr István” Museum in Baja and the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Vojvodina, its aim is to discover traditional ecological knowledge, by fieldwork and antropological research, collecting narrative research material, its organization into databases and the promotion of local use and application of the collected data.

Our conference schedule includes lectures of professors and professionals, presentations on recent publications related to the topic of the conference, as well as the presentation of the IPA project mentioned above.



10.00 – 10. 45 Registration

10. 45 – 11. 00 Opening

11. 00 – 12. 45 Discourses of traditional ecological knowledge

11. 00 – 11. 15
Dániel Babai (Budapest, Hungary)
Zsolt Molnár (Vácrátót, Hungary)
Traditional ecological knowledge and its research in the Carpathian Basin

11.15 – 11. 30
Klára Szabados (Novi Sad, Serbia)
The significance of traditional knowledge in nature conservation and landscape protection

11. 30 –11. 45
Zita N. Kovács (Baja, Hungary)
More than worthit: Recycling of the cultural heritage of Backa

11. 45 – 12. 00
László Mód (Szeged, Hungary)
András Simon (Szeged, Hungary)
Ethno houses transmitting local ecological knowledge?

12. 00 – 12. 15
Pál Géza Balogh (Pécs, Hungary)
Old-house in Kóspallag – involved action research as a transformative project

12. 15 – 12. 30
Judit Farkas (Pécs, Hungary)
Humans and Nature: Examples of Ecovillages

12. 30 – 12. 45 Discussion

12. 45 – 14. 00 Lunch break

14. 00 – 14. 45 Written sources, historical contexts, ecological memory

14. 00 – 14. 15
Anna Varga (Pécs, Hungary)
Great-mulberry tree and enclosure – Projects of an ecologist at the department ofethnographic-cultural anthropology

14. 15 – 14. 30
Kelemen Kothencz (Baja, Hungary)
Local ecological knowledge in the mirror of the autobiography of a watermiller from Baja

14. 30 –14. 45
Ferenc Németh (Subotica, Serbia)
Sustainable kitchen techniques, solutions for missing ingredients and wartime food management – the example of a cookbook from WWI in Zrenjanin

14. 45 – 15. 00 Discussion

15.00 – 15. 15 Coffee break

15. 15 – 16. 30 Traditional ecological knowledge, local values in practice (case studies)

15. 15 – 15. 30
Alen Kiš (Novi Sad, Serbia), Klára, Szabados (Novi Sad, Serbia), Marianna, Biró (Vácrátót, Hungary), László, Demeter (Vácrátót, Hungary), Babai, Dániel (Budapest, Hungary), Ranko Perić (Novi Sad, Serbia), Marko Đapić (Novi Sad, Serbia), Zoran Galić (Novi Sad, Serbia), Radenko Ponjarac (Petrovaradin, Serbia), Jelena Marinkov( Debrecen, Hungary),  Zsolt, Molnár (Vácrátót, Hungary)

Habitat management by traditional pig herding

15. 30 – 15. 45
Réka Kurucz (Pécs, Hungary)
The Relation of Landscape Structure, Identity and Winegrowing in the Western part of the Villány Wine Region

15. 45 – 16. 00
Vivien Apjok (Szeged, Hungary)
Creating Heritage from the Makó Onionin the 21st century

16. 00 – 16. 15
Mariann Balogh-Stampf (Mórahalom)
Local Values as Basic Elements of Touristic Products

16. 15 – 16. 30 Discussion

16. 30 – 16. 45 Coffee break

16. 45 – 18. 00 Research in Vojvodina

16. 45 – 17. 00
Zsófia Székely (Szeged, Hungary)
Tracing down cultural heritage in Vojvodina. Research on cultural values and forms of their protection

17. 00 – 17. 15
Viktor Fehér (Pécs, Hungary)
Judit Raffai (Subotica, Serbia)
Éva Vukov Raffai (Subotica, Serbia)
Ferenc Németh (Subotica, Serbia)
Csilla Vázsonyi (Senta, Serbia) 

Research goals and directions

– Research program of the project financed by the program Interreg–IPA CBC Hungary–Serbia under the title More than worthit: Recycling of the cultural heritage of Backa

17.15 – 17. 30
Csilla Vázsonyi (Senta, Serbia) 
Self-sustaining, cottage industry, handicraft
Traditional handcraft skills and natural materials in the middle of the 20th century in the Bácska region

17. 30 – 17. 45
Judit Raffai (Subotica, Serbia)
Éva Vukov Raffai (Subotica, Serbia)
Narrative knowledge and linguistic forms of saving strategies based on a fieldwork in the Backa region 

17. 45 – 18. 00 Closing words

This site uses cookies to personalize content and ads, to enable social media features and to analyze website traffic. You can read more about the "Show details" button.
This site uses cookies to personalize content and ads on the site.