Programs

  • Guest presenter: David Snyder, Legal Attaché US Embassy Budapest
  • Guest presenter: David Snyder, Legal Attaché US Embassy Budapest
  • For all ages and level of English. If you would like to improve your speaking skills and meet new people, join the club on Tuesday afternoons.
  • Would you like to learn about photography, video making, and journalism with hands-on activities? Do you want to know what free press is? Do you want to change the way people think about the world? Do you want to know how to get your word out effectively? Do you want to strengthen your media skills?
  • American Corner Debrecen is educating children on sustainability to develop awareness of and respect for the environment through hands-on activites.
  • Maristella Feustle is the Music Special Collections Librarian at the University of North Texas, and the current chair of the Music Library Association Preservation Committee. Her research interests include digital humanities, music and diplomacy, and jazz history. Being in charge of the Willis Conover collection she has presented on music and public diplomacy, and specifically on the role of Willis Conover, in Dortmund, Germany, and Warsaw, Poland, as well as in the United States. She lives in Denton, Texas, and is active as a jazz guitarist in the Dallas area.
  • American Corner Debrecen and the U.S. Embassy in Budapest cordially invite you to a presentation on "Time for Jazz..." - Willis Conover and Jazz Culture behind the Iron Curtain with Maristella Feustle, Music Special Collections Librarian at the University of North Texas and Chair of the Music Library Association Preservation Committee, jazz guitarist.
  • Maristella Feustle is the Music Special Collections Librarian at the University of North Texas, and the current chair of the Music Library Association Preservation Committee. Her research interests include digital humanities, music and diplomacy, and jazz history. Being in charge of the Willis Conover collection she has presented on music and public diplomacy, and specifically on the role of Willis Conover, in Dortmund, Germany, and Warsaw, Poland, as well as in the United States. She lives in Denton, Texas, and is active as a jazz guitarist in the Dallas area.
  • Two very special guests will be giving talks at the Institute of English and American Studies at the University of Debrecen. Maristella Feustle from the University of North Texas and Kevin Killer from South-Dakota will be discussing The Legacy of Willis Conover in Hungary – Jazz Culture behind the Iron Curtain and Native America Today – Challenges and Opportunities.
  • For all ages and level of English. If you would like to improve your speaking skills and meet new people, join the club on Tuesday afternoons.