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Kosztümkönyvek és albumok a kora újkori Habsburg-oszmán határvidékről

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A MERCURIALES sorozat

negyedik szemeszterének hetedik előadása.
The seventh lecture of the fourth semester of
MERCURIALES series.

Robyn Radway (Princeton / CEU):
Kosztümkönyvek és albumok a kora újkori Habsburg-oszmán határvidékről

(Az előadás nyelve: magyar)

November 29., szerda, 16.00
29th November, Wednesday, 4 p.m.
ELTE, Budapest, Múzeum krt. 4/A, #329

Az ELTE BTK MIKI Régi Magyar Irodalomtörténeti Tanszéke és az MTA-ELTE Humanizmus Kelet-Közép-Európában Lendület Kutatócsoport MERCURIALES címmel szerda délutánonként 16.00 órai kezdettel szemináriumsorozatot szervez, ahol elsősorban még folyamatban levő, formálódó kutatásokat kívánunk bemutatni. A problémafelvető előadások hossza 30-45 perc, amelyet vita követ. [Részletek]

Lázs Sándor előadása

A MERCURIALES sorozat

negyedik szemeszterének ötödik előadása.

The fifth lecture of the fourth semester of

MERCURIALES series.

Lázs Sándor

Tévedések végjátéka: Másolat vagy átdolgozás?

November 8., szerda, 16.00

8th november, Wednesday, 4 p.m.

ELTE, Budapest, Múzeum krt. 4/A, #329

Az ELTE BTK MIKI Régi Magyar Irodalomtörténeti Tanszéke és az MTA-ELTE Humanizmus Kelet-Közép-Európában Lendület Kutatócsoport MERCURIALES címmel szerda délutánonként 16.00 órai kezdettel szemináriumsorozatot szervez, ahol elsősorban még folyamatban levő, formálódó kutatásokat kívánunk bemutatni. A problémafelvető előadások hossza 30-45 perc, amelyet vita követ. [Részletek]

Mercuriales

Az ELTE Magyar Irodalom- és Kultúratudományi Intézetének Régi Magyar Irodalom Tanszéke és az MTA-ELTE Humanizmus Kelet-Közép-Európában Lendület Kutatócsoportja Mercuriales címmel szerda délutánonként szemináriumsorozatot indít útjára, ahol elsősorban még folyamatban levő, formálódó kutatásokat kívánunk bemutatni. A problémafelvető előadások hossza 30-45 perc, amelyet vita követ.
2016 tavaszi félévében az alábbi nyilvános előadásokat tartjuk, amelyeken minden érdeklődőt szeretettel várunk. A helyszín: ELTE BTK, 1088, Múzeum krt. 4/A, 4. emelet, 417.

Febr. 10. 16 óra: Alexandra Baneu (Kolozsvár): Pelbartus of Themeswar on Education – the ‘Addiscere’ Chapter of the Rosarium
Febr. 17. 16 óra: Kiss Farkas Gábor (Bp.): Népnyelv és latin a késő-középkori magyarországi domonkos oktatásban (Leonard Huntpichler: Directio pedagogorum)
Febr. 24. 16 óra: Nagy Emőke (Kolozsvár): Szent Anna alakja a középkori magyar irodalomban és külföldi párhuzamok alapján
Márc. 2. 16 óra: Ács Pál (Bp.): Radikális Holbein? – A “Halott Krisztus” (1521-22) értelmezései
Márc. 9. 16 óra: Nagy Levente (Bp.): A román reformáció magyar vonatkozásai a 16. században
Márc. 16. 16 óra: Lucie Storchová (Prága): Reconsidering Humanism(s) in East Central Europe? The  Case of Humanism in the Czech Lands (c. 1480-1630)
Márc. 23. 16 óra Lovas Borbála (Bp.): Enyedi György Explicationes-ének “groningeni” kiadása új adatok tükrében
Márc. 30.-Ápr. 6. Elmarad
Április 13. 16 óra: Molnár Dávid (Bp.): Báthory Miklós Cicerót olvas
Április 20. [Részletek]

Crossing borders. The transmission of religious texts and the migration of scholars in late medieval and early modern Europe – Training school of the COST Action IS1301

The training school of the COST Action IS1301 (New Communities of Reading: Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe) was launched yesterday with the participation of eight professors and thirteen MA and PhD students, invited to Hungary from all over Europe (Belgium, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain). The event is organized by prof. dr. August den Hollander, with the collaboration of prof. dr. István Monok and dr. Farkas Gábor Kiss, and hosted by the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

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Crossing borders. The transmission of religious texts and the migration of scholars in late medieval and early modern Europe

Crossing borders. The transmission of religious texts and the migration of scholars in late medieval and early modern Europe

December 7-9, 2015, Budapest

Training School COST Action IS1301

The training school organized with the support of the COST Action IS 1301 will kick off within two weeks with doctoral students coming  from all over Europe (Cluj-Napoca, Leuven, Modena, Nijmegen, Sevilla, Turku, Warsaw), and with professors from Amsterdam and Budapest. If interested, please contact one of the organizers. We are looking forward to meeting our guests!

Organizers: Dr. Farkas Gabor Kiss (Eötvös Loránd University), prof.dr. István Monok (Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences) & prof.dr. August den Hollander (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam).

 

7/12 – Location morning session: The Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, V. arrond., Arany János str. 1, small conference room

9:30 Welcome, introductions and preliminaries

prof.dr. István Monok, prof.dr. August den Hollander

István Monok is General Director of the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Professor for Cultural History at the Eszterházy Károly University of Applied Sciences, Eger, and Professor for Book- and Information Sciences at Szeged University.

10:30 Coffee break
10:45

Lecture/workshop 1, incl. discussion

 

prof.dr. Pál Ács: Erasmus and the Maccabees

Pál Acs is senior fellow of the Center of Renaissance Studies, Institute for Literary Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

11:40

Lecture/workshop 2, incl.

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Religious practices and everyday life (1350-1570) – Call for Papers

Religious practices and everyday life (1350-1570)

An accumulation of various converging evidence from the ‘long fifteenth century’ seems to suggest that all around Europe religious practices did not simply spread — they changed. Often they became intensified and more personal: hence the multiplication of books, leaflets, images and also other types of material objects – for example rosaries – whose production seems to have been prompted by an array of increasing demands for them which are revealing and significant in their own right. Such religious tools correspondingly supported and, so it would appear, modified daily devotions in their own intriguing ways.

For the next COST-meeting of Working Group n° 2 (Lisbon, 22-24 March 2016), we would like to gather, analyze, compare and explore the evidence we have of continuities and shifts in such daily religious practices, with special but not exclusive attention to the following:

– temporalities – the religious rythms and the ways in which people’s hours, days, weeks, months and years were structured;

– sacraments and any intervention of an ecclesiastical or spiritual guidance at the crucial moments of human life (birth, weddings, vows, death). The redaction and reception of artes moriendi, for example, could provide interesting case studies for tackling such a topic;

– institutional or social contexts for religious gestures and behaviours (such as the family); the social dimension of religious life and the various forms of socializing connected with them;

– the dynamic materiality of religious tools and devotional rituals (use of books and other objects in devotional rituals or activities);

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Crossing borders. The transmission of religious texts and the migration of scholars in late medieval and early modern Europe

Training School COST Action IS1301 – Budapest, 7-9 December 2015

Organisation & Aims

COST Action IS1301, studying „New Communities of Interpretation. Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe“ is a research network uniting over 120 researchers from 21 European countries. To contribute to the creation of research networks within and outside academia, it furthers connections between experienced scholars, regional and national archives and libraries as well as the upcoming generations of researchers.

 

The COST Action is proud to present a Training school on “Crossing borders. The transmission of religious texts and the migration of scholars in late medieval and early modern Europe”. The focus of the Training School is on European networks of knowledge exchange, focussing on shared texts, practices, experiences and attitudes in the domestication and commodification of knowledge sources.

 

The venue of the Training School is the Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, V. arrond., Arany János str. 1. Organizers: Dr. Farkas Gabor Kiss (Eötvös Loránd University), prof.dr. István Monok (Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences) & prof.dr. August den Hollander (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam).

 

Call for Applications: Closing 9 November, 2015!

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Call for Papers – NeoLatina in Freiburg i. Br.

Call for papers

18th NeoLatina 2016 Freiburg i.Br., 17–18 June 2016

Neo-Latin Metre

Scholarship so far has rarely taken notice of the various metrical innovations and experiments in the theory and practice of Latin poets from ca. 1400 to 1800. Contrary to common belief, Latin poets of this time did not always follow classical metrical standards. From the invention of new feet, metres, lines and stanzas (e.g. in Pindarism) to the adaptation of stress accent and vernacular metre (e.g. in Mario Bettini or late Catholic school drama) to the large field of irregular, expressive and free verse (e.g. in Julius Caesar Scaliger and the ‘literary inscriptions’) there are many phenomena which have been seen and touched on now and there but which have never been collected and comparatively discussed. No doubt a number of related phenomena have also gone completely unnoticed. The NeoLatina conference 2016 and the planned edited volume based on it intend to explore the field and trace the outlines of genuinely Neo-Latin metrics for the first time.

Registration: Suggestions for papers should contain a working title and a short abstract of ca. 100 words. Please submit your suggestions by 31 December 2015 via email to stefan.tilg@altphil.uni-freiburg.de. For participation without a paper no registration is needed.

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SISMEL a Budapest / A SISMEL Budapesten

2015. október 6.-9. között a SISMEL és a Cassinói Egyetem 12 középlatin irodalommal foglalkozó doktorandusza volt látogatóban Budapesten, Forrai Réka irányításával. Köszönjük a program szervezésében és lebonyolításában részt vevő kollégák (a teljesség igénye nélkül: Kóta Péter, Mayer Gyula, Szovák Kornél, Klaniczay Gábor, Madas Edit, Boreczky Anna, Ekler Péter, Falvay Dávid, ELTE Egyetemi Könyvtár, Monok István, Tóth Gábor, Mátyus Norbert, Armando Nuzzo) segítségét!

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SISMEL-vendégség / SISMEL at HECE

Október 6-9. között  a középkorkutatás egyik fontos központjának, a firenzei SISMEL középkori és reneszánsz doktori programjának doktoranduszait látja vendégül a HECE. A diákoknak lehetőségük nyílik megismerkedni a budapesti középlatin és reneszánszkutatás fontosabb gyűjteményeivel.

További információkkal a program szervezője, Forrai Réka tud szolgálni (forrai@sdu.dk).

Programme

For further details, please contact the organizer, Réka Forrai (forrai@sdu.dk)

Oct. 6 Tuesday

Morning  Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, Múzeum krt. 4A, A/415.
9:30-10:30 Farkas Gábor Kiss (MTA-ELTE Humanism in East Central Europe): The manuscript heritage of medieval Hungary – An Introduction
11:00-11:45 Farkas Gábor Kiss: The beginnings of humanism as a historical narrative in Hungary
12:00-12:30 Kornél Szovák (MTA Research Centre on Ancient Studies), Project and database presentation: The Dictionary of Medieval Latin in Hungary

Afternoon Central European University, Nádor u. 9, Medieval Studies
14:00 Gábor Klaniczay: Legends of central European holy kings

Oct. 7 Wednesday
Morning Eötvös Loránd University Library, Manuscript Department, Ferenciek tere 6
10:00 Dávid Falvay (ELTE): Manoscritti italiani in Ungheria
11:00 Réka Forrai (University of South Denmark): A fragment of the Latin pseudo-Dionysius in Hungary

Afternoon Central European University, Nador u. 9, Medieval Studies
15:30 Meeting with the doctoral students of the Medieval Studies Department of the Central European University – Presentation of Phd project of Igor Razum: A Century of Learning: Transferring the Canons of the Fourth Lateran Council into Central Europe

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