[MaFLa] Ratio Civilis konferencia meghívó

Hörcher Ferenc horcher.ferenc at btk.ppke.hu
Fri Nov 17 06:19:34 CET 2017


Kedves Kollégák,

kétnapos konferenciára invitálunk minden érdeklődőt:

“Ratio Civilis”
The Transformation of Urban Political Cultures in the Age of the Reformation

A konferencia témafelvetése:

"As recent scholarship tends to stress, the early modern period was not one of decline in the history of European cities. While scholars traditionally used to claim that European cities were over the peak of their development by the end of the 16th, or at the latest by the middle of the 17th century, modern historiography tends to emphasize the opposite: many cities were quite successful in preserving their political breathing space even after the treaty of Westphalia.
>Taking into consideration that early modernity gave birth both to the modern territorial state and the newly established Reformed centres and networks of ecclesiastical power, one wonders what kind of political cultures urban elites helped to foster in this context?"

A konferencia kiemelt előadói: Hans W. Blom (Erasmus University, Rotterdam), Stefan Ehrenpreis (Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck)

A konferencia időpontja: 2017. november 17-18.
Helyszíne: MTA BT Filozófiai Intézet, 1097 Budapest, Tóth Kálmán utca 4. 7. emelet, Trapéz terem

A konferencia honlapja a további részletekkel:
http://ratiocivilis.webnode.hu/

Program:

Day 1. (17 November 2017)
Keynote Lecture:
9.30-10.30 Hans W. Blom (Erasmus University, Rotterdam): The Religious Origins of City Republicanism: the case of Holland
Panel 1.: Case Studies of Early Modern Cities
10.30-11.00 Kálmán Tóth: The Educational Policy of the Sopron Town Council in View of the Lutheran Lycée's Historiography
11.00-11.30 Borbála Lovas (MTA-ELTE, HECE, Budapest): The City Judges, the Centumviri, and the Unitarian Bishop - Cluj-Napoca in the End of the 16th Century
11.30.-12.00 Béla Mester (Institute of Philosophy, HAS, Budapest): The Town and Its Countryside as a Religious and Political Community, and as an Audience of Printed Sermons

Lunch break

13.00-13.30 Márton Zászkaliczky (Institute for Literary Studies, HAS): City Reformation in Political Vacuum - Urban Reformations in the Saxon-Lutheran City of Brassow and the Market City of the Hungarian Calvinist Debrecen
13.30-14.00 Povilas Dikavičius (CEU, Budapest): Somber Celebrations in the Urban Context Burgher Funerary Rituals in Multiconfessional 17th c. Vilnius
14.00-14.30 Attila Tózsa-Rigó (University of Miskolc): Die Struktur der politischen Elite in der Stadt Pressburg in den ersten Jahrzehnten der Reformation
Panel 2.: The Ottoman Empire and Early Modern Urban Culture
15.00-15.30 József Balázs (PPKE, Budapest): An Islamic Encyclopaedia from Basel, in the Reformation Period
15.30-16.00 Kristóf Szuromi (PPKE, Budapest): The Ottoman Image as Part of Cultural Transfer in Reformation era Cities
16.00-16.30 Sándor Őze (PPKE, Budapest): Reformation und Grenzgebiete - Zur Verbreitung der Reformation in den ungarisch besiedelten Gebieten

Day 2. (18 November 2017)
Keynote Lecture:
9.30-10.30 Stefan Ehrenpreis (Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck): European urban reformations and early modern political culture: agents of change and the revolution of communication
Panel 3.: Urban Reformation from Theoretical Perspectives

10.30-11.00 Ferenc Hörcher (Institute of Philosophy, HAS, Budapest): Prudentia Civilis - Political Theory and Practice in Early Modern Cities
11.00-11.30 Matthias Riedl (CEU, Budapest): Thomas Müntzer and the Cities
11.30-12.00 Barnabás Guitman (PPKE, Budapest): Politias sunt opera Dei - Leonhard Stöckels Lehre von der Regierung
Lunch break
13.00-13.30 Iwona Barwicka-Tylek (Jagellonian University, Cracow): Republicanism against Urbanism: Polish view on Cities in the Early Modern Period
13.30-14.00 Adam Smrcz (Institute of Philosophy, HAS): The Role of the City in Neostoic thinking - the case of Guillaume du Vair

Minden érdeklődőt szeretettel várunk.

Hörcher Ferenc, egyetemi tanár, és Smrcz Ádám, segédmunkatárs, a konferencia szervezői


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