Reformation Course in Budapest

The Concept of the Long Reformation and the Literary History of Early Modern Hungary and Transylvania

While the course will be hosted by the Institute of Literary Studies the lectures and seminars will be given by the research fellows of the Renaissance Department. Thus 6 doctoral students will have the chance to have a scholarly dialogue and work together with some of the leading experts of early modern Hungarian and Neo-Latin literary culture.

The language of the course is Hungarian and all the attendants are students of early modern Hungarian literary studies. The course has been designed to cover three days of intensive teaching consisting of lectures and seminars, followed by a single day reserved for research in the library of the institute, and finally, concluded by a workshop during which the attending doctoral students would introduce their projects.

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About Jim

I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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