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METHODOLOGICAL QUESTIONS IN HISTORICAL RESEARCH - International Workshop

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METHODOLOGICAL QUESTIONS IN HISTORICAL RESEARCH

International Workshop

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Pécs 17–18 September 2018, Faculty Council Room

 

  

Monday, 17 September 2018

 

9.00 Opening

 

Dr. habil. Árpád HORNYÁK, Vice-Director of the Institute of History, University of Pécs

Dr. habil. Zoltán GŐZSY, Head of the Department of Modern History, University of Pécs

9. 15–10.45 Chair: Prof. Dr. Martin SCHEUTZ (Wien)

 

Tobias HÄMMERLE (University of Vienna): The picture of Sweden in the Holy Roman Empire. Auto- and heterostereotypes in German illustrated broadsheets during the Swedish Empire (stormaktstiden: 1611–1721)

Brigitta SCHVÉD (University of Pécs): The characteristics of Balance of Power Theory in Britain, 1689-1752 - Possibilities for analysis

 

Coffee break

 

11.00 – 12.30 Chair: Prof. Dr. Sándor PAPP (Szeged)

 

Mortaza FIRUZI (University of Szeged): The study of the name, ethnicity, and religion of Azerbaijan in Evliya Çelebi's Seyahatname: Using Google Earth map tools

 

Emine YÜKSEL (University of Szeged): The Voices and Texts of the Kızılbaş/Alevis in Anatolia: Oral History and Collective Memory in Historical Research

 

Lunch break

 

13.30 – 15.00 Chair: Prof. Dr. Thomas WINKELBAUER (Wien)

 

Sabine MIESGANG (University of Graz): Homo quidam nobilis abiit in regionem longinquam... – St. Leopold and the Habsburgs' piety in early modern panegyrics

Zsófia RUSZKAI (University of Pécs): Stages of the Resistance: Hungarian Bishops against the Habsburg Church Policy in the Eighteenth Century

Coffee break

 

15.15 – 16.45 Chair: Dr. habil. Sašo JERŠE (Ljubljana)

 

Henrik HŐNICH (ELTE Budapest): Konfrontations- und Abstimmungsprozesse in der Aufklärungszeit: Übersetzen als schöpferische Rezeption? Kulturtransfer, kulturelle Übersetzung und die Frage der Vermitteltheit politischer Diskurse im ostmitteleuropäischen Sprachraum im 18. Jahrhundert

Anton SNOJ (University of Ljubljana): Historical Anthropology of Law: The Methodology of Sergij Vilfan (1919–1996)

17.00 Sightseeing

 

Thuesday, 18 September 2018

 

9.30 – 11.00 Chair: Prof. Dr. Arno STROHMEYER (Salzburg/Vienna)

 

Aneliya STOYANOVA (University of Sofia): Türkenpolitik und innerdynastische Solidarität: Wien, Madrid und die Osmanen in der zweiten Hälfte des 16. Jahrhunderts

Christoph WÜRFLINGER (University of Salzburg): Die Medialität diplomatischer Korrespondenz. Kaiserliche Gesandte in Konstantinopel Mitte des 17. Jahrhunderts

Coffee break

 

11.15 – 12.45 Chair: Dr. Eva KOWALSKÁ DrSc. (Bratislava)

 

Milan GEORGIEVSKI (University of Bratislava): The City and Its Elites. A Case Study of Banská Bystrica (Neusohl) in the 16th Century

Markus FOCHLER (University of Wien): Between Esprit de Corps and Rivalry. Identity and Habitus of the Officer-Corps of the Infantry-Regiment "Hoch- und Deutschmeister" from 1696 to 1792

12.45 – 13.15 Closing remarks

 

Dr. habil. András FORGÓ (University of Pécs)

 

Methodological Questions in Historical Research – Tasks and Results

 

Lunch break

 

14.00  Excursion to Szigetvár (Fortress, Ottoman memorial)

 

 

Organization

Department of Modern History, University of Pécs

Committee of PhD-Students, University of Pécs

116166 NRDIO-Research Group, Hungarian National Archives

Institute of Austrian Historical Research, University of Vienna

Department of History, University of Salzburg

Venue

6 Ifjúság útja, H-7624 Pécs Building A, 2nd Floor

  

Contact:

forgo.andras@pte.hu

Esemény dátuma: 
2018. szeptember 17. 09:00 - 2018. szeptember 18. 14:00
Esemény helyszíne: 
6 Ifjúság útja, H-7624 Pécs Building A, 2nd Floor
Kapcsolattartó: 
Dr. Forgó András
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