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Friday, 14 July, 2006
Saturday, 15 July
Sunday, 16 July
Monday, 17 July
Tuesday, 18 July
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CONFERENCE / WORKSHOP
July 14-18, 2006


Texts to Read and Texts to Preach: Medieval Sermons for Private Reading and Public Dissemination


Piliscsaba–Budapest (Hungary)

 

Organisier(s):
Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Piliscsaba - Medieval Studies Department, CEU, Budapest -International Medieval Sermon Studies Society

Contact person(s):
Otto Gecser

E-mail:
ogecser@colbud.hu/mphgeo01@phd.ceu.hu


The aim of the 15th Symposium of the International Medieval Sermon Studies Society is to confront various approaches to the study of reading and preaching (reading as interpretation vs. reading as performance; sermon as text vs. preaching as event; author/preacher-centered vs. reader/listener-centered lines of inquiry etc.) by examining the concepts of “publicness” and privacy in the Middle Ages. The topic is conceived broadly so as to encompass a wide range of disciplines, perspectives and languages, and to address the different manifestations of the public/private dichotomy in both the field of sermon studies and the two interrelated functions of preaching and reading.

Friday, 14 July, 2006


Venue: Stephaneum, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Piliscsaba


Arrival, registration from 14:00 pm


19:00 pm
Greetings, opening of the symposium
Keynote lecture:
Gloria CIGMAN, founder of IMSSS (University of Warwick): Lollard Preaching: The Eyes and Ears of the Mind


Reception




Saturday, 15 July


Venue: Stephaneum, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Piliscsaba


9:00–10:30 am
Panel I, chaired by Carolyn MUESSIG


Holly JOHNSON (Mississippi State University): Hearing Sermons, Seeing Images: Private Meditation as Public Event

Kimberly RIVERS (University of Wisconsin): From Private Meditation to Public Sermon: Changing Attitudes toward Mental Imagery and the Imagination

Thom MERTENS (Universiteit Antwerpen): Private Revelation and Public Relevance in the Middle Dutch Sermon Cycle "Jhesus collacien"

10:30–10:45 am - Discussion


10:45–11:15 am - Pause




11:15–12:15 am
Panel II, chaired by Carlo DELCORNO



Rosa Maria DESSI (Université de Nice): Les laudes entre dévotion individuelle, prédication et religion civique

Federico BOTANA (Courtauld Institute): From Words to Deeds: the Works of Mercy in MS Magliabechiano II.VI.16.

12:15–12:30 pm - Discussion


12:45 pm - Lunch break




14:15–15:15 pm
Panel III, chaired by Carla CASAGRANDE



Marinus Burcht PRANGER (Universiteit van Amsterdam): The Persona of the Preacher in Bernard of Clairvaux: Public or Private?

János BARTKÓ (Veszprém): Une technique exégétique au service de la prédication: les 'distinctiones' dans les sermons des évangiles de Hugues de Saint-Cher

15:15–15:30 - Discussion


15:30-16:00 - Pause




16:00–17:00
Panel IV, chaired by George P. FERZOCO



Yuichi AKAE (Chuo University, Tokyo): The Concept of Sign in the Novum opus dominicale of John Waldeby OESA

György GALAMB (University of Szeged): Sermo et reportatio. Le cas de Jacques de la Marche

17:00–17:15 - Discussion




Sunday, 16 July


9:00 am
Excursion to Esztergom and Visegrád



Monday, 17 July


Venue: Stephaneum, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Piliscsaba



9:30–10:30 am
Panel V, chaired by Monica HEDLUND



Ralf M. W. STAMMBERGER (Hugo von Sankt Viktor Institut): Liber sermonum Hugonis

András VIZKELETY (Budapest, Hung. Acad. of Sciences): Zur Typologie spätmittel-alterlicher Sermoneshandschriften

10:30–10:40 am - Discussion


10:40–11:10 am - Pause



11:10–12.30 Business Meeting of the International Medieval Sermon Studies Society


12:45 am - Lunch break



14:15–15:45 pm Workshop


Stephan BORGEHAMMAR (Lund Universitet): Early Printed Sermons for Readers and Preachers

15:45–16:15 pm - Pause



16:15–17:00 pm
Panel VI, chaired by Franco MORENZONI



New media for sermons to read (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Sermones compilati Atelier):

Ildikó BÁRCZI: L'édition électronique des sermons de Pelbartus de Themeswar

Flóra RAJHONA – Nóra SÁPI: Hagiography, Liturgy and Science in Pelbartus de Themeswar’s Sermons

17:00–18:30 pm Presentation of posters


19:00 pm - Dinner - Chamber music concert




Tuesday, 18 July


Venue: Auditorium, Central European University
Nádor u. 9. 1051 Budapest



10:00–11:15 am
Panel VII, chaired by Laura GAFFURI
(Fifteen-minute papers by post-docs and PhD students)



Vicky BRISTOW, (University of Nottingham): Anglo-Saxon Homiletic (Con)Texts: Towards an Understanding of Performance

Attila GYÖRKÖS (University of Debrecen): Formes de rédaction des récits narratifs dans un manuscrit français du 15e siècle

Stanislava KUZMOVA (Budapest, CEU): Saint Stanislaus of Cracow: Hagiography - Sermon Texts - Preaching

András NÉMETH (Budapest, CEU): Teaching, Learning, and Preaching in a Fifteenth-Century Rhyming Decalogue

Dagmara WÓJCIK (Krakow): Le recueil de sermons modèles de Martinus Polonus et ses adaptations

11:15–11:30 am - Discussion


11:30–12 - Pause



12–12:40
Public lecture chaired by Gábor KLANICZAY


Lina BOLZONI (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa): The Images of Memory in the Italian Preaching (14th-15th centuries)


12:40–13:00
Anne THAYER (Lancaster Theological Seminary): Conclusion


13:00 pm - Reception


14:00 pm - Budapest sightseeing / Departure



Posters


ÁDÁM Edina, BATA Sarolta, SZÉP Eszter, RADÓ Cecília (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Sermones compilati):
The Use and Interpretation of Sources in the Sermons of the Érdy Codex

BAKONYI Dóra, KŐRÖS Kata (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Sermones compilati):
Aligning Old Hungarian religious texts with their Latin sources. Lexical search possibilities in Old Hungarian texts

BISIO, Giorgia (Università di Ferrara):
Exempla à prêcher, exempla à lire

BRACHA, Krzysztof (Kielce, Akademia Swiętokrzyska):
Der Predigerkodex als Pastoralhandbuch

CORBARI, Eliana (University of Bristol):
Reception and Dissemination of Dominican Preaching in Florence in the Late Middle Ages

DUCOLOMB, Lydie (Lyon, CIHAM):
Du récit biblique à l’exemplum biblique

FEUNETTE, Celine (Genève, MüBiSch):
An Analysies of the Relationship between Orality-Visuality and Writing in Medieval Sermons

FONTANA, Emanuele (Università di Padova):
Le recueil de sermons attribué à Lucas lector de Padua OMin

HEVELONE, Suzanne (USA Chestnut Hill, Boston College):
Examining Saints’ Lives and Sermons: Jacobus de Voragine on Mary Magdalene and Peter Martyr

HORVÁTH Hajnalka, KERTÉSZ Balázs (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Sermones compilati):
Traces of the Historical Interest in the Sermon literature of the Late Middle Ages in Hungary

SPIERALSKA, Beata (Siedlce, Akademia Podlaska):
Les sermons attribués à Maurice de Sully

TÓTH Péter (Budapest, University Library):
Dramatic Sermons: History and Perspectives of a Long-Lived Tradition. The Case of the Annunciation

ZAJCHOWSKA, Anna (Kraków, University):
Johannes Frankenstein (+1446) and his Sermones ad Clerum



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